Summary: I really enjoy not having to charge my phone but every three days! I don't need my phone to be smart or to think ,, just answer calls and messages, that's what my tablets for. Never drops a call and really easy to text with.
Summary: Got the phone checked it out and it looks almost new!!! Went through it's functions and I have to say it's pretty good for what I call a semi smart phone. It tend to freeze a little but I just closed it and reopened it and it was fine.
Summary: I got this phone last July 2011 in black after selling my touchscreen phone (non-Android) so I could get a cheaper bill with Boost (I've had them off and on for 3 years). My then boyfriend had the Incognito in 2010 so I realized right away that the Innuendo is a more updated version.
Summary: I bought the Sanyo Juno for my teen daughter for a Christmas present and she has no complaints. Me myself have only one, and that is, that the keyboard is so tiny.lol I was using her phone to send a text and I kept hitting other keys bc they are so tiny and close together.
Excerpt: I had to switch back from my LG Rumor since it broke in half. This phone didn't meet any of my standards at first, but with the full Qwerty keyboard and The sleek design of the phone makes me Like it better.
Pros: 1.3 Meg Takes Good Quality!, QWERTY Made it better, Java Applications
Cons: Lacks Music Player, Video Player (No), Streaming Youtube (No), Battery Lowers, E-Mail Send/Rec Fails Sometimes, SD Card Support, 16MB is not Good Enough, Only Support .QCP Ringers -___-
Excerpt: This is a temporarily phone until april. Currently, I like it because It's sleek and it's nice. This phone did alot of things to satisfy but it lowered my standards that wasn't on my other phone.
Excerpt: I like my lil Juno. I traded my Samsung SEEK in for this p-hone about a week ago, and i believe I made a good choice. Im use to the whole TOUCH screen experience, so it took me a little while to get back use to using my scroll bar, but its cool...