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The quickfire is a good replacement phone. It does not have a 3.5mm audio inlet and usb charging port is older generation. It is very slow after bootup. It also has built-in web browser making settings virtually impossible to setup web browsing with other company and even AT&T. It can however make decent calls and has qwerty keyboard. The older gen software and hardware and lack of music functionality makes it a text and talk phone and not a multimedia phone that it could have been when there are now android phones and basic phones with much better functions.
Ordered this phone for my 14 year old son. He really wanted a full keyboard and at least a partial touch screen. This phone had both. He likes the size of the phone and the "slider" feature. The phone slides to reveal the keyboard. So far no problems whatsoever with this phone. Battery life seems good (couple days on one charge at least).
This phone is an earlier design with the full qwerty keyboard. Now that i Phones and other touch screens have arrived, this is getting lost in the rush. It is a good, sturdy model that suits a teenage boy who is hard on his phones. A little more bulky but I feel that it will last longer.
What I like?
-Touch Screen Capabilities with a QWERTY Keyboard
What I love?
-Speed of texting (sending and receiving) and size of the touch screen.
What I dislike / hate?
-Overall bulkiness of the the phone (very thick) and no t9 or texting without the keyboard function.
Why I decided to buy it?
-I loved my AT&T LG Vu, before it broke, and loved its all touch screen format. I wanted that in my next phone, but with a QWERTY keyboard b/c I have stubby finger tips. So it was hard at times on the Vu to type on its touch screen keyboard.
I'm very happy with the new phone. It's a very large upgrade from the go phone I was using after the Vu broke. I can not wait to try out over the next couple days to really try it out.
Granddaughter loves her phone. It was exactly like you described. Would buy from you again. She said she would like to text from her touch screen, she cant do this. Would of been a good feature.
I bought the UTStarcom Quickfire two days ago and was immediately impressed with the number of features available on this inexpensive phone. It has a 1.3M-pixel camera, video camera, and speakerphone. The Quickfire's size is perfect for carrying in a pocket and the battery has a pretty good lifespan of roughly 4 hours.
This phone looks great. It operates wonderful, i like it for texting it has the qwerty key pad , n has the camera , i text alot so it works out great.I just wish there was a way when u delete your messages that the people would delete out your recently sent.i can't find that feature with this .
The main reason I bought an AT&T quickfire is because our family had older phones and we began to use texting more often. AT&T Quickfire is one of the most user friendly phones I've ever had and the touch screen makes it that much easier.
I bought the NewPhone 74205 three weeks ago and was immediately impressed with the number of features available on this inexpensive phone. It has a 1M-pixel camera, video camera, and speakerphone. The NewPhone's size is perfect for carrying in a pocket and the battery has a pretty good lifespan of roughly 4 hours. My only complaint is that the menu system on the phone makes you click four times before you can find someone in the address book, set an alarm, or perform a additional functions. Other phones I've owned have simpler menus and get you to important features easily. Overall, I'd recommend the phone if you're on a budget.
The phone works perfectly with my service. I haven't had any service probems like reception. It took a little while to figure out how to use it, but the manulal was very helpful. The touch pad is not sensitive, you really have to push on the screen. All in all I really like and enjoy this phone.