Summary: I like my soltice II the only problems I ahve had with it so far is sim cards I have had it replaced 5 times in less than a yr and text on the touch screen with big fingers I finally bought a stylus which has made a big dif since I dont have to keep trying to type words and eraseing them due to mispelling them
Summary: This phone provides a limited amount of apps, which is great for someone who doesn't use a lot of apps anyway...it has the ability to add extra memory, always helpful, and it is a touchscreen...good stuff!
Summary: I'll presume Amazon was simply misinformed about this; the Solstice II is actually a "Quick-Messaging" Phone. Soon after I got this phone from AT&T, I looked at their site & a customer review titled "PRETTY SMART FOR NOT BEING A 'SMARTPHONE'", and I'm fairly inclined to agree. This kind is not the most practical for using the web(even per AT&T reps), but more for texting.
Midrange phone that offers good value if u can look past few inconveniences
5 July 2012
Summary: Positive side: The compact Samsung Solstice II has well-rounded features, a responsive touch screen, and good photo quality from its 2-megapixel camera. Negative side: Samsung's Solstice II has a cheap-feeling chassis, the microSD card slot is located inconveniently behind the back cover, and there's no dedicated headphone jack. All in all it's just an ok phone for everyday use.