These are the most recent phone user reviews posted by acdc1a:
Why oh why has Nokia hitched their star to the Windows 8 platform? I love this hardware. Nowhere can you find a phone to perform this well for the money. Camera is great (though no flash) and the hardware is top notch. Pros: Size (much more comfortable to carry than the huge phones) Battery life Software Response Camera Videos Price Cons: Win dows 8 No Flash No LTE
I've owned enough phones that tags like the best phone ever are over played. This phone is expensive at $499 outside of contract at Metro PCS. Is it worth it? For most I would say yes! Pros: - Battery is all day + - Beautiful, big display - No learning curve, everything is where it belongs - Excellent call quality - LTE works better on the Metro network than any other handset I've used Cons: - Price - Feels cheap I don't know how this phone ...
Spend the Extra Money
I want to like this phone. It's vastly superior to the Admire but it pretends to play in another league all together. The display does not have the size or the resolution to satisfy me and I think I speak for most users. The processor is fast enough for basic tasks but stalls in some of the more advanced applications. I thought the camera was grainy due to the phone display. Once brought up on the computer it ...
If you want the 4G experience without the high monthly price tag, this is the phone and the service for you. Let's start with the 4G LTE network itself. Speeds regularly approach 3Mbps. This is beyond sufficient for phone use. The LG Connect has a crisp and bright display. It powers through menus and home screens without lag. It handles the most demanding of applications. If you've ever owned a lower end Android, you'll ...
Great Android Phone!
So, I was very concerned about using Android on 1x. Luckily for most business applications like e-mail it's plenty fast. Throw in the Wi-Fi and this thing screams. You simply cannot get more for $50 per month anywhere! Pros- *Android 2.2 OS *Great call quality *Quality construction *Wi-Fi *An unlimited plan that doesn't break the bank. Cons- *As with all smart phones, battery could be better. *1x is fast enough for e-mail applications, but painful for downloads. When Metro lights up LTE and releases Android handsets ...
Heap of Junk!
I'm tired of my flip phone. I don't know why, but I don't care for them. So I decided to try the Nokia 1006 instead. What a joke. Areas that my Samsung worked just fine in I got now service. Took it back and got another with the same problems! Pros: - Small - Lightweight Cons: - Gets Hot - Poor reception - Battery life is marginal (probably due to poor reception)
Great Basic Phone!
This is one of the best basic phones I've ever used. Great reception and great battery life are the two biggest highlights. This phone is not for the tech junkie. It will make and receive calls, doesn't even have a camera. Pros: Great Battery Easy to Use Crisp, Clear Color Screen Feels substantial enough to take a fall. Cons: Very Basic (could be a pro for some).
Nokia Redeems Themselves in the CDMA Market
Nokia has a reputation of delivering bad CDMA phones. As a loyal AT&T Wireless customer I grew to love Nokia phones. Imagine my surprise when I went CDMA with Sprint and was stuck with a 6016. BAH! Now that I'm with Metro PCS, I'm happy with my service and phone. This phone makes me take everything bad I ever said about Nokia back. The battery lasts almost forever. The sound quality is fantastic and ...
I wouldn't Hesitate
I went back to T-mobile after a short lived tenure at Sprint. I was in need of a phone. After much consideration, I went with the 3220. I've always been a Nokia person (except with Sprint and that was Sanyo), so my hopes were very high with this phone. It's very good, but the cons keep it from being a 5 rated phone. Pros: -Fair picture and video quality. -Great reception. -Fire alarm ringtone can wake the dead. -Small ...