"Not impressed."0.5 starson by aRagingCanadian
Pros: + Thin design/decent look
+ Good camera
Cons: - Medicare Battery Life at best.. if that.
- Highly inaccurate touch screen
- Slow start up
- Drops calls
- Echo when talking to people
Summary: I had this phone for about two in a half years before I did my early upgrade to the iPhone 5. At first I was excited because it was my first smartphone, but within the first couple of days, maybe week of using it, my excitement turned into disappointment. Now the things this phone had going for it was, it was very cool thin design. The camera was outstanding for it's time. But that's where the "cool factor" stopped. The battery life on this phone was terrible. I would fully charge the phone (after letting it fully discharge) and with no use it would drop 10% to 20% within a few hours. With limited use (searching the web) it would drop even faster. The touch screen was terrible as well. Clicking on links, playing games, and more so typing was next to impossible. Out of five to six words only one would be what I actually tired to write. Scanning/scrolling webpages was hard too. The phone would never scroll correctly. Talking on the phone was bad too. Not only did it drop calls a lot (and I had full bars) it would echo too. People would ask me "do you have your phone" and I'd say "Nope it's charging". All and all I this phone is bad. I wouldn't recommend it to anyone. And it sure isn't worth the near $600 price tag.