Summary: I'm not a huge phone user, but I bought this phone nearly two years ago, dropped it loads of times, covered in motor oil and grease, been everywhere, and it just won't stop working while other phones only seem to last half the time before glitches. A very rugged phone and I expect it to last another year.
Summary: Well, I needed yet another replacement phone, so I got this from one of those mobile phone recycling boxes by just sticking my hand in. Lucky dip really. Works like it should, has a decent enough camera, 54mb is enough for a few songs and about 100 photos.
Pros: Cheap (could free be cheaper?), Works how it should, has exactly the features I need.
Cons: Is a bit slow and clunky, but I love the physical design and features so I love it anyway
Summary: Entry level phone. How much can you expect to get from a cheap phone? The phone is hardy, reliable and allows personalisation. Great reception with Next G. If you want a phone for calls, messaging and organisation (easy to connect to computer), look no further. Want a camera? Games? Fancy? MP3 player? Internet? Look elsewhere. And what's the matter with a bit of retro? ...
Pros: Reliable, small, loud ring, Large Keypad letters, Calendar, Reception, Price
Summary: This phone really is a case of "you get what you pay for", my LG TU500 started to fail on me so my gf bought me this as a replacement, it does an ok job plus the battery lasts longer than in any phone I've ever had, however it "forgets" keys when you start typing out a txt message and lags before the letters show up on the screen, it also takes forever to load up properly after you enter your pin, then it takes yet another eternity to open your contacts list after boot,...
Pros: Great Firmware, Battery Life
Cons: Glitchy when texting quickly, slow to boot after pin entry, slow reading sim, annoyingly colorful theme, slow CPU, no microSD