Summary: Firstly, the Samsung Dart has served me well over the last almost three years...that is a lot of millage on cell phone. It could probably serve me for a few more years just fine. The phone was frustrating to me because it was "just good enough" for so long that I could not justify upgrading it.
Good for a first smartphone, bad if you are a vigorous app-user/ picture taker
13 June 2014
Summary: I've had this phone for over a year now, and it was my first smartphone. At first, I was very excited to be able to finally download apps, etc. Overtime, I began to notice different pros and cons.
Summary: This phone is way overpriced for it's poor performance. For starters the screen resolution is terrible. Absolutely nothing on this phone appears sharp and clear especially texts. There are also a lot of apps that are incompatible with this phone.
Summary: What a Piece of S!@#. Can't stand it the phone is an adventure new things open up that I didn't even know was a feature on the phone. After I close it I can never find it again. Things that make you go HMM.
Summary: This was my first smart phone. I don't make a lot of calls or do much texting. Mainly I wanted it to check emails and access the web or for emergency calls. This phone's battery allows me to make about a 30-minute phone call before the battery is drained.
Summary: The only big problem with this phone is how little internal memory it has. i thought the sd card that can go up to 32 g would make up for that but most apps don't allow sd card storage. i keep running into low memory warnings whenever there's an update.
This was a birthday present for my daughter, It has never worked correctly
Amazon Customer, Amazon
30 September 2013
Summary: From day one this phone has never worked. It will not stay on. Constantly having to take the battery out to see if we can get it working again. Sometimes the power will come back on most times no. I went and purchased a OEM battery to see if that was the problem and no help.