Reviews and Problems with Samsung Alias 2 / Zeal / U750
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I love this phone
Gregory Neidert, Amazon
9 May 2014
Summary: I love cell phones that are just phones - smart phones are just not for me. ...This is the best cell phone I've owned, so when my original dropped and broke after 5 years of hard use, I looked to find a used one on Amazon. I found this. It was promised and delivered as NIB. I would deal with this company again in a minute. If you just want a cell phone that is a cell phone, I highly recommend the Samsung Alias 2 U750 purchased from this organization.
Summary: This phone is starting to feel it's age, but still does the job. I use it on a prepaid service and it works fine for that. I purchased it for the unique keyboard/dialpad that switches depending on how the phone is opened (either flipped to the side or to the top). It is a well-built phone, but is lacking some features of current phones, like a touch screen.
Summary: This is a great phone. It put the mic's where they are needed to hear and be heard clearly. VERY rugged and the keyboard for texting is quick and easy to use. Camera is OK. Can't say enough good things about it!
Summary: I had one of these until upgrading to a new touch screen phone. I was sorry I upgraded, and ordered this refurbished model of my old phone. I love it... no more butt calls, mis-touched screens, and other errant functions like on the new phone. This one even came with the extended life battery. I'm really happy with it even though it's not cutting edge technology.
Summary: I bought this as I liked my first one so well, I wanted another..I use only for calling, some texting with easy large button keyboard, some pix/videos. Didn't need a phone for email/internet. This Samsung is an extremely durable phone. I've dropped my original alot and it just keeps performing. I wanted a fresh new one, so bought this one. This is just another version of the Zeal I have. For the money I got an extra battery as well.
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.