Excerpt: I've had this phone for about a year and a half now. Overall, its probably the best phone I've had, relatively speaking. It is my first real phone. The qwerty keyboard is great and is a decent size. Also, the touch screen interaction is great for just about everything.
Pros: Great display., Nice qwerty keyboard, Responsive Touch screen
Cons: Short battery life., Phone stopped vibrating., Battery could not be read somtimes.
Summary: Absolutely love this phone so far! I got it to replace my LG Cosmos Touch which had already been replaced 3 times in the 12 months i'd had it (warranty finally ran out). I had to activate the 75MB data ($9.95/mo), but it's totally worth it!
Summary: With the advancement of technology, people continue to look to the most popular phones that are capable of doing functions that are completely mind blowing. Who would have ever imagined technology would allow us to unfold a minicomputer from out of our back jean pocket?
Summary: This is a decent phone that has widgets that get you on the internet. It is one of the last phones to not have that mandatory 30 dollar data package that makes your cellphone bill sky high.....
Summary: This was for our son and he loves it. He especially likes the touch screen along with the flip out keypad. We've only had it since Christmas but so far, so good. We did have trouble syncing his contacts. Haven't figured that one out yet.
Summary: As a comparison to the Samsung Rogue I have an LG env3 that I've been using for the past several months and consider about the best phone I've ever had. I had a chance to try out the Rogue for about three weeks and like it nearly as much as the env3. Pros The screen is clear and bright.
Summary: Overall, I really like this phone! It's just that it's an older phone, so it's kinda out of date. The touchscreen is sorta hard to press at first, especially compared to modern smartphones. But after a while of use it's not bad!