Pros Nice camera, decent reception and call quality.
Cons No such thing as customer support from Straight Talk! My main issue with the phone: It has NO extra internal memory available to add apps. The preloaded apps cannot be moved to the sd card and take up virtually all of the internal memory
Summary Save your money and buy a better phone.....This one is a fail.
Pros Compact and good available apps.
Cons Not enough room to fit my list of cons in this box...read summary.
Summary For a general user who does not use apps heavily this is an ok phone. But for a more savvy smartphone and app user this not a good phone at all. It has preloaded apps I would prefer to uninstall and can't..takes up lots of space and does not leave room for updates for apps I do use, even after moving apps to SD card. The touchscreen can be too sensitive and a slight brush of my check can end a call. Considering I am in a location that has heavy ATT coverage I mostly get 1-3 service bars. Bad choice on my part.
Pros Nice apps and ok looking
Cons Poor reception. Bought phone because it uses AT&T cells. The only place it worked well was at home. Might as well have a land line for all the good it did me
Summary Waste of money.
Pros This phone when it works, rocks! Download your apps from the app store (Google Play) and it will do pretty much what you want it to do.
Cons I've sent my phone back to straight talk twice now in the last 2 months. This last phone I only had 4 weeks. It started out where I had to put the phone in a certain direction, then it just won't charge at all.
Summary If you can put up with the problems. I'd pass on this phone though.
"Great deal."on by jae54321
Pros durable, never freezes.
Cons small memory, perfect otherwise.
Summary The difference between this phone and a new Android phone can be resolved with a little time researching the differences and paying a whole 3-5 dollars for the apps that update this phone to the latest version of Androids "Ice Cream Sandwich." If you don't know what that means, you either don't care OR don't know how to Google. If you are on a budget and don't mind Goggling a bit to learn, this is a great deal through Net10. If you set up your payments via auto-pay, it's only $45 per month for unlimited everything. Trust me... know one can beat this deal if you are on a budget. This unit works great for navigation. You just need to Google voice prompts, etc. to get it all working perfectly.Considering an iPhone costs an average of $1720 per year for unlimited, if you can find that. This phone looks pretty great for unlimited for $620.
Updated on Aug 26, 2012