"Not exactly Blackberry,but every bit worth the money!"4.5 starson by drewjokester
Pros: Where to start, the apps are the bonus! Opera Mini is like surfing the web on a laptop or desktop computer. Virgin Navigator is comfort and convenient GPS on the go, Google Maps is like having a bird's eye view from a cellular satellite and nice street vi
Cons: Not much to say on this end, but the Qwerty keyboard does take getting use to, but like everything, practice makes perfect, download timing can be slow sometimes for web browsing or google maps, but I've never known any electronic gadget that doesn't requ
Summary: Nice product, you basically get what you pay for. Eveyone's talking about the Loft is like a Blackberry but some of its prominent features don't add up or you can't response to Craig's List ads, come on people! Anytime you hear, like 3,4 or 5G(smart phone) or rule the air with verizon wireless or Android has the hottest and latest cutting edge features is all a clever, bold and sometimes deceptive ad campaign tool to sell you convenience in the palm of your hand with a contractual plan attached to it. Research the phone you want and buy it based on what appeals to you individually, not because expensive marketing ads or even sales rep hypnotized you into buying it through slick persuasion. All that aside, the Kyocera Loft S2300 was worth it and I'm not dissappointed, if you want streaming video and MP3 features, get a I-POD!