Pros I LIKE THE SIMPLE AND BASIC OVERALL FUNCTIONING OF THIS PHONE. ITS VERY EASY TO USE. ITS NOT COMPLICATED OR FRUSTRATING TO FIGURE OUT.
Cons IT COULD BENEFIT FROM HAVING LARGER TEXT OPTIONS FOR OTHERS LIKE MYSELF WITH LOW VISION FOR APPLICATIONS AS WELL AS WEB BROWSING. OTHER THAN THAT ITS A KEEPER!
Summary THIS IS A GREAT PHONE FOR BASIC EVERYDAY USE. FACEBOOK, TEXTING, PICTURE MAIL, LIGHT INTERNET BROWSING, CHECKING EMAIL, AND GOOGLE MAPS, AND VERY LAST BUT NOT LEAST CANT FORGET TALKING!
Pros Battery life. Durability. Keyboard. Customization. How loud the phone could get.
Cons Speaker died toward the end, couldn't hear people on calls. Pocket dialed A LOT. Low quality camera. Turned off when you slammed the keyboard shut. Could not get pictures from any iPhone 4 or 4S/
Summary I had the phone for over two years before it crapped out on me. It had been through water rides, falls and had been thrown a couple of times against walls. It survived it all. There were a few kinks, if you closed the phone too hard it restarted, the pocket dialing was a daily thing, and toward the end of its glorious run, I couldn't hear any phone calls without the phone being on speakerphone. Not very private but it made due until I got a new phone. Its completely unusable now, but I was a rough user. I'm sure someone who had a gentler hand than I did could make it last so much longer. It never had any screen issues, or signal issues. If I had a dropped call it was because I dropped my phone. It was the most sturdy electronic I have ever owned. Although, for some odd reason it couldn't get pictures from iPhone 4 or 4S. No matter what my friends tried it wouldn't show up.
If anyone is looking for a phone that is going to make it through a warzone, this is it.
Pros Its small, fits easily in a pocket. It is eco-friendly.
Cons From day one this phone would not work properly. It was minor defects so I did nothing. 2 yrs in and my screen scrambles. I often can't text or call out/answer calls. The battery life is not that great, it needed charged nightly to begin with, and now nee
Summary Don't waste your money
Pros VERY GOOD PHONE. NICE QWERTY KEYPAD TOO. I USED IT ON SPRINT NOT METRO SO CANT GO WITH METRO SERVICE BUT LOVE THIS. IT IS AN ECO FRIENDLY PHONE. AND IT IS GOOD FOR PEOPLE THAT TEXT TONS BECAUSE IT HAS A REALLY GOOD KEYBOARD. BUY IT TODAY
Cons VERY GOOD PHONE. NICE QWERTY KEYPAD TOO. I USED IT ON SPRINT NOT METRO SO CANT GO WITH METRO SERVICE BUT LOVE THIS. IT IS AN ECO FRIENDLY PHONE. AND IT IS GOOD FOR PEOPLE THAT TEXT TONS BECAUSE IT HAS A REALLY GOOD KEYBOARD. BUY IT TODAY
Summary VERY GOOD PHONE. NICE QWERTY KEYPAD TOO. I USED IT ON SPRINT NOT METRO SO CANT GO WITH METRO SERVICE BUT LOVE THIS. IT IS AN ECO FRIENDLY PHONE. AND IT IS GOOD FOR PEOPLE THAT TEXT TONS BECAUSE IT HAS A REALLY GOOD KEYBOARD. BUY IT TODAY
Pros Battery Life is good, nice keyboard, fairly navigable.
Cons Pocket-dialing, phone unlocks when it receives a text, video problems galore, phone randomly turns off when attempting to connect a call, headphone jack sucks, scratches easily
Summary Oh my goodness, where to start with this epic waste. The phone has two mechanisms for locking; screen lock and password-protected system lock. Screen lock is supposed to lock the keys, but if a text message is received the keylock goes away and 10 times out of 10 you'll end up pocket-dialing the person who last texted you. That's great if you want to anger and/or confuse those who send you texts, but not otherwise. Password-locking your phone is thor's hammer, though - it's a royal pain to lock the phone, and your phone is literally unusable until it's unlocked. When locked, you will end up missing calls guaranteed - you cannot see who is calling, and you cannot even answer the call until you punch in the passcode; For all intents and purposes, your phone might as well be off. When I make calls, and press "Talk" to call someone, my phone randomly turns itself off - No joke, one second it's dialing and the next second it's off. The phone also likes to randomly turn itself off while in your pocket, too - I cannot count how many times I've pulled out my phone only to have to turn it on before using it. The display software on the phone was designed by a sadistic drunken wahoo on crack - the display likes to get these large blocks of color (usually yellow or blue) and frequently it likes to only update half the screen (or some portion thereof) when you're moving between menus or messages; when this happens, the only way to fix it is to let the screen blank itself, and then press a button for it to come back. Frequently I have to turn off the phone to get rid of the effects. Also the headphone jack has some serious issues - it's incredibly flaky, and usually only outputs on one channel (left-ear). All in all, I think this phone should have never happened.