Fun to use, NonOEM battery <avg, windows int tricky. Pageplus a good de
10 February 2012
Summary: 1st the phone (Comparisons of Pageplus, T-Mobile, Puretalk and ATT later in this review.) This WINDOWS touch phone has lots of cool features for the price paid ( less than 25% of the original retail) and its been fun since its my first touch, app, 3G phone. It has some quirks such as it easily gets bumped into new settings -1 day suddenly the lock button stopped working until I redid the settings.
Summary: This phone is great in the description and versatile in your hand but once you get into this phone you will notice the internet browsers are very slow and the more you use this phone the faster it just gets very slow. The Office features are great though. Add those features with the swipe text feature and its almost a joy to write and be productive. This phone is my alarm clock for work and has never failed to go off when I tell it to.
Summary: The Phone itself is good, So the Problem is that It is CDMA ONLY (NOT GSM), I mistake buying 8 of this phones, Anyway i use it for the GPS and other functions for my mobile softwares but I was specting a GSM phone.. The specifications was not clear enoght, I was specting like Band, Processor Tipe, Operating System, Etc.
Good Windows Mobile phone, Good battery life, almost like an Android phone
19 August 2011
Summary: Good for those who know how to use a Windows Mobile phone. A step up from a Samsung Behold, but not quite an Android phone. If you go to the Market place you can get Apps kind of like you would an Android phone. I was disappointed that I couldn't transfer my contacts from my android phone to this mobile phone, even after linking my g-mail account to my windows live account.