"Bluetooth? Bluetooth? It ain't got no stinkin' Bluetooth!!"2.0 starson by scotzman
Pros: People will think it's cool...
Cons: You will end up knowing it's not.
Summary: Well, let me say right off the bat, I am not a tech professional. I am just an average slightly knowledgable consumer who wanted Bluetooth on my phone.
Let's start out with what that "Bluetooth" tag gets you on this Sprint phone. From what I can understand I can use a headset or use the phone with my laptop to connect to the internet. Using a handsfree headset is a nice feature and one of Bluetooth's big draws, so that is great. Using this phone to "dial-up" an internet connection is a handy thing to have I guess... if you are not near one of the many Wi-Fi coffee shops or business all over major metropolitan areas(hello!).
My biggest beef here is that I didn't want to transfer every freakin' name and number from my old phone to my new phone. "Real" Bluetooth would do that. Sprint has done a great job of leaving out little details like that.
The long and the short is: People will love how "cute" it is. They will love to watch you slide it open to make and receive calls. It's very small, so if you have big hands, it is like the phone Will Ferrell uses in "Zoolander."
One other thing, this is weird, but for some reason if you keep the phone in your pocket lint seems to get under the screen. I cannot figure out how to get it out of there either and my OCD tendencies are making me go crazy every time I look at it.
All in all, just know that you are getting a dumbed down version of Bluetooth in a "cute" little slider phone.