Does everything it's supposed to do. The only cons to this phone are the processor and the fact that it runs off of Sprint towers. The CPU is 500 MHz....could use a 1 GB. I have a lot of Android Apps installed. Does fine unless I try to run to many at the same time. It does occasionally "bog down" when you over do it on multitasking, but there's usually no need to. Sprint has pretty poor coverage overall. If you use it mostly in an area that has good Sprint coverage, no problem. When traveling, it seldom drops calls. Battery life doesn't do as well as it should unless you have a good app to kill those unneeded tasks Android insists on starting up, whether you want them or not. I use Advanced Task Manager and Speed Boost together and get pretty good battery life. Great GPS....Google Navigation and all the Google Maps features work great. I never have upgraded from the 4GB SD Card and have plenty of room for lots of Android Apps, a lot of Music and cached map data. WIFI reception is better than most. Auto-connects with any WIFI Hot Spot you have in memory. There are better Android phones available, but they cost 3 to 4 times as much. I'm happy with mine, with the exception of it running on Sprint towers. That's because Sprint has poor coverage around my home. Anywhere else, it does fine. I recommend this phone to anyone who can't afford to spend $200 or more for a phone.
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