Excerpt: I like the phone overall, but I'm broke that's the only reason I applied for the free phone, so that if I was out somewhere and needed to contact someone I could. It is perfectly suited to what I got it for, but it has a useless camera that won't transfer via usb, this is so qlink can charge you if you want to get your pics off of it! No other excuse I can think of.
Pros: I'm broke and it's free.
Cons: It's useless to me except as a very very basic mobile phone., No usb synch... NONE!!!
Excerpt: This phone is just "alright". If I had my choice I would go back to using an older phone. I drop calls frequently and can never seem to get the text message alert to turn off once the message has been viewed. The battery life is not so great either. The photo quality is decent but could be better.
Excerpt: After using multiple cell phones with a lot of dissatisfaction I have finally found one phone that i am significantly satisfied with. So far after three months I do not have any complaints and this phone has worked itself back into my life like a regular part of my body and daily action. I Overall it meets all of my immediate needs and I am able to manage my daily activities. It has multiple options that are very comfortable.
Excerpt: I've been mostly pleased with my Katana. Love the pink color. It is internet capable but navigating sites is a nightmare on the tiny screen. The preprogrammed ringtones are loud enough but every ringtone I have downloaded plays very softly. I have trouble receiving calls when I'm roaming but I think this is probably more a service issue than a phone issue. I have noticed that as my phone gets older, it becomes very hot during long calls.
Excerpt: I have a Sprint Sanyo SCP 3100 cell phone. Other than having limited service in the hick town that I live in, this is a pretty good phone. It has a camera with a few options, such as sending it to someone else, ordering prints, and saving it to a persons name so when they call you can see the photo. It has a fairly decent screen and a small front screen. I like how the buttons light up when you open it so you can see what you are typing in when it's dark.
Good for people who just need a phone for calling.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: When I got this phone, I was extremely exited. Two years later, and I'm kinda dissapointed. There aren't many things you can do with this phone. If you are looking for a normal phone for just emergencies, I'd recommend this phone. But I am grateful that I at least have a phone.
Excerpt: I do love this phone. It is easy to use. I don't have the internet on it as too expensive. The only problem I have with it is that the battery is always running low. If I were to do it again, would get a different phone. Also not crazy about qwest as a provider, but the only one I can get with out having to pay a huge deposit.
Excerpt: It is pretty basic for a phone. Does have bluetooth which is great. We have the white color, which wasn't my first choice but it was free with the contract. Do not use text messaging or internet much. Has a camera phone, with photo identification for callers.
Sanyo Sprint cell phone has voice memo button in a bad spot.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: The Sanyo Sprint cell phone is a good basic phone but for one irritating button placement. The memo buttons are right where I hold the phone when talking, and frequently get pushed inadvertantly in the middle of a call.
Excerpt: I use my phone as a multipurpose tool - internet access, email, alarm clock, camera for snapshots, address book, calendar, to play basic games. Pros: Lightweight, compact, comes in colors other than black. Camera takes decent pictures and has a timer. The camera has enough memory so that downloads go very rapidly, the address book can hold all the numbers and info you would probably want to keep, and games don't stall.