""Not the best phone I've had.""2.0 starson by 123polopen321
Pros: Sleek (yet cliche) design, bright screen, good keypad (fast recieving text in screen)
Cons: slow internet, short battery life, low quality camera (especially camcorder), fingerprint magnet, phone spazms (explained below), charging malfunctions (explained below), glitchy at times
Summary: As a phone-loving teenager, who checks up on it 24/7. i don't really think this is that great of a phone. I've had this phhone for a year now, and it really starts to wear down on you. Slow internet connection; not to mention the phone restarts sometimes when the browser's memory full. Me, being the teen i am, the battery life isn't enough. 6 hours doesn't even get you through a school day. Camera quality is somewhat low, especially camcorder mode, where you can't edit the quality whatsoever (2 megapixel). The screen is prone to fingerprints, and if the screen is on dim, it's difficult to see the screen on a sunny day. And sometimes, once i send a text it glitches while it's sending saying i sent it to a person who i've texted a week or so ago. And then it says i have one new text message when i've read everything. And the fact that i've had this phone for a year now, even charging it becomes a difficulty. the battery has worn out a little, so even if you're not even close to low battery, while charging, it'll say it's been charging a low battery for the past 3 hours. and it usually only takes one hour to charge! And you can't replace the battery befor the contract expires. The only thing you can do about it is get the same exact phone. And stick with it until your contract expires. I honestly didn't want to get the same exact phone AGAIN, what's the point of having data on two different phones? Sure, it'll work better at first, but it'll end up just like the first one, glitchy. The only people i recommend this to are people who just need a quick phone for emergencies. not for a long term use, especially if you love texting and such (teens :P). If you're only going to be using you're phone "here and there" (hadly any usage) then sure, i bet you'd hardly find any problems. But again, if you're reliant on your phone, it's not the best choice. TAKE MY WORD FOR IT PLEASE. YOU'LL THANK ME IN THE END!