Summary: Downgrading from Samsung Galaxy S to cancel a seldom used data plan; I was looking for a phone primarily for calling, texting, playing music and taking pictures. I've been using the phone for two months now.
Summary: great looking and everything BUT the one i got was defective -.- when i slide up the screen to use the QWERTY keybaord the keys P(/),M(?), the left arrow key do not work. i am ver sad about that and when i want to use those keys i have to close my phone and use the touch screen then slide it back up...
Excerpt: I basically use my phone as a phone (duh) and an electronic dayplanner. As a phone the Rogue works fine, which is why I finally had to give up on my Palm device. As a dayplanner, the Rogue is pretty much the worst possible option available.
Excerpt: I got this phone because verizon DOESNT LET YOU buy a smartphone without the $30 data plan. I could only get the $10 data plan and was stuck with this piece of crap. Every 6 months verizon changes how people get songs, ringtones, games, so even if your phone is "multi media" ready, it will be...
Pros: decent keyboard, decent display, internet (barely)
Cons: freezes, slow, battery life, internet sucks, multimedia sucks
Excerpt: This phone isnt that great. it was okay for the first few months but im getting bored of it. theres nothing really special about it. it turns off with no warning. i had to but a second battery of ebay because it wouldnt even last through the day.
Pros: a big screen
Cons: turns off alot, frezzes, wedges, butons on keypad get stuck
Excerpt: I got this phone last September and out of the box it worked great. Then after about a month it started to freeze, shut off, vibrate uncontrolably, and the screen would just go crazy. So I went to a Verizon store to get a new one and they shipped it to me.