Summary: It's a cutesy color (which is why I chose it) but this phone is just for getting the basic things done, like calling and texting. Depending on the size of the file, you may be able to receive some pictures. You can't receive videos though. You can't even record a video. There's no slot to insert a memory card, so listening to music is out. The phone only has enough memory for about 50 pictures so storing pictures is a headache.
Excerpt: This phone is not really a phone that i would recommend to people. you cant even surf the internet as you would want to. whenever you go on the internet is either it freezes or there is always something wrong with the page download. you cant even video and every single download on the phone have to be paid for; even if its Bluetooth.
Excerpt: My teenaged daughter was asking to be added to our cell phone plan, and with her after school activities, we agreed it was a good time to get her a phone so we could communicate with her easily. I know, most teenagers have already had cell phones by the time they are 10 but we did not find that it was a real necessity, even though "everyone had one".
Pros: Reliable Cheap Keypad allows for easy one handed texting Intuitive menu system Browser is better than expected Battery life is above average
Cons: Email syncing was iffy, at best. Sometimes it would be instant sometimes emails wouldn't register until hours later. The camera is of such terrible quality that it's not really usable unless in direct sunlight. No video support, external storage
Summary: Ordered the pink Samsung Juno directly from Boost Mobile in Nov. as a Christmas gift for my 11 year old daughter. Imagine her excitement at opening it, and then her major disappointment when we realized that she could barely hear anyone when they called her. It sounds so far away, and after adjusting everything & having customer service repeatedly reboot it, still doesn't work. Such a shame as it's a cute phone & perfect for a preteen - I think we just got a dud.
Summary: I bought this phone for the easy keyboard and the fast processing. The problem with this phone is I have to go outside to call out and recieve incoming calls. Nobody likes to talk on their phone in the winter time or when it is raining like cats and dogs.
Summary: I bought the Snayo Juno, prepaid Phone, Blue (Boost Mobile) for my grandson as a gift. He's had it less than a week when the phone just shut down and wouldn't turn back on. He took it to a Best Buy and the employee plugged it in and it turned on, but, once he walked out of the store it shut down again. Now when he "charges" it the battery gets very HOT and it still won't turn on. How am I supposed to figure this one out? I purchased the phone on Amazon in October.
Pros: Price was reasonable when I reneued my subscription.
Cons: The reception has always been tinny (as in a tin can). Too many dropped calls. When ever I call someone, or use a preset I have to wave my phone like some kind of magic wand to actually get connected. Other wise it will try to connect for about 30 seco