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: the 3g network drops calls and doesnt send texts OFTEN. that's annoying. i doubt it has something to do with where i live (i live in the middle of chicago). this problem can be solved by switching it to 2g, but that kinda defeats the purpose of it right? the screen cannot be read in the sunlight.
Summary: I bought this phone for my 12 year old and while it does work, she complains of it freezing at times. Mostly while using apps. There also isn't a lot of memory on the phone so having a SD card is a must (it comes with one, but if it gets to full, you need to buy a new one or delete things off the...
Summary: I have to preface this with the comment that I have stupid thumbs. They just do not like to hit the right key on the tiny keyboard and I misspell things a lot when I text. I have to text slowly when I really want to type at speed. But I attribute that to human error.
Summary: I have this phone for five months. I bought it for $119. I preferred to pay for a sophisticated camera and a good navigator and have an entry-level phone. Cons: limited internal memory storage(<200 MB) which limits the number of apps you can install, a bad camera (cannot scan one-dimensional Bar...
Summary: PROS: Touchscreen, low price. CONS: Battery life. Bought this phone to replace my old Blackberry, which was about the same size. I was looking for an inexpensive introduction to the Android experience, and the Dart seemed to fit the bill.
Summary: I bought this phone on Feb 1, and have had a few issues with it, most of which have either been resolved, or I have learned to accept. The first thing I noticed when turning the phone on (and off) is T-Mobile's "Stick Together" animation that appears and has the audio level set so loud that it...
Summary: Everything is fine, good value, but terrible battery. Is it possible to substitute another battery, does anyone know? I'd be glad to pay extra for an OEM battery that lasts more than a ridiculous half a day.