Summary: I've used it for few months then suddenly could not be switched on due to motherboard defect .This issue is common ,I've serached for this problem in internet, I found many phone owners complain the same issue. I advice you " Don't buy this phone"
Summary: I bought this item two weeks ago. I was so happy about the price and also was really liking the features and the user friendliness. I wanted to say that this android phone was one of the best of its kind. It was easy to navigate to intended features/pages with little guidance.
Summary: This phone is not what I thought it would be, the features are very basic and limited. My old android did more than this phone. the reception is horrible, although the appearance is nice it basically stops at that.
Summary: This phone is an absolute peice of garbage. BE WISE AND DO NOT BUY. Everything on it is glitchy and prone to failure. Recently, the power button stopped working and I'm now going to have to purchase a new phone. Check the forum threads, this is not an uncommon issue.
I guess new doesn't mean new anymore. Or has the definition changed?
Amazon Customer, Amazon
3 January 2013
Summary: Let me begin by saying this not a review of the phone. I can't review the phone since I returned it the next day, never even attempting to use it. My rating reflects my experience with the seller, HP Wireless. One star is too high, but that's the minimum possible. The phone was advertised as new.
Summary: Beautiful telephone, outstanding operating system, huge apps selection. A telephone with a battery that dies in less than three hours without being in use is useless as a portable telephone; that's a shame. I unplugged the phone from the charger fully charged at seven AM.
Summary: The phone is no new, it is refurbished. And the seller should state this fact clearly. Missing: 1. Original box. 2. Headphones. 3. Nexus S comes with 1500 mAh battery, while this phone has 1440 mAh battery. The phone needs to be constantly recharged.