"Surprisingly Solid--inexpensive android with wifi"4.5 starson by sp_guy10
Pros: -Small (feels lighter than my old T-Mobile BB Curve, forget it's in my pocket)
-Responsive (screen touch is really responsive)
-Good sound: calls, mp3/ fm radio (standard headphone jack)
-WiFi (simple set-up and T-Mobile doesn't count as data usage)
Cons: -Typing can be difficult because it's small (trade-off though, love that it's so small and Swype or alternate app store keyboards download help off-set this issue)
-Big middle button (not sure what it's purpose-but other buttons are useful e.g. home)
Summary: The phone is a good value but does not look or feel like a budget phone. Surely other Android phones have more to offer, but it delivers for the money: compact size, nice screen, good performance on the application side, and the calls have been very clear so far (and no dropped calls).
For $200 without plan it's a great value (T-Mobile offers prepaid plans with 1500 mins and 30 MG of data for a month not including WiFi usage: http://www.t-mobile.com/shop/plans/prepaid-plans.aspx?WT.mc_n=Prepaid_SeePlan&WT.mc_t=OnsiteAd). No, I?m not getting paid by T-Mobile...but I should. :) Overall very satisfied so far and happy not be paying $60+ a month for less minutes and an unlimited data plan that I don?t need with the use of WiFi.