Summary: I purchased this as a replacement to the one I already had. Was very disappointed that I could not transfer my pictures from the old one to the new one, or even to the computer. Even purchased the necessary connections to do it with, but no luck. Otherwise, it works just fine and is fairly easy to navigate.
Excerpt: First of all, I am a Virgin Mobile customer for the forseeable future. I get 200 text messages a month (talk extra) for $4.99, and that's the best price I've found anywhere. I don't like to talk anyway, and I have a phone for emergency use. So when I decided to get a camera phone, the Slash was the best option. It's a good, basic, no-frills camera phone.
Summary: I like this phone. It does what I need it to do and is not complicated. It took me a little longer tahn expected to switch the sevice from my old phone, which had something to do with this phone, but I was able to do it over the phone in less than an hour.I am not sure what else to say about this phone. i really like the flip feature on it, you really don't see that much any more.
Summary: I recently bought the Samsung Slash. It's a really awesome looking phone and takes great pictures. It's easy to use. I can't really say anything bad about it except for the ringtones and the battery life of the phone. I just wish there were more ringtones to choose from and a better variety. The battery life is too short. Im used to having to charge my phone every 2 to 3 days, depending on how often I used it (I had a Nokia "Shorty").
Excerpt: Ive had this phone since it came out and it is 3 years later and im still using it w/ no problems, it dosent feel durable but ive thrown it dropped it and flipped the slider poen and closed frequently and it is just now starting to get sticky..
Summary: This is a great phone, because its retail price. For $80 price, you get Bluetooth capability, an okay camera, and some nice, solid style. The phone is sturdy in terms of build. Some elements of the body are not the best and give away its affordable, basic nature. The battery gets practically red-hot after about seven minutes on a voice call. I talked for about 20 minutes once and almost singed my fingers.