Pros love the camera..the photos are gorgeous! easy as pie uploading anywhere any time.
Cons no memory even with a 16g card. so you take 5 or 5 gorgeous pictures and then you are stuck deleting clearing playing with the space and holding up the works. really very annoying phone.
Summary I still have the $25 plan so guess what to have a beautiful uploading camera available that is lighweight and cheap is kind of nice. However I never used it for voice its too terrible and texting is a nightmare.....so I'm waiting now for a Transform Ultra but I will keep this for the convenience of taking a few pretty shots every now and then and an emergency phone. whatever. cheap is cheap.
Pros -Easy to Use
-The overall look of the phone is very unique
Cons -Battery Life
Summary I love the phone for the price and service it unmatchable, I highly recommend an SD card with that said an extended battery as well, which once you get those it'll be another 50-60 bucks but it will end up being the best purchase you've made, i mean i went from an Iphone 3gs on AT&T to this and it wasn't a bad transition. 4.5 stars for not having better battery life and memory
Pros compact, 5.0 mp + flash camera, swype, navigation, google maps, voice dial/search, gingerbread, facebook, on sale...
Cons internal memory, battery life, pre-installed unnecessary apps
Summary I agree with Katieno. This my first HTC phone & was really excited (because of the compact size) at first for a few days. Then the constant clearing out cache/data to get rid of "low memory" warning msge is quite annoying. I don't use or download a lot of apps but still this phone does not have enough room. And now my MMS stops working although i can still email pics & upload them to facebook? I think Im ready to root this phone to free up those unnecessary pre-installed apps.
cute, pretty color
Cons regrettable memory
Summary all of the things i loved about this phone for the first couple of days i had it quickly became the things i hated most. virgin and htc pre-installed and unremovable apps make it impossible to use anything else. i can use google maps and facebook and the camera and that's about it. i can't even have my contacts in it; it's that bad.
i had to uninstall important-to-me apps that couldn't be moved onto the sd card to get gmail to start working again. aside from that, i need to clear the cache constantly. today i had to make the very difficult choice of having email or hopstop.
i regret switching from the optimus v. in my opinion, this phone defeats the purpose of android entirely.
Pros Small, cheap, no contract, fast, and good call quality.
Cons Small keyboard.
Summary After a year of having to go upstairs or outside to talk on my phone my iPhone broke. I paid $100 for this phone and another $16 for a 16 gig card. Also had to pay to get out of my contract with at&t and it was well worth the money. I haven't had a dropped call yet and I can put whatever files I want on this phone and even better I can take them off without a third party program.