Summary: The phone goes very, very slow. Must of the time I have to have till 5 sec to go Home. When the phone is blocked and I try to get access to any app, it takes at least 5 sec to validate the pass.
Excerpt: The most expensive and easily the worst phone I have ever had. Have had to have it exchanged three times in four months because it keeps failing. Overly sensitive when you don't want it to be - no sensitivity when you want to actually use it.
Summary: I normally don't write reviews, but this phone is so horrible I must. I was led astray by the various glowing reviews I had seen here, and needed to replace my horrible Motorola Defy, and this seemed like the perfect fit. Unfortunately, this new phone is almost worst than the Defy was.
Summary: Based off of previous experiences with Samsung products I thought this was a great deal, boy was I wrong. The phone constantly shuts off and repeatedly freezes. I don't believe the phone has enough RAM to support many high end games/apps available in the Android or Amazon Market.
Summary: Pros: Cheaper than iPhone. Call quality - not spectacular, but it usually works. Pretty good camera. No contract. Unlimited voice, text, and data with a prepaid T-Mobile plan. Cons: Sluggish keyboard response, especially in Facebook and text messaging.
Summary: This phone had a 4 star rating at the time I purchased it and I relied heavily on that. I received this on a Friday and by Wednesday it was back in the box ready to be returned. First off, as soon as I held it in my hand I felt the lack of quality in the build.
Summary: I am using it with T-mobile monthly4G $30 for 100 min and unlimited (5GB) data. My wife has Virgin mobile LG Optimus V with $35 or $25 (price increased last year, but previous subscribers still pay $25) / month no contract for 300 min and unlimited (2GB) 3G data. Pros.