Pros QWERTY keyboard.
Cons Freezes. Touchsreen broke for no reason.
Summary It was a great phone while it lasted (about 7 months). Then the touchsreen broke and its been a nightmare ever since. I would not recomend a friend to buy this phone.
Pros Like the look.
Awsome menu colors.
Cons Phone is to big and bulky.
Menu always freezes.
Touch screen sucks.
3g is not very good with this phone.
Don't get this phone.
Summary This first time I got this phone I was very excited. It looked cool and felt cool until I tried to fit it in my pocket (It wouldn't fit).
The menu colors were cool and the keyboard was nice accept the phone would always freeze so you could't use the keyboard half the time. The menu always freezes and the touch screen sucks. Say you touch the left side of the phone then it would open something that was on the right side of your phone.I traded in my phone for the pantech slate and love it. This Quick fire phone was not for me. No matter how cool it looks the phones features and software is just not keeping up with the looks.
Pros Touch Screen, Good with texting,Cool outer image.
Cons Feezes,Battery Life,Durability
Summary I got this phone about 4 months ago, the battery life sucks,it makes you delete messages i dont know if that wares you out, it does me. Its durability is horrible,it does look really really cool when you see a person have it, or look at it online, and the first week you get the phone you absoulutly adore it, after a couple weeks i hated it, and cant wait to get my new phone!
Pros Full QWERTY Keyboard
Seperate H/V Menus
Cons Touch Screen
Processing Multiple Text
Horizontal Menu Missing Text Button
No Blutoothing from person to another
Summary Bottom-Line this phone is just what you are paying for. The idea of this phone is great, but in reality you run into a lot of minor glitches and it sucks that the free phones from at&t can bluetooth with other people but the $100 phone can't.
I really liked the full key board even though it was just a bit cramped. The touch screen is a nice touch, but it constantly runs into problems especially if you have dry hands. I was annoyed that this phone has a hard time processing multiple text, and if you are texting someone at the same time you recieve a text the phone will freeze, and imagine getting 5 or 6 text while you are texting someone. I was dissapointed with the camera, and i was outraged to find out that there is no person to person bluetooth.
So if your a big texter on a budget this phone is not that horrible, but if you can afford a higher priced phone go for it.
Pros I love the keyboard. The buttons arn't to small to type on which is great.Also the battery has alot of life to it so ypu wont have to charge it over again.This is my favorite phone ever so if you're thinking about buying you should TOTALLY go for it!
Cons The down side is you can't set a ringtone for incoming texts.You have to deal with the one that is set on the phone.Also sometimes you have to second press the touchscreen, but only if you're low on battery.There is not much else bad to say about it!
Summary The bottom line is that if your looking for a great texting phone you have hit the jackpot with the AT&T Quickfire. The slide out keyboard is the icing on the cake. And with an always reliable touchscreen (of you're not low on battery) the Quickfire is undestructable....... That is all i have to say about it.... And if you're looking to buy a new phone do not count out the quickfire. I promise you will be happy with this phone, i was.