"Probably perfect for most people"5.0 starson by bintheham
Pros: -Very durable.
-Photos are great.
-3G 9 (but use opera for a slightly better web experience).
-Unlimited plan if through Straight Talk.
Cons: -The screen isn't slick as the iphone 4 or some of the high end android phones.
-Not 4G, of course.
-Symbian has a slight learning curve (but it is functional and learnable)
Summary: I've really loved this phone. Before I get into details, even though this is a business phone I do not use it for business purposes and can't speak to that. I use it for phone calls, text, facebook, and catching up on news blogs during my lunch break at work. And of course you can use it for e-mail and it works fine for that (both personal and business). For those purposes, its great! The keyboard is one of the best I have seen. It is true, as some have said, that the keys are small. But they are also raised and bubble shaped. I have big fingers and honestly have no problem using it. It has a lot of nice, user-friendly features, like a dedicated voice dial key. And this phone is a stainless steel tough guy. Its not one of those rugged, military spec phones but it can take quite a few drops (I finally put a gel skin on mine but it endured my clumsiness for a while without a scratch!). And if you get it through Straight Talk, you can have unlimited everything for $45 a month.
Note: I have heard some say that in reality, if you stream too much (in other words use too much data) Straight Talk flags this. I am not sure if this is true or not and haven't put it to the test, but if this will be your primary internet device, i.e. you don't go on the web through desktops, laptops, or tablets much, then that may be something to consider).