AT&T's Quickfire messaging device combines touch-screen fun with a full, physical QWERTY to make typing easier. Here is a report on its pros and cons. With video tour.
Budget-minded messaging maniacs mark my words: The Quickfire from AT&T makes good on its promise of providing a good messaging experience, but it falls short in other areas. See if its weaknesses are enough to outweigh its strengths.
I have noticed that the touchscreen of the quickfire seems to lag. I know that if I were using the phone I would be irritated when I pushed a menu option and had to wait for it to think about opening... For a touchscreen device, which will be compared to the iphone, if not only because At&t sells both of them the quickfire falls short. It also is a brick of a phone. The phone itself is weighty WITHOUT the battery in it!
I would have to agree. I do not like this phone at all... I have talked several cust out of buying this phone. For just being released I don't see this phone making it much longer. We only carry one in our inventory for that one cust we can't talk out... (continues)