Summary: Boost mobile service where I live is awesome. However after having this phone for nearly 2 monthes I wish I would have said to hell with it and got the one I wanted to begin with, the Samsung Seek through boost mobile. The incognito is alright for what it does but it freezes easy and its just starting to "crap out" on me all together. The phone is alright if you can put up with the freezing and stuff but for me, I should have gotten something better.
Summary: I have not noticed any other people noting issues charging this phone. My sister got one around Thanksgiving and by New Years was having issues with the phone not charging. I got this phone just before Christmas and am now having the same issues. We both have changed chargers but still have issues.
Pros: Looks unique(ish), decent (read: usable, not necessarily good) keyboard, (some) social integration.
Cons: Stock web browser is lacking, external touch display is "selectively sensitive" (see below), external display flashes despite there being no missed alerts, requires frequent restarts, far too bulky for its feature set.
Pros: THE LOOK IS COOL AND THE MIRROR IS GOOD FOR LOOKING THROUGH...LOL I AM A TEXTER SO THE KEYBOARD LAYOUT IS ONE OF THE BEST....
Cons: THE ONE THING I DIDNT LIKE ABOUT THIS PHONE IS LIKE I SAID BEFORE I AM A TEXT MASTER SO I LIKE TO SEND ALL KINDS OF TEXT MESSAGES... THIS PHONE DOESNT SUPPORT GIF. FILES SO WHEN I RECIEVE ANY IT TURNS INTO A JPEG FILE..VERY DISSAPOINTING...
Pros: easy to use key pad. Decent camera. decent size screen.
Cons: Outside touch pad freezes often or becomes completely inopperable. advertised "GPS" doesnt work at all. purchase a days worth of use and servers down the whole time. No useful apps. Bad sound quality from speaker and ear piece. Phone overheats.
Pros: I like the keyboard. It allows me to send texts and enter information on web sites pretty quickly and the layout of the buttons is perfect considering that I have big thumbs
Cons: The backlight on the internal screen is a tad bit too dim in the bright sunlight, even when it's on the highest setting. The music player is very basic and lacks even the basic features of shuffle and repeat.
Summary: I bought the Silver Boost mobile model from a store in town. I mainly got this phone because of Boost's pay as you go plan (its like 10cents a minute and ~12$ a month for unlimited data or like 50$ for unlimited talk/text/data). I have another phone for minutes that i get cheaper and wanted this mainly for the internet and apps.
Pros: The Qwerty keyboard is the only REAL beneficial feature of this phone. It's set up nicely with the most commonly used Text & Email characters (Such as the @ symbol) accessible without having to use a shift or function key. Decent internal display.
Cons: Don't let the "Glow Thru" front panel fool U, or get you excited. IT's WORTHLESS!! Phone has to be open to accomplish everything!