Quick and compact android. Great for 3G phone plans like Tracfone/Page Plus
12 June 2014
Summary: A great little android that can works well with the Tracfone's BYOP plan. For a phone that came out 3 years ago, it is still very fast. It does everything I need it to and more. For someone who is not attached their phone at all times, I highly recommend it. I use it for occasional calls and GPS.
Summary: After upgrading the phone's OS to 2.2.2 (The latest and last version available to it, the product is EOL'd by Verizon), it's a decent entry-level phone. I mainly got this phone as a standalone music player through bluetooth, and it works just as well. Since I'm not planning on activating it with Verizon, I cannot vouch for the coverage or signal, but inside my house (Where I average about 1 bar on my current carrier), I usually have at least 2 ;) .
Summary: phone overall is pretty good, freezes and has unexpected errors once in a while but that comes with owning a smartphone i guess. very durible, never had an issue with the screen and i drop it out of my car almost daily, i even tossed it against my garage door from the end of the driveway to prove to a friend how durable it was.