"An app-less Android"2.0 starson by VeRawr
Pros: Cute in berry color, decent size, hard to hang up calls with your face, good call quality.
Cons: Reception varies drastically, not enough internal memory, stuck with T-Mobile apps
Summary: Reception varies drastically within a one-mile radius, from 3 bars to 0, so when I'm at home I can make and receive calls, but even outdoors less than a mile away I am phone-less.
There is not enough internal memory and you can't put most apps on the SD card - when you reach the memory peak you will receive notifications that you got a text message but you will not be able to read it because there is not enough room in the internal memory. You can't delete the T-Mobile standard crap-apps, which literally sit there unused taking up memory. I bought this phone for apps, not for cheap games. I'd rather waste my time on the internet than playing Uno and Bejeweled 2, and why do I have AIM on my phone, do people even still use that? I downloaded literally less than five apps and hit my memory cap, and I barely use my phone for extraneous things. This phone would be pretty good if it just: a) had more internal memory and/or more flexibility about app placement and b) wasn't stuck loaded with T-Mobile apps. The reception issue may just be T-Mobile itself, but I've called them several times and haven't even heard back from support to know what's going on with it.