Summary: This is the second one we have owned. One for me and this one for my wife. Long battery life and good sound quality. Not for the online crowd but it does have web capabilities. Talk, text and decent photos are all we want.
Summary: This is a very nice sized phone that is a step up from the push botton other phone I had. The price was very reasonable and it was new not used. What I miss that was on my older phone is the feature that allowed you to make calandar entries monthly and yearly.
Summary: This is not a good phone. It was advertised as having capability for email. But when we tried to connect, it will not connect to yahoo. We took it into the sprint store, they indicated that it was so old that the services required were no longer available. Do not buy this phone.
Summary: the phone is so touch half the time can not get it to work would have sent it back but did not no if it was worth the hassle I went to sprint and asked for help they would not because I did not buy it there I don't think I will ever be able to get use to it I have thought a few time throwing it in...
Summary: There's a lot of things I don't like about this phone. The touch is too sensitive, except when I accidentally call someone and want to hang up before they answer. That's when it seems the touch feature doesn't work right, but that's the only way to disconnect the call.
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?!
Pros: Facebook, Twitter, Texting
Cons: Bad Camera, Deletion of text, Poor sound quality, Internet bad, NOT ALL STATES SUPPORT SPRINT, BE WEARY TRAVELERS, Poor game selection, Small keyboard