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 of it. The touchscreen sucks, the menu looks cheap, the whole phone feels cheap, and it is way to big and heavy for an every day phone.
I'm actually using the propel right now and really do like it. I went from the blackberry pearl and the curve to the samsung propel. The propel obviously does less then a blackberry but it has other nice options like cellular video!