Summary: I've had this model phone for quite a few years off and on. I find it best suited for my needs, simple picture taking, text and talking. My son and I both have the same model and for those who do not wish to be connected 24/7 with a smartphone, this is a great alternative. The Bluetooth works great with my car (2012 Ford Fiesta with Sync), however, with this older technology, you cannot sync your address book with the system; not a big deal though as not many calls are...
Summary: I like that you can open it two ways. One for answering as a phone and the other for texting. It is easy to use and understanding functions is very easy to do. I really like the alias 2 phone very much.
Summary: These really are great phones, both in size and functionality.Smart phones are too big and uncomfortable as phones and many of us don't need phones that double as limited use computers. I, for one, don't need to check my Facebook or Twitter constantly throughout the day. The clever design of this model is great for texting and opens to a comfortable, ergonomic phone. Yes, phone. Very nice indeed.
Excerpt: This phone has a lot of cool features, the best being able to flip from a phone to a computer keyboard. The keypad changes from qwerty to numerical to symbols. It does have internet access, but is somewhat limited as I often get error messages stating "page too large to display", etc. Texting is easy and has a separate button to go right to text format. The contact list is accessable for text, phone and email.
perfect size, great features, easy to use, great mp3 player
27 February 2013
Excerpt: I love the compact size. At first I thought the small keyboard would be a hassle but really isn't. The mp3 player sounds great, especially with headphones on. The camera works quite well but it doesn't have zoom capability which would be nice.