Excerpt: The Sharp FX Plus is a nice phone, and the most accessible smartphone with a keyboard on AT&T's GoPhone service. It can usually be found for free with a new contract or $300 no-contract. Its price is probably its biggest con.
Pros: Great Keyboard, Excellent quality voice calls, Music player has audio equalizer, Very capable for a 600 MHz processor, Almost stock Android experience
Cons: Poor Wi-Fi reception, Sub-par camera, Mediocre battery life, Pricy as a no-contract phone, Heavy AT&T branded
Summary: i really do enjoy my new phone my only complaint is that the battery life is horrible. i dont know if i got a bad battery or what but i need to charge every 4 to 6 hours and my battery life will be less than 10%, i used to be able to go 72 hours without charging my old phone.
Summary: Just got this phone for my husband because his stopped charging. It shipped the same day I ordered it and delivered a day before it was scheduled to. All in all, it's a nice little phone. He just put in his sim card for straight talk and he had service.
Summary: I was drawn to this since I wanted an inexpensive, no-contract phone with wi-fi so I could take advantage of the cool apps without needing a data plan. The keyboard is much better than the phone I previously had. Very pleased, all in all.
Summary: I like this phone a lot and it's pretty good. The camera sucks but I guess if you pay $50 for a phone that's to be expected... The touch screen is very good, and the resolution is pretty good too. The touch screen keyboard glitches sometimes but over all it works well.
Summary: Awesone phone for my needs. had problems shutdown at first few weeks, but I had it fixed.. the battery had kinda loose from where power goes to the system, I had to put a very thin piece of sticky tape to get them tighter. and if you had too many apps running in the background it shuts down too..