I bought this phone about a month ago for approximately $100. It includes a 4 GB SD card (already in the phone), charger, and a headset. +Uses Verizon network with a large coverage area. I had no signal problems in urban and rural areas. Hard to beat $50 a month for unlimited calls, text, and data. People who uses the same carrier experience throttle after 2-2.5 GB of usage a month. I use the phone regularly for RSS feeds, 3-4 minute youtube videos, and casual browsing. I have only used up 1 GB of data in nearly one month. +Call quality is great. No problems with speakerphone and decent voice quality for sending and receiving. +Excellent build. The back feels smooth and the phone is light. I experience no sensitivity (or lack of) problems. +Includes a GPS. The GPS isn't perfect navigation wise. It does provides maps and a somewhat accurate reading of your location. +Uses android 2.3 operating system. About 80-90% of applications are compatible to this phone. A few apps (some heavy-set games in particular) require more processing power than this phone can handle. For a $100 phone, the processor is very good. You can check email, listen to music, browse the web, etc. *For a $100 phone, the camera is what you would expect. Roughly 3 megapixel camera with no flash. *The internal memory is not much, less than 200 MB. Most apps allows you to install on a SD card. To prevent memory problems, be sure to set SD card as your preferred install location. *The screen is average. I am not sure if this is common for most smart phones, but you will experience some problems viewing the screen outside in a very bright area. The viewing quality is as expected. The viewing size is adequate. -The mic on the headset is terrible. If you plan on using the voice recording feature or make videos with sound, invest on a decent pair of headset or microphone. Unless you plan to us a phone for playing heavy or making videos, I definitely recommend this phone.
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