Summary: Comes in the box with older firmware which you can easily update to latest supported Gingerbread 2.3.6 from samsung kies (software on pc) or via phone using wifi.
Pros: My first android phone and I love it. I do not use it with a data plan, mms settings can be provisioned easily so that this phone only uses internet for mms. Voice quality is great, a very neat smartphone for people that want to upgrade their dumbphones. Main reason I bought this phone is for the...
Summary: I choose this rating because the phone performances well and as promised (wifi works fine and etc.) (+1 star) What I like about this product is that it is easy to carry around with little worry, the size of it fits any pockets, and the price is decent.
Summary: el telefono llego en excelentes condiciones, llego en el tiempo previsto, estoy satisfecha con el producto. me encanta el servicio que prestaron, el producto es exactamente el que describe el vendedor
Summary: I just bought a third because I had two other ones stolen. I was thinking of trying another phone but decided I'd go with what I know and like. I actually love the phone. I used a Galaxy S for a while and thought it too big.
Pros: Mine came with Android 2.3.6 installed (aka gingerbread). No need to spend time upgrading. Also the description says 3.5 inch screen in one place and 5.-0 screen in another place. It's a 3.5 inch screen. I only expect to use this for gmail and calendar access. I have no reason to expect it to hav...
Cons: Haven't used it long enough to really tell. The case doesn't appear super durable, back cover to be specific... but it's not a high end phone so I didn't expect it to be. Comes with a spare white back cover if it is ever a problem.
Summary: This is for my daughter and she kicked in half, From 1st boot she liked it and commented over how smooth it was over her other brand phone. I asked her about it's functionality and she states that it's really simple to navigate and great pictures.
Pros: fast boot, sleek,easy memory up to 32 gb. T-Mobile from the start up
Cons: None really but wow phones cost too much (I use a 50 dollar one )