Summary: Probably the worst phone ever! Problems started about the 2nd month I got the phone. Constant problems from the touch buttons just going off when they wanted to which made it hard to browse the web and play games. They sent me 3 replacement phones and I had a problem with each one.
Summary: It's was a great product for it's time, I only bought our to replace one that went need worth the charger and charging port. (three years ago). The changing port goes bad too easily, and it always seems to destroy the chargers with it. I don't know how many chargers I weren't through with th S2.
Excerpt: Let me first start off with saying that I’ve had this phone since its first day of release (which was October 2nd, 2011), so there is probably nothing to it that I have yet to discover. It couldn’t really be any other way, as I’ve had over an year …
Summary: Nothing wrong with the phone but it looked gently used but when I got it I wanted a phone for boost mobile but what I got was a phone that was ment for another phone company and couldn't be transfered over
Summary: i purchased this phone a few weeks ago, and overall, this is a very great phone for all its features. i switched over from a HTC Evo 3D, and the only big issue i had was the android keyboard. the space bar is slightly smaller, and the phone doesnt know alot of commonly used words in context.
Summary: Love this phone - period! I have had this model for last 2 or 3 years. Reliable and yes functional. Unfortunately broke the screen and could not use the phone anymore. Didn't want to upgrade to S5 either(!!!). I'm glad I found it on Amazon under $70.
Summary: I was so excited when my new phone arrived. It's an older model, but it was my first smart phone. I encountered my first problem with it right off the bat, however, when I went to activate it and port my number from another provider to Straight Talk.