Summary: Didn't realize when it was purchased that (Metro PCS) means that it is from a phone company in the southeast. Not supported in Vermont. Could not be "unlocked". A lot of hassle before found out what the problem was - Thank you Verizon in Burlington, VT for the explanation and help even if not your equipment. If you're not from the Metro PCS area you wouldn't know what it means. Should have been stated clearly in the description.
Summary: I have owned many Motorola, LG and Samsung phones/smartphones. This phone is a SUPER SUPER entry level smartphone. Runs well on jelly bean. 4G capable. Memory is only 1gb. Screen size is about 3 inches. Why 3 stars? The battery. The battery on this phone is useless. How useless? You can charge the phone/battery for about 4-6 hours and the talk-time/use-time is only 2-3 hours MAX. I WON'T RECOMMEND THIS PHONE.
Summary: I find it so very hard to believe this is a dual core phone. I found myself looking at a blank white screen more often than not as the phone stuggled to process whatever task I had given it. This thing is SLOW SLOW SLOW. There's a reason MetroPCS is practically giving it away for $29.
Summary: Cute, but not so functional for some consumers. As a first entry smartphone geared mainly towards your talk and texting needs this phone works. As a smartphone for a social butterfly or anyone interested in the download and use of apps such as facebook, instagram, twitter, banking apps, etc. this phone is useless. It has 1G of storage which might be virtually gone with updates and all, and tons of bloatware that took the rest of the storage.
Summary: Pros: Good Processor speed 720p HD Recording RAM is OK , Rear camera is OK 4G Capable Cons: Internal memory sucks only 1.5 GB, before you blink it's filled. Battery Life sucks (even with Power Saving mode enabled) Move to SD Card not supported (as expected after all it runs Android Jellybean 4.1.2) Starts giving problems after about 5 months of use, it no longer vibrates. That's my opinion.