Great phone, definitely good for someone who texts a lot. Good value for $.
10 December 2012
Summary: This is a good non smart phone for someone who wants to text but isn't really worried about navigation on the internet. It's cabable but a little hard to get to. Great phone. My 76 year old mother loves hers!
Summary: My husband has one and I just purchased one for a friend of mine who tends to be very hard on phones. They are very well made and feel solid in your hand. The menu is easy to navigate through and entering contacts via the qwerty board couldn't be simpler. The qwerty keys are well spaced and feel solid during input. Perfect for texters. If you add a micro SD card, you don't need to shut off the phone and remove the battery.
Summary: This Is a great phone for under $40.it's simple,basic and just easy to use.it reminds me of the us cellular version or boost mobile querty keyboard phone.this isn't great for Internet use as the screen is small.overall I'm happy with it plus I looove the color
Summary: I purchased this device on behalf of a friend who is a T-mobile customer. For him, it was an upgrade from the Samsung Gravity 2. All in all, he is delighted - particularly with the fact that he gets a feature-rich phone without having to spend more monthly. The phone has a great build quality to it - great to the touch, helpful vibrate feedback, and a responsive touchscreen. It has design elements adapted from the features of cutting-edge smartphones.
Summary: I have been sold on Samsung for reliability for a few years now but, remember you get what you pay for with anything. I replaced my Samsung Highlight with the Gravity Touch simply because of the full Qwerty slider. Although the Highligh has slightly better photo quality I find the Gravity Touch more user friendly for large hands. My wife took the Highlight replacing her old 409 flip and is quite happy also.