Excerpt: Another thing she liked was that it was easy to navigate the menus of this phone and there is a camcorder on the phone which shoots very detailed photos. This phone also has a stereo speaker which will play your Windows Media files which you can store on your phone. You can also adjust it with the click wheel which made it a lot easier for her to control and use the phone. She loves the phone because it works well and looks good but the features are pretty limited.
The SPH-i325 is a complete, reliable, dual-band phone for the casual user
27 September 2011
Summary: I've had this phone for over 3 years now, and believe it or not, the SPH-i325 was built pretty damn well! I've never experienced issues with dropped calls (unless I'm in a typical 'dead zone' area); battery life lasts all day, even a couple of days without charging (then again I'm not one to babble all day); I'm able to access various email accounts, send & receive text messages setup calendar reminders, and can also access the web, granted only for brief searches or...
Summary: Very reliable and simple phone to use and to navigate the functions. Super clear sound and volume quality. Pairs up super easy with a variety of bluetooth headsets. Great phone to have if you don't need alot of bells and whistles.
Summary: Nexus S is the first phone to run Gingerbread, the fastest Android yet. There’s a black notification bar that’s easier to read and an on-screen keyboard with multi-touch. copying and pasting text is easier. Nexus S can function as a Wi-Fi hotspot for up to six portable devices. Nice outdoor view.
Summary: Although the touch experience isn't the same as its competitor, it's fairly close, and the freedom it additionally provides surpass this fact by far. The battery life is reasonable for a smartphone, lasts a day with 3G turned on the whole time.
Summary: Awesome phone! Changed my iPhone 4 for this one and it's awesome. Has Flash! :D Wooooh. I would recommend it to anyone. Note also that it works on the Videotron Network in Quebec, which is awesome, and a lot better than the Nexus One :)
Summary: Nexus One was and still is an excellent phone, appart the screen. Nexus S is a good phone, but why take out the external charge light? Or the trackball that indicated new messages and missed calls? Seems as manufacturers go 2 steps forward and one back regularly, shame. Otherwise I by far prefer it to iPhone 4 ;-) Even though I'm a Mac user, maybe girls do prefer iPhones and men Android . . . . !
Summary: I've had an Ace for almost 2 years I've got 2 issues. First is that if you get/miss a call or text while the phone is in the "sleep" mode, there is no way to know it unless you physically hit one of the keys. There is no external led lite or anything to let you know that you've missed a call. Other phones I've had have a beep, vibrate or blinking lite to indicate a missed call or text.