Like a suped-up MP3 player, but not great as a smart phone or for sports.
8 June 2013
Summary: I read about this phone quite a bit before I finally bought it. I was annoyed at always carrying around my huge (but awesome!) Dell Streak 5, since it barely fits in a pocket, and is way too clunky to carry when doing anything remotely active -- and I was getting tired of the comments about my "Zack Morris"/1980s size cellular... I was looking for something to carry with me when I run, work out, camp, etc.
Summary: There's a lot of android phones now out there with waterproof, dust resistant and scratch resistant screen. Why did I choose this then? Simply because - it's the only tough phone at the moment that has built in ANT+ capability, so that means you can pair with exercise accessories easily from the get go (Heart Rate Monitors, Foot Pod, Cadence/Speed Sensors etc.). The other plus point is that the phone is not that big, so it slips easily into pockets, etc.
Summary: This is a nice phone in terms of it's features and perfect for construction workers or any one who works outdoors and always drop their phone. Plus it's water proofed so dropping it in the toilet wouldn't damage it... only it's smell.
Screen and camera are the weak points in this phone
Miguel Sotto Mayor, Amazon
27 November 2012
Summary: First of all, pardon for my English... I own this phone for the last 10 months and use it for outdoor activities, like biking, running, and kayaking. Needed a tough phone with GPS. The Screen is too small for internet. But I knew that before I bought it, and can live with that. No problem for me. Also the screen is not bright enough for outdoor when the sun is shinning. You will have dificulty to see what's on the screen.
Summary: Tough and Nice design, poor battery life.The battery lasts less than 1 day when you enable 3G or Wifi.To use all day long you need additional during day charge otherwise you will be with no cellphone at end of the day.