Pros: Light weight, cordy keyboard use to work ok, buttons are rather unresponsive and require quite a bit of force to be applied for it to be register your entry.
Cons: Pocket dials 911 all the time. I had 8 voice mails from 911 telling me to stop calling them because there are actual emergencies that need to be attended to. Surprised I wasnt subpoenaed or police didnt show up to my house for causing such an issue.
Excerpt: This phone was my first touch-screen based phone, and quite frankly, that and the texting is the only thing good about it. The rest gives me the goose-bumps. Did you know that it TURNED ON IN MY SLEEP?! Then, people give me random numbers during the night, including some from Maryland, Northern California, etc. This phone is just a disaster zone for teens and young adults, but kids may find this phone good... if they can stand the nights of it turning on...
Excerpt: this phone is an absolute joke!!!, whomever designed it should not have, I can't even begin to list all the "unfriendly" features it has. Just to do something as simple as answer the rediculous contraption is a stressful matter, god forbid your'e driving and it should happen to ring (if you can even hear it ring) or answer a voice message (which it doesn't even display the "missed" number of whom was calling to begin with, it just displays "voicemail" as the missed...
Cons: Hard to call. Hard to hang up. Takes four clicks to hang up. Pocket dials easily. I have two contacts that have mysteriously disappeared from any history or reply-to. This phone actually raises my blood pressure.
Cons: This phone is a piece of crap. Ive had it for about 4 months and it turns off when I slide it and put it down. The camera has terrible resoulution. The contact list mixes up your contacts. It pocket dials all the time even when it is locked.
"More -'s than +'s. Don't buy if you have a data plan."
7 November 2011
Pros: Touch screen functionality at a low price. If it wasn't for the reliability concerns, if all you do is voice and text, this phone would probably be ok.
Cons: I actually have a Samsung Seek which looks like this phone (it might be a predecessor to the Trender). If you have more than a few MP3s, this phone messes up the Album and Artist categories. MP3 player does not remember your place in the song / podcast