"Only good for typing text messages"2.0 starson by cc227
Pros: Keyboards makes the phone fun to have and quick to use, there are lots of quick shortcuts to navigate the phone effectively
Cons: "Instant Messaging Phone" but it always "times out" when logging on to or using messenger services. Bulky, no phone clip and too big to stick in pocket, hard to use key pad
Summary: The phone is easy to manuever and the keypad is great to text on. The keyboard pad won't work in certain areas of the phone such as the calendar and the internet and you have to use the number pad. The number pad is too small to type phone numbers in and makes calling people while driving hard. It can connect quickly to the cingular internet and download games, graphics, and ringtones quickly. Receiving multimedia messages is another good aspect of the phone, but it will resend the same messages to you at random times as well. The instant messaging aspect I was excited about, but when I used it, it would only successfully log in 1 out of every 10 tries. Once you got into AOL Instant Messenger, you can only fit about 30 contacts. Also, it will sometimes only send you parts of the conversation you are having with someone and cut off in the middle. The memory is good too. The phone book can hold a decent amount of contacts but not as much as other phones, and the phone has good alerts to let you know when your memory in your inbox is full. Although the calendar does not hold many dates unfortunately. I wish this phone would have more battery. One call can almost knock you down one bar. The car chargers get eaten up and break easily by this phone- I am on my third car charger and have had the phone itself replaced once.