Summary: So here it is, 2014, and I am reviewing a candybar phone that would have been hot in 2004. But sometimes, you just don't want a smartphone, and this is a pretty decent solution but has some big flaws. For a chronic texter, this is a great device. The keyboard has a great tactile feel and the screen is crisp for reading text. The MP3 player and FM radio are nice touches as well. Unfortunately, that is where the good stuff ends.
Summary: I really like the slide-out keypad, which is why I ordered the phone. I do think it feels fragile though. My main concerns with the phone are small though. I haven't been able to figure out the emoticons yet, they just show up as text, and I really like to use them. It is also inconvenient to capitalize letters. Lastly, I keep "pocket dialing" people since there isn't a cover. Overall I am luke-warm on it. It's OK, it works. I'll get used to it.
Summary: Great deal for a basic home phone. This mobile sits in our kitchen replacing our landline, and does nothing but take voicemails and be ready for an emergency call. Good call quality, but more importantly for this use, just dead simple phone.
Summary: Okay, so I knew that this phone wasn't going to be great, I wasn't interested in anything besides a functioning phone. THIS PIECE OF CRAP is so bad, doesn't save my contacts, doesn't even have the option to change the phone volume. I guess you get what you pay for but why would they even make a phone so laughably bad anyway!!!?