Summary: There is a lot to like about this phone. But there are two issues that bother me. 1. The screen size is a bit too small. 2. The main thing is the internal memory is way too small only 512mb. There are a lot of apps I would like to add but can't because I am always getting the message "memory is full". I tried moving some apps to the SD card...some could not be moved. Why I don't know.
Summary: Good phone. Very nice nice size for me. Got it at a great prize. I hate the battery life. I dont know if it is this battery because I have had Samsung phones before and will swear by them, but I wouldnt let that decide on if I wanted to purchase this phone or not.
Pros: Decent size, pretty self explanatory options on the phone. Cute icons. Like "some" of the touch screen features like swiping but not for texting or dialing.
Cons: I noticed this phone has a couple of issues that I can't seem to get to work out. First, I added numbers to my one-touch dialing but when you are in another window or application and hit back too many times, it also undoes the one-touch dialing settings.
Excerpt: This phone isn't the fastest, prettiest, or most feature-rich phone out there. It does what it should though, its an android, and can run MOST apps somewhat decently. The small screen and the very very low quality camera are fairly annoying. Bar code scanning doesn't work (QR codes do however) because of the poor quality of the camera. The camera has no flash, and no autofocus. It IS durable however, I drop my phone quite a bit and it hasn't had any issues from it.
Excerpt: The Dart smartphone from Samsung is available to both contract and prepaid plansCompared to other T-Mobile smartphones available, this was one of the most affordable. However, as a result of this, there are several setbacks. I have owned my Samsung Dart for 4 months and so far I have been satisfied with my purchase, but have definitely notice things that other phones do better.
Excerpt: Decent android smartphone device for t-mobile. I had it for use with the prepaid service. Voice quality is great and can do all your basic android apps. Anything more complex or any types of games will really bog the phone down. It uses an older version of android, which is 2.2 and doesn't provide an update to my knowledge. The phone also is limited to 3g so no 4g data. With that being said it really should be used for those who won't be using the internet as much.
Excerpt: I was in the market for a new phone and wanted something affordable. I'd been wanting a smartphone for awhile but wasn't really looking to pay that much. The Dart was the perfect step! It worked decently and would be perfect for someone wanting something on the cheaper end. (I have since upgraded again though and gotten something a bit faster and more reliable.