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posted: Apr. 23, 2014 @ 10:09a
Wouldn't it be better just to buy an android phone. This only has a 3.6 inch 480X320 screen, Android 2.3 and 1,200 mAh battery to name a few.
posted: Apr. 23, 2014 @ 10:13a
For videos it might be a bit small to most, but for mp3's and biking/running, would you want a 5 inch in your pocket or strapped to your arm? Or even for your kids, you want to give them a s5 or a note 3? Let them beat on this as a cheap intro.
posted: Apr. 23, 2014 @ 3:02p
I got one of these and it is nice. It has GPS but is not compatible with some newer apps. It is also single core and a bit slow but the two speakers can get loud. At this point tho it is good for kids and people using it as a device to take the load off of the main phone.
Senior Member - 6K
posted: Apr. 23, 2014 @ 8:37p
$80 is too high
Senior Member - 1K
posted: Apr. 24, 2014 @ 12:14a
Trickracen said: For videos it might be a bit small to most, but for mp3's and biking/running, would you want a 5 inch in your pocket or strapped to your arm? Or even for your kids, you want to give them a s5 or a note 3? Let them beat on this as a cheap intro. Why would you compare this with a S5 or Note 3. You can get a Moto G for $80. Much better hardware and software. There are other Sprint phones that you can get and do $2 Ringplus account and have an emergency phone!
Senior Member - 2K
posted: Apr. 24, 2014 @ 1:27a
Highly suggest a Moto G for a few bucks more. This is ancient history and you'll save hours of time using a modern Moto G in place of this.
If not, wait for the Boost Moto G to hit $79 again. YOU DON'T WANT THIS. I have one. Trust me.
Moto G is the iPod touch slayer. Heck, it's the old Galaxy Player slayer.
It might also be worth looking into the Huawei Valiant over this, priced at $19, comes with Jelly Bean OS, dual core CPU, 4" screen is a really good point for size vs features. Oh yeah, the Valiant can work as a phone, if you are into the sort of thing.
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