Pros there is none!
Cons i hate it! i have had 6 replacements! and now they wont give me another 1! i have to spend my money to buy a whole new phone! 300 dollers! do not get his phone!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Summary do not!!! get this phone!
Pros Love Everything!!!!!
Cons Cons? ummmm not the IPhone!
Summary I Love this phone... i used to have the samsung intensity II and it was rediculus... i hated it. so we traded it in and i have had no problems with this phone. I can listen to my rhapsody... I couldnt on the samsung... i can text SOOOOOOO easily... Great thing thats not too complicated for me... I LOVE THIS PHONE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Pros Cool looking.
Cons Touchscreen not convenient. Terrible keyboard. Too expensive.
Summary I bought this phone for $79.99 after the $50 mail in rebate. Huge rip off for what it is! The touch screen just felt like marketing...oooh, a touch screen! They got me, I guess. But I returned it once I realized that touch screens aren't that great on this type of phone. There is no point! I missed the tactile feel of the numbers. Everything I wanted to do took two times as long on this phone as my Samsung Intensity II, which after paying the $35 dollar restocking fee was STILL $35 less than the LG. I also want to note that the keyboard on this phone is terrible. I highly recommend the Intensity II.
"So Far, So Good!"on by sarahxo
Pros compact, nice keyboard, good for texting and calling
Cons lags when replying to text while an email comes in
Summary First off, I got this phone yesterday -- I originally wanted the Env Touch but Verizon removed it. This was the next best thing in line for feature phones. I'll update this review after a few weeks of use.
Yes, the phone has no flash and only a 1.3 megapixel camera. No, it's not that HUGE of a deal. Isn't that what my digital camera is for? Yes. I don't care about the camera, I'm perfectly fine with it being "sucky" as other have said.
I had the LG Voyager prior to this phone, so the keyboard is slightly smaller and I'm still trying to get used to it. Other that the small buttons, it is GREAT for texting. The call quality is really good from what I've noticed. At some times the texting touch screen when opened lags a little, but nothing too annoying. Though when you set up mobile email and are trying to text someone while an email comes in, it freezes for a few seconds and that is annoying. But other than that, it's not that bad.
The text messages are threaded! I was super excited about that upgrade. It's pretty handy. There are also 3 home screens. The first is the main page where you can have the time and other widgets (I currently have a "my pictures" widget). Another is for favorites, you can have 11, which was more than enough for me. Then lastly, a page for facebook, twitter and myspace. It basically allows you to text in your status or a picture. It seems pretty nice if you're one of those people who constantly updates.
It is not only for 11 year olds as someone else had stated.. I'm certainly not 11 years old. If you want a phone that has an excellent keyboard, decent touch screen, and is perfect for texting/calling, then it's worth it. Especially without paying for a smartphone plan price each month.
The phone is really small, which is a major upgrade from my voyager. Oh, and the battery life has been great! I charged it last night and it only lost one bar in my process of setting up two mobile emails. It will just depend on the usage to determine how the battery really is. I'm not a person who uses it the whole day, so I'm not anticipating much of a change.
Overall, I would look into this phone and give it a chance! If you're like me and don't want to pay $30 extra a month, and mainly need it for texting and calling - then check it out! I have not been disappointed yet. Good luck!
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Summary I switched to Verizon for a basic cell phone plan and was sold a Cosmos Touch. I've had the phone for 7 months and Verizon replaced it once because the phone constantly comes on, apparently "browsing," whatever that means. The second phone acts the same way. I have no data plan, have not used the phone to browse, and have not been charged by Verizon for any data usage, but the data counter on the phone shows constant data usage. I constantly find the phone display lit up when the phone is not in use and should be asleep. Verizon techs have checked all the settings and supposedly blocked data use on my plan, but the phone continues to act the same way. The constant activity uses up the charge, and is eating up the battery. After only seven months of use, I have to charge the phone every night, or it will not last through the next day. Verizon tells me that LG designed the phone to act this way and it is not their problem. The forum on LG's site contains multiple threads detailing this issue, going back months. The LG forum moderators continually apologize, promising to send the complaints along to the developers and promise a fix is coming. Don't hold your breath.