"An impressive mid-range Android Gophone for $149."4.0 starson by denhib
Pros: 3.5 inch screen is nice (compared to the Thrive's 3.2 inch)
5 mega pixel camera takes good pictures.
Screen is bright and responsive/ does not look or feel cheap
Compatible with most apps
Gingerbread 2.3.4 runs flawlessly
Call quality is good, speaker is
Cons: Does Not support Adobe Flash.
CPU run at 600MHz (This has not been disclosed anywhere I looked online.)
Case feels a little cheap
No flash for the camera
Lags when loading big apps
Battery life is about 5 hours with heavy use (apps and text/talk)
Summary: I had been using the LG Prime since June of 2010 and wanted to upgrade without a contract. I considered an Lg Thrive but didn't like the price point or weight of the phone. Saw this in the AT&T store. I liked the feel of it and the size of the screen. I had had it for about a week now and have no complaints. I think this is a good prepaid android phone and a steal at $149.