Summary: I am an ex-blackberry user, and going from a qwerty keyboard to a touch screen keyboard was impossible, my fingers are way too large to use any touch screen keyboards available, so the Samsung Replenish was the only option out there to have a qwerty keyboard/smart phone/Android touch-screen.
Summary: Basic and easy to use Android phone. QWERTY keyboard + touch screen is great for those who prefer physical keys when typing but also want the ease of sliding through content with a flick of a finger. Not the most advanced Android phone out there but people fail to realize there isn't much to do on a smartphone anyway (Facebook, twitter, instagram, etc), and this phone gets the job done.
Good product, nice basic phone if you don't care about the up to date stuff
28 January 2014
Summary: I got this for a very good price but the battery was out of whack or so I'm thinking. I haven't change the battery yet and hopefully that's what it is. But it is a good basic android phone. I've never been the type that needs to have the greatest up to date gadgets....there is one downside to this phone is the internal memory is not a lot, I downloaded three extra apps and it slowed the system down and then sometimes it becomes unstable and force closes.
Summary: i never had a smartphone until now. it's ok for beginner like me that don't know what she is doing. but i can see how an experienced "phoner" would become frustrated. it is slow to download, the screen and buttons are a little small. and i'm mad because i can't download certain games, like words with friends, because this phone is not compatible. it's ok for now but i will probably upgrade in a year.
Happy with my purchase, worth the price at the time. Great intro android :)
16 April 2013
Summary: I had actually originally purchased this phone for boost mobile. It was one of the very few android phones they carried at the time. I paid about 100$. I Considering it was a prepaid phone I was very happy with the price and functionality. No not the highest end phone but considering I came from having the blackberry.. I truly can't complain. The keyboard is awesome (although i prefer the "flat surface" of the sprint version).
I would definitely buy another one, it does the job and then some!!!
18 March 2013
Summary: The only reason why this phone didn't get a 5/5 rating was because of the camera (pictures seem fuzzy) just not as clear as an Iphone and I guess downgrading I can feel the effects of it. Also the space/strorage can't really be moved around to make more room. Otherwise, I love this phone and I can deal with those little things because its super cute and I appreciate the bill being cut into more than half of what I was paying.
Summary: Very inexpensive easy to use phone. I use it for calls and texting so I don't use the internet much. If your looking for a nice easy phone to use this is it. But if you check your Emails or Facebook it's not a good idea to get this phone. It takes for ever to load (I checked it out).
Great starter phone with Android that looks like a Blackberry. Simple.
28 October 2012
Summary: I bought the Samsung Replenish as a backup phone since I was having problems with my Samsung Transform Ultra (which ultimately was a major downgrade price- and powerwise). However, I like that it has a full qwerty keyboard. Although the letter/number/symbol buttons are pretty tiny, you do get used to it after sending a few texts or emails. There is also an onscreen keyboard when you tilt the phone to landscape mode if the keys are too small.