Summary: For those who want an easy, Qwerty, texting phone (& not a smartphone) this will work just fine. Calls are in good quality & texting is much easier on this phone than any other previous phone I had. The BREW OS handles things reasonably well, though not nearly as full features as Android or even Blackberry. There are some games (limited) & picture taking with the push of a side-mounted button.
Summary: I really like the phone because I am not a technological person and it is easy to use. I wanted a cellphone not completely touch but comfortable to use the keys. I will consider to buy another one in the future.
Excerpt: This really isnt a bad little phone. I downgraded from a smartphone (LG Genesis) and found I like this feature phone much better. The size is perfect. Screen touch response and sensitivity is good. Features are good. Granted, it doesnt do everything under the sun as most smartphones do, but it wasnt designed to do so. So if you want basic simplicity without major limitations, this is a good phone to have.
Pros: Size with good basic functionality
Cons: For a feature phone, no cons that I can see.
Pros: Touch screen and keyboard. Tons of apps. Easy to use. Good size buttons for us acrylic nail wearing ladies. Super cute and compact but not Zoolander compact ;) GREAT pic quality and great reception (compared to the last samsung I had that had the worst ev
Cons: Again, not a techy so I am struggling to figure out how to set ring tones and the quick start manuals directions are not working but I just got it yesterday so I'll figure it out. Other part I don't really care for is texting via the touch screen. Too man