|NEW AT&T QUICKFIRE QUAD GSM+3G+GPS+QWERTY+TOUCHSCREEN+EXTRAS|
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|UTStarcom Quickfire GTX75 - Orange (AT&T) GSM Cellular Phone|
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|Experience smooth mobile web browsing with the UTStarcom Quickfire cell phone. Packed with a plethora of features, this AT & T UTStarcom mobile phone allows you to personalize every aspect of the phone. Additionally, the 2.8-inch LCD touchscreen of this QWERTY handset enables you to access the phone features with ease. Also, UTStarcom Quickfire cell phone’s 1.3 MP camera lets you capture excellent quality photos and videos. Supporting a 3G connection, this orange UTStarcom mobile phone allows you to surf high-speed Internet on the move. With voice control functionality, this QWERTY handset lets you place a call or play a song by using just your voice.|
|Network Technology||GSM / WCDMA (UMTS)|
|Band||WCDMA (UMTS) / GSM 850/900/1800/1900|
|Supported Flash Memory Cards||MicroSD|
|Battery Type||Lithium Ion|
|Battery Capacity||1200 mAh|
|Battery Talk Time||Up to 180 min|
|Battery Standby Time||Up to 288 hr|
|Display Technology||LCD display|
|Diagonal Screen Size||2.8 in.|
|Display Resolution||240 x 320 pixels|
|Color Depth||18-bit (262000 Colors)|
|QWERTY Physical Keyboard||Yes|
"The AT&T Quickfire has both a touch screen and a slide-out QWERTY keyboard. It also has multimedia features, HSDPA speed, stereo Bluetooth, A-GPS, and a full HTML browser."
"The AT&T Quickfire suffers from a slightly finicky touch-screen interface, especially when it comes to the browser."
"Though it has a few design quirks, the AT&T Quickfire's impressive feature set and intuitive controls make it one of the better messaging phones out there."
Average review score based on 251 user reviews
of customers recommend this product
Alright, I bought this off of Ebay for $50-60.
That was my first mistake. I really wish I had just saved my money for a different phone.
- The QWERTY keypad is fairly simple to use.
- And I haven't had any problems with the battery life.
- Touch screen is literally garbage.
- My phone freezes all of the time.
- It will randomly shut off whenever I'm texting.
- You can't text unless the keypad is open
- All of the apps, are annoying to get to.
- You can't change the main screen apps.
- It comes unlocked when you slide open the keypad.
- The phone is pretty bulky as well.
I purchased the Att Quickfire and Love almost everything about it. The screen has great responce to the touch and the keyboard is perfect for text messaging. My only dislike is my music. When I put my memory card in the phone it will play my music but it doesn't show me the name or title of the song. I have to guess what song i''m choosing. Could be just my phone and not all but i'm not too worried about it because I have my Ipod for that purpose. This phone is awesome.
The phone had the feel of my 4 year olds toy cell phone. The touch screen was not very user friendly and it would never have any service. Countless times a message could not be sent or received because of the lack of bars. The phones antenna is horrible. Calls would frequently drop because of the lack of bars. Stay away from this phone!
I actually ordered my QF from AT&T. When I did, I had no idea that there had been a recall on the phone. I have a lot of friends and family that actually work for AT&T, and that is how I found out about the recall after the fact. The recall was not because the phone freezes, as another reviewer mentioned. The recall was due to the fact that the original chargers were overheating and causing fires! Aside frome that little tidbit, the phone does freeze a lot, which I read would probably happen, and thought I could live with. I was wrong. It is quite bulky, but I didn't mind. Actually, that was the 1 quality that I DID like about it. I "knew" I had a phone in my hand when I was using it. The reception was horrible no matter where I stood. The main reason I ended up getting a new phone was because the battery life was horrible! I would charge to a full charge and by the end of the day, my battery would be dead. I don't talk that much, and I'm not much of a texter either. So the phone didn't really even have average use when I got rid of it. Anyway, one day it died, and I put it on charge, and there was no indication that it was even charging. So, I fiddled with it for about an hour, trying to get it to charge, and decided to get a cheap gophone to replace it for the time being. After I got home with the gophone, and spoke to customer service about the QF, I messed with it some more. The stupid thing finally decided to charge! I decided that I had enough, and purchased the LG Neon, which I have had for 2 months, and have had no problems with. Bottom line, If you're going to spend your money, look at reviews on other phones first, and save yourself the headache and hassle. Don't buy this phone. There IS a reason AT&T no longer offers this phone! Good luck!
The phone looks nice but don't let the looks fool you, the touch screen freezes up all the time so you have to reboot the phone several times a day. I just ordered a Blackberry a week after i got this one because I have had so many issues with this phone, Good luck!!!