Excerpt: I have had the Samsung Gravity for 5 years and I would have to say it i(for how it has served me and continues to do so) is one of the best buys I have ever made. Yeah it's a feature (dumb) phone but I care not as it gets the job done as a down and dirty dependable, glamourless, phone.
Excerpt: This was the last phone I owned before converting to smart phones. Personally, I did not have an issue with it. It had an easy to use interface with lots of settings for customization. The full pull out keyboard was nice and helped make texting much easier than on most slide or flip phones.
Pros: full keyboard, easy and simple, fits in pocket, graet first-time phone, cute white and blue color
Cons: plastic cheap feeling, small display, no 4g, small pixel camera, not a smartphone
Excerpt: Ok well I got this phone I thought at first I was not going to like it but I love it!!! I've read about horrible battery life and everything..this is very untrue. I get up for work around 6 in the morning and dont get home until 5 or later and the phone has over half charge left.
Pros: Custom Ringtones, Long Battery Life, Face keys, Bluetooth, Picks up service fairly well
Cons: Just a little bulky, No Custom Message tones
Excerpt: So I got my Gravity 2 in December. I absolutely loved it. It had to be replaced. The screen started to act funny. Then I turned it off and them back on. And the phone would not come on at all. I love Samsung phones but I am not impressed by this one.
Pros: Easy to use great little keyboard, and very stylish.
Excerpt: I love my Gravity 2 but lately it's started going fuzzy, half the screen will look like a TV channel that doesn't come in. Sometimes the whole screen will go fuzzy. When it comes back, sometimes the display will be backwards like I'm looking at it through a mirror.
Pros: Visually appealing, Fun features
Cons: fuzzy screen issues, can't get pictures to show up full screen
Excerpt: I've been with T-Mobile for a long time, and after a year of uncomfortable texting on a Motorola phone that was similar to a Razr, I wanted a full QWERTY keyboard. Well, I obviously did NOT want a BlackBerry -- it's too businessesque (if thats a word) for my taste and was really intended for email...
Pros: QWERTY keyboard - its always just good to have, No mechanical issues - it NEVER had issues like shutting off or buttons not working, Good enough call quality
Cons: Cramped QWERTY keyboard, Awful battery life, No real customization
Excerpt: I have had this phone for a good 6 months now. It is a pretty great phone and like with all phones there are some problems. First off I do not recomend anyone getting a white phone, they are horrible. I have never had a phone scratch so easy & it always has dinks in the screen.
Pros: QWERTY keypad, Good Camera, Great Sound Quality, Fantastic for texting
Cons: Short Battery Life, Scratches Easy, A little bulky
Excerpt: I just got this phone and it is awesome!! The keyboard is fantastic!! It light weight and cool loooking!! i txt all the time and this phone is for me!! the battery life aonlt last for about 6 hours. But who creas i totally recomend this phone!!
Excerpt: Just got this phone. It is cool, however there are some cons, like the send buttons on the edges if the qwerty keyboard, and how small the actual qwerty keyboard is. I also dont like how the buttons are almost completely flush with the rest.
Pros: QWERTY keyboard, BLuetooth, Multimedia messaging including voice, picture, and video
Cons: Battery last only about a day, bad button placements on qwerty keyboard