Summary: This is a great phone...only thing I don't like is that I haven't been able to accept or send picture msgs. T-mobile hasn't been able to figure it out yet. Also the software to load media onto it only seems to work once after I install it, so every time I want to load media on it I have to uninstall and reinstall it. Otherwise it won't recognize my phone.
Summary: This phone has blackberry similarities but its only 3G. This is a good phone for people who do not want to get caught up in the android rat race. Its simple of enough to use and technologically capable to do web surfing and other hi tech things.
Comapct. Great slider feature with qwerty keypad. Easy to use. Great value.
19 April 2013
Summary: I'm so glad that I found this phone. I use a Blackberry Torch for work, but still keep a personal cell phone to stay in touch with family and friends. I don't need a lot of bells and whistles on my personal phone, so I was just using an older model samsung slider. It served the purpose, but I was spoiled by the qwerty keypad on the BB. When I used my personal cell, T9 became a chore. This little phone is a mini version of the Slider BB Torch without a touchscreen.
Summary: Had this phone for almost 3 years....accidently washed it...but was excited when I found a replacement for it. You can keep the smart phones...this phone does just what I need it to do...talk, text and take an occasional pik.
Summary: I've shunned touch phones due to a medical condition that has my hands shaking sometimes. In this day and age it is becomming harder and harder to find a good, "old-fashioned" cell phone. This phone is NOT old-fashioned in any way except not being touch or supporting 4G. For quality, Samsung is definately my choice in cell phone (also TV and BlueRay dvd player).