Summary: J used this phone a few years ago and I loved it. After going through a few different phones (including the T-Mobile MDA and Apple iPhone), I decided to come back to it. I wanted a flip phone and this is one of the best flip phones I ever used, but that was a few years ago. The Good: The phone looks really nice. The blue and silver compliment each other, so it's not another ugly flip phone. The screen is pretty big, and clear to boot.
Summary: The pictures you can take on this phone are just awesome! The only downfalls are, there are no games to download for it and the ringer volume is so low it is hard to hear if you are in a room with any kind of noise. I love the performance of this phone. Like I said, it takes the best pics that I have ever seen with a cell phone. Never had a problem with not being able to hear the person calling me or them hearing me.
Summary: I love this phone so much, I am buying a second one after having this one two years. It is virtually indistructable! It has gone through my Great Dane thinking it was a chew toy, granted it looks awfull now but still works great!I have dropped it countless times, my only complaint would be the charge hold time.
Summary: This phone is great. It takes great pictures, and has the SD memory card slot. I got great service with mine. the only drawback was that T-mobile doesn't support games with this phone so you cant download them.
Excerpt: I picked up a Sharp TM150 last week, and I love most of what I have seen so far. For a long time T-Mobile had the phone priced higher, but now this phone is listed online for free. The in-store price was $150, but they honored the website price when I told them about it. I love the megapixel camera, I am happy with the sound, and every camera phone should have a removable SD card. Very convenient. I am unhappy about games, though.