Great phone for a newcomer to the world of Smartphones.
28 February 2014
Summary: Easy set-up, easy to use features, great pictures, only wish it had a front facing camera. Durable shell, really like the "No fingerprint" backing. It was a little tricky trying to figure out how to get it off at first, but after that, it was a breeze.
Phone update solved skype video picture reverse problem
26 February 2013
Summary: I had a problem using the skype on my Warp2 as the video picture used to get reversed. Then, I tried many things on the phone like resetting the phone and doing the software upgrade on the phone which did not work to solve the issue. Recently, I got a message of software update on the phone and which I updated and now I can use the skype which solved the problem of video picture not getting reversed.
Great phone Responsive cpu. wish it had Front camera
19 November 2012
Summary: OK I've been using Androids of all sorts for a solid year now.This phone is great .Fast response. No lag. No wifi lag. I've got an issue with the fact I have no microSD so I cannot say what lies beyond basic operation. But I call it a winner. Better that the Samsung galaxy d700 , better than the Samsung Prevail. Great screen I had a great experience out the box went straight to youtube and the phone neld it's ground with no stutter or issues.
Hard to get used to, but reliable and intuitive to use. Good value overall.
4 November 2012
Summary: This phone is a bit hard to get used to, but it's very reliable once you do. Be careful not to drop it, I recommend getting a case for it because the most sensitive button is the on/off button at the top (I dropped my phone a few times and now the button is smooshed, which acts funky.) The key pad being all on-screen was hard to get used to, but once you do it comes in handy and saves you time.
Buggy, but patience, experimentation & work beginning to pay off (read ammendment at end)
Rayspumpkin, Phone Arena
5 September 2012
Excerpt: Moved to Boost after being with Net10 for over 2 years and finally getting fed up with both their customer (non) service and their lack of a really good phone. Homework brought me to Boost and the Warp as my best deal all round. Found the phone on Amazon, still sealed, at less than thru Boost, have unlilmited everything for $55/mo plus tax PLUS every 6 pmts I make on time drops that by $5 for the next six months to finally get me down to $35/mo. Beat that, Verizon!
Pros: BIG display, Lots of internal memory and proc speed, Can take up to a 32 GB SD card
Cons: short battery life, frequent total freeze-up or reboot
Summary: ALWAYS HAD SPRINT DROPPED THE CONTRACT WENT TO BOOST FIRST I HAD Motorola i1 FIRST ANDROID PHONE LOVED THIS PHONE NO 3G SO I UPGRADED TO GALAXY PREVAIL FASTER PHONE BUT LAGGED AND THE INTERNAL MEMORY WAS HORRIBLE NOW I HAVE THE ZTE WARP FOR ONLY $100 USED ON EBAY ALL I CAN SAY IS WOW NIGHT AND DAY COMPARED TO THE PREVAIL,,YES IT FREZZES UP MORE THEN THE PREVAIL AND YES THE BATTERY LIFE SUCKS NO FRONT CAMERA BUT SO DO MOST PHONES IN THIS PRICE RANGE WITH THAT SAID I STILL...