Great phone, long lasting battery life, and strong signal
This is one of the best phones MetroPCS has to offer. The sleek design, easy to use, light weight phone has all the basic features any user needs in a phone but what I truly liked about this phone is the long lasting batter life and great signal. I have used similar phones in the past, all from metro and they had week signal, cheap quality, and over heating problems. After buying this phone I no longer had to deal with any of those issues.
Very ugly UI
The LG Select is a sly phone, it's one of those phones you buy thinking "I'm just going to use it for calls and texting", and while it can do both, the other traits start to drag it down. Eventually the phone will start getting on your nerves every time you fire up the browser in an emergency, or suddenly find yourself in an area with less then utopian network coverage.
Stylish clamshell design, Bluetooth with A2DP, FM radio, microSD storage slot, price.
Samsung's E2510 is an entry-level flip phone boasting some features that are normally reserved for much more expensive handsets. It's not perfect, but at just $59, this is probably the best value mobile phone we've ever reviewed and a must if your budget is restricted.
Minimalist design and features
The Motorola VU-204 is targeted at those who want a taste of all the standard features of a well-to-do smartphone, but cannot afford the intricacies involved. Engulfing every such feature in its chubby body, the Motorola VU204 is sure to appeal to entry-level users. So, if you can deal with the slow response of the Bluetooth and afford to handle the battery cover every now and then, then a sum of $29.99 isnâ??t too big.
Rugged, long lasting, and perfect for people who don't do more than text and talk
I've owned this phone for nearly four years and I love it! I've dropped it and soaked it, and it still works perfectly. It has lots of nice features like a notebook function for jotting notes to yourself, a camera (although the photos aren't as crisp as with more hi-tech phones), alarm clock, calculator and stop watch. The original battery (from Verizon) didn't last more than a year, but replacements are inexpensive, and I adore this phone overall.
The keys are large enough for big stubby fingers and are to easy find without looking at the keypad.
The EM330 does most things well, but nothing that stands out in this ever-increasing market of music playing phones. For each positive aspect to the EM330, it has its negatives. However, for just AU$99 it's a great deal for teenagers or adults that just want a simple phone that can play their MP3s.
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