My first Smart Phone - inexpensive and easy to use
Timothy G. Holtz, Amazon
27 October 2013
Summary: This is my first smart phone. It’s replacing my eight year old Motorola V195s, (which weighs a bit more than this phone, and is somewhat more clunky) as my primary phone, with the Motorola becoming my “backup phone”. The Motorola still works fine, but the battery charge now only holds a couple days.
Excerpt: Disclaimer: Been using this phone for about a year now. Starting with call quality... it's actually surprisingly decent for a low-end, same goes for build quality. The reception is actually great, which left me surprised.
Pros: Reception is outstanding., Above average build quality for a low-end.
Summary: I bought this to have a cellphone while traveling in Europe. For that purpose, it's perfect because the phone is smaller and lighter than newer phones. The camera is decent, good for snapshots.
Summary: Worked ok with t mobile. Did its job for about 6 months and then I could'nt get signal constantly. Bad for texting cuz its so small and im petite! Its a 3g phone but I wasnt able to get or feel like I had a 3g phone.
Summary: This phone was too small to see anything and it kept dropping the calls in Costa Rica. The cheaper one I bought was better at reception. I bought this hoping to use the smart part but it was hard to see the print.