Pros Touch Screen, WebOS, Apps, Battery Life, Keyboard, Being able to sync all contacts.
Cons NOT HAVING WIFI....I knew this before i bought it but i would still be nice.
Summary it is a all together perfect phone
Pros Good picture quality. Easy to use interface for the most part.
Good internet...If you have service...which is never for sprint.
Cons Trying to fix a message could end up sending it. The enter bar sends a message and it's right where you're texting at.
Phone goes offline for no reason.
NO ARROW KEYS! You have to erase an entire message to fix something.
Summary Phone absolutely sucks. I really hate it. I don't see how it gets such good reviews because I met two other people with the exact same problems. I got two of these phones because the first I broke out of frustration and I broke my newer one yesterday for the same reason. I wish they gave more room for cons. The phone's battery is UNDER the backside of the phone. Which means you have to take a nail (I don't have any so it was terrible) And literally PEEL the backing off. Which warps after awhile and doesn't fit the phone. Please, for your sake of frustration, don't buy it. I actually made an account here JUST so I can warn you guys that this phone SUCKS and isn't worth your time.
Pros small size, surprisingly comfortable keyboard, multi tasking, touchscreen, customizable, was free on a contract, and it's just a really attractive-looking device.
Cons wi-fi would've been a nice touch. And sometimes the C button doesn't want to register (same on my aunt's pixi).
Summary if you want something, cute, easy to use and really compact/lightweight, and you're on a budget, the pixi is for you. For me, it was between the pixi and the blackberry curve. I was set on the curve until the very last second in the store. Glad I chose my pixi.
Pros Small, sleek, lightweight, fits in your pocket, OS is very intuitive, phone actually works well as a phone, email, web, apps, all work great. The Pixi is unique which is good because I don't like to have the same thing that everyone else has.
Cons The name. Pixi? C'mon. I refer to it as a Palm...you know, the smaller one, not the Pre.
Summary This was free with a 2 year contract with Sprint. My wife and I both got a Pixi and have had them for 2 months. I almost got the EVO 4G because it is an awesome piece of equipment, but at the end of the day I wanted a phone that was actually convenient--a phone that wasn't the size of Canada. Some have complained about the Pixi's screen size being too small. I would agree, if you use the Pixi as your main TV then it is too small. But, if you use it as a phone, email, web, you-tube, et cetera, it is plenty big. And I know that some people think of this as secondary, but the actual PHONE part (speaking to people) works very well.
The Palm Pixi is about balance. It is small enough to actually be mobile but large enough to still be enjoyable. It doesn't have the processing power of the latest desktop computer but it is plenty fast enough to run several apps at one time. And for FREE? This is a no brainer.
This may not be important to everyone but it is an added advantage to me. This is a unique phone in that not many people have it. I am one that does not like to follow the masses just to be like everyone else. I have friends who rave about their iPhones and how great it is, and then they say "but the actual phone isn't very good". What? That makes no sense to me.
Unless you have to be like everyone else or unless you want a huge screened hunk of glass to carry around with you, the Palm Pixi is a great choice.
"WHAT A CRAP PHONE!"on by cmas126
Pros The over all set up and idea of this phone was wonderful. Takes some getting used to.
Cons It fell apart!!!!! I had mine for two months and it was all down hill from there. At 6 months I needed a replacement.
Summary Needs to be more durable but I love the set up. No wi fi connection which sucked. My charge port expoloded! what more can I say? Don't waste your time.