"Good, but many drawbacks."3.0 starson by Jakalen
Pros: Nce screen, many display settings, many ways to personalize, decent calling.
Cons: Sketchy camera resolution (even when close), bad battery life, good for maybe 3-4 days, texting is frustrating (have to push the space button (#) twice or clickt hte arrow over twice, kind of small for big handed, or long fingered people like me.
Summary: I've gone through many VM phones, due to complications and hardware problems. I recently switched to the Slash after giving up on the Wildcard.
The Slash may have a sleek, big screen, but it's not big enough to cover up the many flaws one comes across when attempting to use this phone. It's good for those un-picky people who just need a phone to call with. But for the texters or teens or the people who know a bunch of people, this phone will not fit your needs. It cuts you off if your texting and another text comes in. Sometimes it'll just continuosly beep if you're try doing 3-way calling, even though it says you're connected. It also can't hold a lot of contacts. Maybe for some its enough but for me it was a problem. It sometimes got comfused if it was open or not which will mess you up if your trying to call or turn your phone off.
Yes, this phone is better than some others in the VM line but this ONE is only for those who have patience and don't like ot text much.