Summary: Do not buy this phone. This is the worst phones I've had. The operating system freezes very often. And the capacity of reception is very limited. It has very good features, but they fail very often.
Summary: Totally disappointing, I was looking for an android phone but for my surprise I bought a really bad item, the system continously crashes down, I've installed some apps to try fixing the problem but nothing yet, try to find a contact as simple as that and I just can't because a message that says Initializing, try later... come on!!! I can't just get along with it anymore. It is a shame because the telephone looks pretty good but it's not enough. Bad for this cellphone.
Summary: ***PROS: 1. Cute and stylish 2. Camera takes bright pictures ***CONS: 1. You can't set your own personalized ringtones for each contact. 2. The phone freezes and is very slow. 3. The dialer buttons pauses when calling voicemail. 4. Most pictures that are forwarded from others cannot be saved. 5. There is no calculator on the phone. 6. The battery life is HORRIBLE. 7. Doesn't have the capability to preset email messages. 8. The keyboard is very small.
Summary: I was really excited to get my first Android phone back in February. At that time the MyTouch and Motorola Cliq were the two biggest competitors. I decided to go with the Behold 2 because my four previous phones were made by Samsung. That was a big mistake. I was impressed with the screen, however, I wasn't too fond of much else. At first, without any apps, the phone loaded and restarted relatively quickly.
Summary: I was duped into buying this phone by Tmo. It was my own fault. I read all the reviews, stating that the software was bloated, with little customization and resources. My local Tmo rep said over and over that it would receive the eclair update fixing most of the problems. It has very little room for applications, forcing you to delete one to add another. The battery life is horrendous. This device can use more power then you can put into it.
Summary: Samsung should have stuck with the regular Android interface. Instead they layered it with a slow, sluggish "Touchwiz" interface that adds little but a gimmick, and causes problems. It's the Android equivalent of Windows Vista, resource intensive and sloppy. Lots of crashes and lockups with programs from the Android market. Programs that work fine on my Motorola Droid.