Rated 4 out of 5Â by reviewman20390dswjfk Really nice phone, a few bugs
Really nice phone, but i had to take my first one back because it had some SIM card issues. I just dropped my second one and shattered the screen, but i will be replacing it with a 3rd one. Way to many pros IMO to out-weigh the SIM card issue my first phone had, and i would certainly recommend the phone to anyone who like HTC or the android operating system.
December 31, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5Â by UJYA67 Great phone, features, call quality and decent battery life
I read many reviews about this phone and was hesitant at the beginning, but thought I could always return it if I didn't like it. Reality is that I love this phone! The screen is gorgeous, call quality excellent, and the battery life is pretty decent. I consider myself a moderate user; mostly emails, texting, 2 hours of calling, some browsing and using of apps like facebook, linkedIn and Currents, and the phone lasts anywhere from 10 to 14 hours. I've never gotten less than 10 hours. I don't store a lot of things on my phone so 16 Gig is plenty for me. Some reviews complained about the volume lever, but it's nice and flush, I don't see a problem with locating it. The power button is located at the top and is a bit hard to reach, but it's not a showstopper. Performance, it's super fast, and smooth. Overall, great phone, great screen, super fast. Oh, and it comes automatically unlocked since it's a world phone.
December 14, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5Â by ITinCharlotte HTC Droid DNA - Meets Expectations
This phone has met all expectations. I have truely been impressed by the battery life - reading reviews prior had me concerned - I am obtaining close to 2 full days on a charge (coming from the old Thunderbolt this is great). What can be said about the Screen besides 'Excellent' - size is not an issue either just right. This phones speed and clarity is truely my mobile tablet. I have not experienced any constraints with memory - many apps loaded. This is my 1st phone where I have truely told people 'I Like my new phone!!'
HTC - Nice Job!!
January 25, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by tkmitlm Love DNA
I have had my phone since January. The DNA is awesome. It is much faster and easier to use than the GS3 that my boyfriend has.
It is slightly big for my hands (5'1 with tiny hands) and therefore I cannot text with one hand, I like to use the QWERTY keyboard. It does fit in my pocket and my purse with no issues.
I have great battery life, except when I play candycrush all day. Other than that, I only charge it at night, but I am on the phone constantly.
With 4core process, makes it work incredibly fast. I almost never wait to pull up a website or email. The only time I am waiting for my phone is if I am using someone's wifi that is CRAZY slow.
So far it has been fairly durable. I have dropped it on hard pavements a couple times now, and it hasn't scratched or cracked. Not that I drop my phone often - but I have heard/seen horror stories of Iphones that shattered upon impact of pavement.
The only complaint I do have is all the unneccesary apps that verizon pre-installs onto the phone that I do not use and can't uninstall. - Amazon, amazon kindle, amazon mp3, amex serve, audible, google +, NFL mobile, etc.
- FAST - better than SG3
- BATTERY LIFE - lasts all day with constant use
- SIZE - big for small hands, but still fits in my pocket
- DURABLE - it's survived a few falls on concrete with no scratches.
- FEATURES - preloaded with apps you can't uninstall
It is my first smartphone, so other than my boyfriends SG3, I have nothing to compare it to. But I love the DNA. I recommend it to everyone.
May 9, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5Â by Unhappyinflorida123456 Phone stop working after software update
I thought this phone was great until I start using it. The sound quality is not good.Making phone calls are ok, but the person you are talking to can't really hear you that well. I am very disappointed with this smartphone and if I had to do it all over again I wound not have choosing the HTC Droid DNA over the Samsung Galaxy 3 I am regretting my choice.
February 18, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Moneg451 Great Phone
I have had many SmartPhones and this is the best one so far. I am a bit miffed that I paid full retail and did not get a set of (even cheap) headphones! That seems a bit cheap to me. I drop a few hundred a month on Verizon and I would expect some headphone on a phone of this level. But the phone rocks!
February 5, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5Â by gogoincredible neither good nor bad
neither good nor bad.
nothing specicial, except a processor
January 17, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5Â by jonny4740 Balanced Review
I turned this phone on and was amazed! It is truly a beautiful phone in style, presentation and overall feel. If you have had an Android phone before you will find this phone extremely easy to set up for initial use. The screen is really clear and bright. I am a sci-fi geek so I immediately downloaded Prometheus (movie) and played it. It look sooo nice! The clarity and HD functionality is very impressive! I could go on and on and on about how much I love this phone, however, I DID find a bit of a problem. Any phone is only as strong as its weakest link and this phone has two. Battery is MOST critical. I actually USE my phone as an extension of my computer. Now, I own an Apple computer so for me to skip over the Apple 5 took an amazing amount of research! The DNA won hands down. So, why am I writing? I am sooo disappointed with the battery that I believe I will return the phone. I DEPEND on battery life! Because this phone does NOT have a removable battery, when it is dead it is DEAD. Without the battery all I have is a fancy paperweight. I am very disappointed with the battery. it is a deal breaker for me. I am hoping I can find a solution. But I am not so optimistic. Secondly, after downloading Prometheus I am almost out of storage ALREADY! *sigh You decide. I wanna LOVE this phone more than words can express, but HTC seems to be fighting me for some reason. This is MY review. DO YOUR HOMEWORK! Read Reviews! Hope this review helps.
January 7, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by mbugg17 This phone is great
I have had the iphone and windows and other android phones and I have to say that the Droid DNA by HTC is the best one I have owned. I have heard several people complain about the battery life but I use mine all day and I don't need to charge it till I go to bed. I also like the features that HTC sense has brought to this phone. I would recommend this phone to anyone I love it.
January 29, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by TomS47 Best Phone ever!!!!!
Just got this phone on January 24, 2013, it is days later and this is the best phone I have ever had. The Verizon rep tried to talk me into Razr maxx HD, glad I did not fall for it. The Beats by Dre is amazing, my Sirius app never sounded so good. The call quality is amazing, I drop calls in my home, not anymore. It is so fast, it is like the cars at Daytona 500. The battery life is amazing, I have charged it twice since I have gotten it and I am always on facebook and have downloaded many of the apps from my old phone, Droid X2. Only negatives are volume control is very sensative and you cannot add memory card.
January 27, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by MarometaMateo The Total Package - almost perfect
The size at which a phone can still be comfortably pocketable and palmable while maximizing screen size is difficult to nail, but I think the DNA does it. I am a very average-sized male, 5'10.5". I tried the Galaxy Note II before going to this. I really liked the Note II - it was surprisingly easy to handle, comfortable to hold, didn't seem ridiculous to ME to hold up to my head during a call, AND it had the awesome S-Pen features. While typing with 1 hand was very doable with the "one-handed" keyboard which scrunches the keyboard to the left or right depending on which hand is you select as your dominant, other attempts at using the phone one-handed proved to be difficult. Having such a massive screen was a huge advantage; however, it wasn't comfortable in ALL situations. The HTC Droid DNA is.
First of all, for how massive the screen is, it is very thin and relatively narrow. Its screen is over half an inch smaller than the Note 2's, so that is understandable... But there is very little bezel on the sides AND on the top and bottom.. The HTC Windows Phone 8X only has a 4.3" screen, yet it is so long because of all the extra non-screen surface on the front face's top and bottom. This phone is a joy to hold, but not for too long. While it is narrow enough and thin, it's edges with the red stripes are hard. Even though I appreciate the aesthetics of the red "grills" on the sides, they are inset into the side of the phone, causing 2 very thin lines (one of glass, and one of soft-touch plastic) to stick out further and press against your fingers when holding it. So the force of your grip is concentrated on a narrow surface rather than spreading out along the whole depth (thickness) of the phone's edge... But, it is still comfortable to grip for a shorter period, AND, the larger pressure allows for easy manipulation in the hand. This will bring me to the power button. Many people complain about it, and before I used it, I thought I wouldn't like it either.. but I do! The power button is useful being at the center because it is very obvious where your finger needs to go every time. You don't need to look for it, and you don't need to estimate how much to the right the button may be in order to press it without seeing it. It's so much easier to aim for the center rather than an offset position. And some dislike that it is on the top rather than the side since the device is so long. Well, making it on the side would make it easier to press... and that can be a bad thing. Having the Galaxy Note 2, I was able to easily reach the power button without changing my grip position, but it was also easier to press with normal handling of the phone. I much more like the button being out of the way to avoid accidental presses. The button IS nearly flush with the top, but it is still really easy to push. It has a nice feel to it, just like the volume rocker has a very nice feel to it. I am an engineer who designs buttons (on occasion) and they made these buttons well. Back to my comment about manipulating the device well in the hand - I could not do that with the Note 2. If I would have tried to do that, the phone could have easily slipped from a 2 finger grip because the edges, as well as the back, are extremely slippery. Because the DNA has a soft touch back AND linear, as opposed to rounded, sides, it's easy to hold more tightly. Maybe some people want the power/sleep button to be easy to press, but when I press it, I do it when I'm in the transition of changing the phone's position in my hand - i.e. just taking it out of or putting it back into my pocket.
The USB port. I find that it gets easier to take on and off with time just as most simple things get easier with practice. I usually keep mine charged while working, whenever I keep it at my desk, and it doesn't bother me to mess with the flap. Actually, I much rather have the flap which creates a more waterproof seal (which is legit and not just a guess - but don't expect to submerse the entire phone in water and it be OK). I also use wireless charging at night. I keep the charger next to my bed so that if I need to use my phone at night, I don't need to fiddle with a cord and try to plug it in in the dark. I love wireless charging - I had it with my Palm Pre - but it is not quite a must have.
Many people have said this and it is true for me as well: "This is the best screen I have ever seen on a phone." The resolution is awesome, and the colors are bright, vibrant, and true-to-hue, not oversaturated like Samsung's screens. The problem with the Note 2's screen for me was that it was a little dim, a little bluish overall, colors and contrast were exaggerated, and resolution was not stellar. I want a stellar screen. It would be easy to "get by" with the Note 2's screen because it is very good, but since I had the option to go for the very best screen, I wanted to - as that is where my priorities lie - and I don't regret it.
Most apps work well on this phone. The one thing I really miss is using a stylus for Draw Something. I really love using a stylus for drawing and writing. Because the resolution of this phone is so high, Draw Something icons are much smaller and it's very difficult to accurately draw with one's finger.
Best I've ever used on a phone. It might be similar to iPhone 5, but I'm confident that it is better than Samsung's Galaxy S3 and Note 2, and other HTC phones like the One X.
Video is very good. And it's awesome to watch 1080p content you just shot on its 1080p screen. One feature I think is cool and didn't realize how useful it would be is the snapshot during video playback.. not while shooting a video but while watching a video. I set up my camera to record a series of backflips I did outside, and I was able to capture some amazing stills of me upside down and mid flip. I found a good shot of me upside down with a good look at my face, and I am going to draw a self-portrait of me using it for my drawing class's final project.
Front-facing camera - very crisp and the wide angle lens is extremely useful.
Both cameras do suffer a bit in low light settings.
Reception, Call Quality and Sound
The reception in terms of wifi, 3G and 4G are amazing with this phone. Speeds are better on it than anything I've tried. I appreciate the bluetooth 4.0 spec, but I'm not sure how it compares to bluetooth 2.1. I had 1 repeatable problem pairing a keyboard because it said password was incorrect, but it never gave me the option to enter a password. Other pairings were very successful. Call Quality and speaker phone are very very good. The sound coming through the rear speaker and the audio jack are very good - the best I've heard on any phone - but this is the first time using a beats audio infused phone (I do have an HP laptop with beats which is also great). I don't like to mess around with equalizers myself, and if that's all this beats audio implementation is, then I'm OK with that.
Performance and Sense
I like Sense more than Touchwiz in terms of interface, but I did like more features that Touchwiz brought - like face tracking for device orientation or keeping the phone's screen on - but Sense adds useful features on top of Android 4.1.2. I would choose the Gmail app over HTC's any day though, especially now that Gmail has full-screen email viewing and zoom capabilities, while HTC's doesn't even let you advance to the next message without going back to the list of emails (e.g. inbox).
This phone is blazing fast with it's Quad Core Snapdragon S4 Pro processor and 2 GB RAM, and the camera focuses and snaps images super fast with the ImageSense dedicated camera processor.
Not the best. But not the worst. If I didn't have my phone charging most of the day, I think I would have problems. I'll find out when I spend a longer day away from an outlet, but even when I drive I tend to charge it because I'm in the habit. I like leaving work with 100% battery and I usually have about 35/45% when I go to bed by midnight. I don't care that the battery is non-removable because I don't like the hassle of keeping track of multiple batteries.
I like that this has 3 dedicated android keys below the screen rather than using android's stock format of onscreen keyboards because the 16:9 screen can always be completely used.
I love the red and black design. It's not just Verizon branding, it's not just HTC branding, and it's not just Beats Audio branding - all of which regularly use red and black - it's good design. And the accents of red are not overwhelming, they are tastefully placed.
The phone is durable. I dropped it a couple of times on hardwood or thin carpet with concrete underneath and there is nothing noticeable. Sometimes I try to carry too many things instead of using my pockets - so that's my fault. I don't like using a cover because I like to keep the look of my phone, but I might get one to make it nicer to hold in the hand for long periods of time and to incorporate a kickstand for watching content. I do know that wireless charging does work through a case.
Storage is too small for my liking, but not a dealbreaker. I use drop box to offload my photos to, but I only do that after I sort through which photos I would like to keep. Initially I set everything to automatically go to drop box, but then a bunch of junky pictures (in terms of bad subject matter, not photo quality) get uploaded and I have to delete them to avoid sorting through all of them. I wish there was a micro SD card slot.. It hasn't bothered me too much yet because I haven't reached my limit, but I imagine it will get frustrating using the cloud so much while on a limited, shared data plan.
I like the notification light being on the front AND back.. just a little touch of innovation that no other phone has.
I show this off more than I did the Note 2.
December 7, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5Â by MrMomo Ferrari of Androids
It is fast, fun, easy to use and is, almost, a generation ahead of others. The limitations (more memory and bigger battery) are there, probably for the next rev, but, easily overlooked. Loved my Razr, but, it developed issues (after being slammed in a car door (long story)). So, I shopped (for a new Razr) and looked a bit at this and other devices; wife has an Galaxy S3; son has the Note 2..(the pressure), but, I bought this and they are both envious (speed and picture quality and audio).
I see holding on to this phone for a very long while. The audio is awesome, and watching movies... I forget the screen size is only 5" and I become completely absorbed. I can't wait to try out the ISIS function and yes, with the charge pad and NFC... this phone puts me on the forefront.
March 5, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5Â by Tag17 Great phone except....SIM CARD!!
Started out as a real nice phone. And then I started having issues with the SIM card. Yes, the same issues that many reviews complain about. Mine got to the point it was not detecting the SIM card several times a day. The patch that came out didn't fix it. I toggled the Airplane mode on and off, as suggested by tech support, it was a temporary fix. I had the SIM card replaced, only to have the exact same thing happen the next day.
Today I called Verizon for the last time and told them I wanted a new phone. To my surprise, they asked me which one I wanted, and offered to replace the screen protectors and case. This is a known issue with the DNA, and there is no fix for it as of yet.
March 27, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5Â by fivestarr great display and good size
iI likes this phone. its fast, great design and good price. its the best bang for your buck
December 22, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5Â by rgii Best phone I have had
December 11, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5Â by vwbtl99 Best phone ever
I've had the DNA for a month now and all I can say is wow! For those with battery concerns... do not worry! I had an HTC Thunderbolt before and an Eris before that. I use this phone just as much if not more than the others and I charge it every other day, incredible. Looks, performance and everything else it's just perfect. Will not be disappointed.
January 3, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5Â by johnnyd64 great phone/poor battery
Picked up phone five days ago and can honestly say this is the the best smartphone I have ever used.Every thing about phone is better and faster than I could have imagined,unfortunately the battery doesn't last very long.Fully charged it drains down to 60% after 3hrs without a single call.To fast to be charging twice a day for me on a brand new phone.Going back tomorrow as battery life is Way to short.
January 14, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by fordman1224 Great Phone
The screen resolution on this phone is AWESOME, dual HD video cameras with still shot capture is great. No disappointments thus far. Really fast 4GLTE service. I dont know what more anyone could ever ask for from such a portable device.
November 29, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Arcblast Try & find a better phone!!!
This new HTC Droid is the best phone out on the market right now! Hands down not even close!
January 29, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by PhonefightMoe Best Android Ever...?
I hate to repeat what most reviewers, along with every tech site, have been concerned with...but it is tough to overlook. I finally own a phone that I can truly say is great...but the catch is to be constantly concerned with memory space. This phone has 16gb built in, with about 11 available. I put my music on there (2GB) and some pictures/videos. I am now down to 7GB. With a screen this great, I really wish I had the option to download full movies (Unlimited Data Plan) without worrying about how much space I have remaining. My previous phone, the Galaxy S III, had a total of 20GB of my music, pictures and videos. This was a combination of my 16GB memory card and 16GB of on device storage. I now have a new phone with better media capabilities, but with less ability to store what I am used to having with me at all times. Cloud storage is an alternative, but, IMO, nothing beats having content available with or without a data connection. Enough about memory...now the rest of the phone...
In the last year alone, I have owned and used in order (deep breath)....iPhone 4, Droid Charge, Droid Bionic, iPhone 4S, Droid RAZR, Galaxy Nexus, HTC Rezound, HTC Trophy, Blackberry 9930, Droid RAZR MAXX, Galaxy S III and iPhone 5. The Droid DNA is Definitely the best of these devices in terms of speed, build and call quality. The camera on the DNA is among the best easily. The screen resolution really helps enhance pictures that you take, and recorded videos are phenomenal.
Call Quality/ Signal has been great. I was getting one to zero bars at work with my Nexus and S3, but with the DNA i get consistently 2-3. My workplace is a known trouble area for Verizon service. Call quality is also great, even in places where my S3 would break up.
Battery Life has been decent. I have been able to make it about 12 hours on a single charge. My Galaxy s3 did better in this department. The features of this phone make the battery life bearable, and with the help of my car charger I never really have to worry about my battery dying. On a side note: I charge the DNA wirelessly over night, so that may have an impact on battery life. Wireless charging works great BTW. Just drop the phone on the mat and youre done.
Beats Audio makes the music player amazing. I dont put the volume at max when using headphones due to the great sound output. With the volume halfway it is surely enough to satisfy your ear drums. I use my Beats headphones from my rezound and I can say that the combo make for the best sounding audio I have ever experienced from any mobile device.
SIZE is great. The screen is 5 inches, but it doesnt feel like it when holding it. I can easily navigate the phone one handed, but still get to enjoy the giant screen. I used the note 2 on a different carrier and I couldnt last longer than a week. This phone is great alternative to the Note 2. Great screen size and still pocketable.
I highly recommend this phone to anyone! Just please be aware of the memory situation. Even with the limited Memory, I still give it 5 Stars. This is the Ultimate smartphone, and if it wasnt for the limited memory, it would be THE BEST PHONE EVER!!!!
November 24, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5Â by toyowner Size related to performance
The smart phone has evolved in the last 2 years. The catch phrase that HTC uses is "quietly brilliant" and I think this phone is agood example of that. In our last plan, my wife got the HTC Thunderbolt, She was quite content with it and as the brand I chose was giving me problems over the last 9 months leading up to my contract renewal, my plans were to NOT choose the same brand again. I did weeks of research knowing that what I chose I'd be stuck with for a while. I thought I had already picked out my replacement phone brand and was even more sure with the announcement of the next upgrade to thier Galaxy series (if that gives you a hint) I found that very few people had any thing really bad to say about the DNA except battery, and that was spread evenly accross all brands. I must say that there are many reviews that cross compare 2 different devices with PRO 'GEEKS" giving you the lowdown on every thing they see in strengths and weaknesses and things you may not even think of. With all that said after 3 weeks of use I can say that I chose the right phone, and as my wife gloats her iPhone 5 (after it split all her contacts in to 2400 entries) I can see my screen and have a full keyboard to type in social media apps (take that iPhone). Overall I would say that I ahve no remorse on my choice nad think that HTC had done there homework in designing this phone.
March 31, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Libboh1 So Diffrent
Wow what a product I lost my RAZR and took the DNA what a change. The only disappointment is the lack of external memory. Otherwise it's fast and the sound is outstanding. I will show this to friends and I hope they at least look at it for an option. For business it would be nice, for fun it's really fun. I've been very busy. Anyone would be happy with this phone but still do your research if you just want something to just call on, this would be over priced, and every child in your family would borrow it to play with or to do their Facebook networking. If you want power and the ability to get work done and have fun with easy access, well this is your phone. Outlook, Yahoo, G-Mail, or any other e-mail will work even Corp. It has a voice recorder, and it's ease to share Data, Pictures, Music, just like the Samsung. I will recommend this phone.
December 30, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5Â by INCREDIBLEexceptBattery Amazing phone, surprisingly comfortable
This phone feels a lot smaller in the hand than my Galaxy S3 did, even though the screen is larger. The display is beautiful. I hate HTC sense, but I can deal with it for this phone. Battery isn't as bad as some reviews claimed. It lasts MUCh longer than an HTC Rezound.
April 5, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Santa25 Literally the best Android ever.
This phone is the best thing I have ever had. When compared to older HTC phones, such as the Incredible 1 & 2, it blows them out of the water. The phone is much larger than anything you're probably used to and is much bigger than it looks, but it is easy to handle. The large screen and 1080p display makes for the best experience you will get on any device. Battery life has been lasting me most of the day with my phone running on a little over 9 hours of on time with 21% of battery still left with moderately heavy usage. The limited space and lack of microSD card slot makes for a lacking area, but isn't a problem unless you plan to pack it full of songs and large files. Cloud alternatives are out there that add multiple gigabytes of storage capacity to that.
All in all, one of the best devices that you will ever own and should definitely get. It is quick, responsive, and dare I say: perfect.
November 22, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5Â by TombRaider19 Honestly...one of the best choices I ever made.
I orginally got the Windows 8X for my upgrade. The representative helping me insisted I get something different but I didn't listen and wanted to give the windows phone a shot. Big mistake!!! I ended up taking the phone back two days later. Indeed I had to learn the hard way but I went ahead with the Droid DNA instead and I must say I absolutely LOVE this phone with a passion. Aside from the fact that it doesn't have a micro SD slot for extra external memory and the back of the phone will grab the oil from your fingers easily, this phone is the best phone I've owned. I'm a phone hopper as well going through Blackberry, LG's, Sony, Apple, Anroid and for 2 long painful days Windows...Phones...I've had perrty much all the blackberry's from curve, pearl to bold. Sony Ericson, BlackJack, LG Vu, Iphone, Thunderbolt, Droid Rzr, Samsung Galaxy s3 (which I believe to be my favorite) then this phone. The design is great and sleek, the display is amazing and speed is phenominal. Def 5 stars from me...mineor issues like I said is the external memory and oil from your fingers on the back but other than that best phone I have ever owned. You won't regret it!!!!!!!
April 17, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by CoachDF Put the stuff on the Cloud
Unbelievably fast, 5" screen is crystal clear. Easy to text (I have big fingers and this is my first non-keyboard Smartphone). Battery Life has been just fine. Let's face it, you are going to be charging your phone once a day or so anyways. Camera shoots awesome video and pictures.
Only knock is only 16GB of internal hard drive, and now external memory. But let's face it, most of us don't need most of that garbage on our phone anyways. Just upload it to the cloud or to an external hard drive every one and a while and you are good. Fantastic phone, would definitely recommend.
January 1, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by bucky2 nice. no sd :(
Very nice feel
November 23, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Spaceman84 Excellent design, top performance, highly recommended
HTC is at the top of their game with the DNA. Beautifully designed, cutting edge performance, the best looking screen on the market. The only drawbacks are that the battery is not swappable or expandable, and there I no SD card port, so you're stuck with stock battery life and storage capacity. If 16gb is enough for you and you don't mind periodic charging, this is a wonderful phone. I wish it had shipped with 32gb of storage but I can live with 16gb for the performance and beauty of the display and overall design. It is an incredibly slick phone.
February 15, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Scerick Amazing phone with one minor flaw, still 5 stars.
This phone is amazing. It's fast, has the best screen on the market and sounds fantastic.
The only drawback is 16GB internal storage with no micro SD slot. Not enough to take a star away in my opinion but this may effect some people.
April 3, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by VET1111 AWESOME!!
Was a little skeptical about this phone but I love the design. This phone is good for those who are not power users. Just be careful if you download Emoji apps...and have the lock set... I locked myself out of phone and had to do a hard reset. Lost some data before backing up. Drippler is a Great app to keep you up to date on your phone.
Try this phone at least, you just might like it regardless!!!
February 13, 2013