Excerpt: This is a good phone for text capability and talking. The microphone is loud and clear especially when you put it on whisper mode which I discovered is for quiet settings, like the library. For texting the phone is perfectly capable of creating quick texts and there are lots …
Excerpt: I've had this phone for almost 2 years now. it'll be 2 in february, but anyway... let me say this, the phone is great for texting, but occasionally it has 1 or 2 teeny slip ups while texting, they aren't really even that noticeable, one is sometimes when you know you hit a key twice, it only...
Pros: Keypad, Durable, Slim, Battery Life
Cons: No custon txt tones, Feels flimsy(it isn't, but it just feels that way), Haunted keypad
Summary: the phone works perfectly fine. I came in a box with instructions. Everything was new(with the clear protection stickers) The phone has t-mobile on its screen, but that isn't a issue. You have to buy your own memory card if you want the extra memory.
Summary: Purchased the Blast to replace the Gravity phone I bought less than a year ago. The Gravity phone's touch screen would not work properly if I got even mildly sweaty or if it is raining making the phone not usable.
Summary: This phone is great for the price. Has good sound quality on songs and while on the phone. Microphone is good too.this phone feels solid and doesn't feel loss when the sliding motions yup and down. And love the design of this phone as well.
Summary: I bought this phone for my son. It says it has a Querty keyboard. This keyboard is terrible. Each letter does not have its own key, instead its much like using a regular number pad. Very cheap. If you want an inexpensive phone that doesn't do much and you don't ever text, it might work for you.
Summary: I purchased this phone back in 2007, and it lasted me for 3 years, and its still alive, at the time period this was a cool little innovated phone, it was not very expensive, and other then the black berry and side kick this was the closest thing you were going to get for a qwerty style keyboard...
Summary: I downgraded, I found I have no actual need for a smartphone. And I hate the touchscreen, I found. I digress....Bought this the end of August 2011, after lots of looking and research and Cnet reviews among others. I really like it a lot. It is cute and compact and does what I need.
Summary: I purchased this phone to replace one just like it. Appreciate the price and it arrived in a timely manner. It's the phone itself. I need to upgrade and get a phone where I don't have to press the screen (wears out) - maybe a flip phone. Or even get into the more modern phones