Excerpt: I've had the ZTE Warp for over a month now and it's alright. Big screen, nice design, and decent speed. It hasn't really broke down on me, hopefully not anytime soon. All in all I'm satisfied with it. But what frustrates me about it is that sometimes, it plays music on it's own, freezes up at times, and shuts off whenever it wants. But like I said, it's an alright phone considering that I got it for 80 dollars.
Summary: I have had this phone for 6 months and LOVED it. Never had ONE problem until today. It wigged out on me completely. Was totally unusable. Contacted the manufacturer ZTE as informed to do by Amazon. They are NOT customer friendly and I would rather NOT, after my experience with them today, send them my phone and pay the shipping cost. I'd rather just get another phone thru another manufacturer! Sometimes I just have to bite the bullet and this is one of those times!
Summary: Not bad for the price. A few issues have come up. First, the camera button is located where it is comfortable to hold the phone while talking. The problem is that if you should press that button while talking the mic cuts out and the person on the other end can't hear you. Second, the mic's pick up is not very good and if you don't hold it just right they can't here you well.
Excerpt: I have had this phone for less than a month and it has been more bad than good. I have had my fair share of phones, all different brands (about 15) and services (5) and I am pretty easy on them. I usually update when some new software comes out. This phone has pretty much been the worst one yet. I definitely DO NOT recommend it! The display: I give it about an 8. The graphics are pretty good and the display is bright.
Pros: Pretty Fast, Call quality
Cons: Freezes, Restarts, Battery life, Randomly starts music
Great screen, buggy system, economical & reliable carrier
5 June 2012
Summary: FIRST, about Boost. (If you want to read about the phone, skip ahead.) I've been with Boost for a few years now. I'm totally happy with them as a carrier. I got sick and tired of paying $95-150/month for my smart phone bills (because contract cell carrier smart phone plans did not include unlimited minutes AND unlimited texting WITH unlimited data -- so I was constantly paying overage for texting and talking too much). So a few years ago I switched to Boost.
Excerpt: This phone works well enough and the big screen at a great price is a bonus. Just wish that the build quality were better all around, but I do love it. Its got a good hefty feel to it without being overly cumbersome. The MSM8655 chipset it utilizes is very reliable.
Pros: Big screen, Good battery life, Zippy chipset, Price
Excerpt: Spend $29.00 more and get the Samsung....You will be happier in the end. Have had this phone for 2 weeks and the camera button fell out and there are dead spots on the touch screen speaker volume is low, and sometimes you have to power the phone off and to get apps to start installing.