Omar Al, 17 Oct 2014No expandable memory. No removable battery. Very poor battery life. Very poor screen sunlight ... morei'm using it , and i've no problem as u stated , so please get ur facts right, it's full day battery , and screen is best among all high end phones in that range,
Wow, what a great deal, I save $50 on the phone, for a plan that costs $40/month more than other carriers, adding up to $960 more over the life of the two year contract. So in for the privilege of saving $50, I only have to pay $960! Yay! That's only a net loss of $910. Thanks Verizon, you must really love me.
I can't believe people fall for this stuff. The cost of the phone is trivial compared to the cost of the plans. You have to add the cost of the phone and the cost of the monthly payments over the entire two year contract, to make a real apples to apples comparison to other plans.
And the truth is Verizon is by far the most expensive carrier any way you add it up. If you like Verizon fine, but know that you're paying a good 50% to 100% more over less expensive carriers like Sprint and T-Mobile. AT&T is a little cheaper that Verizon, but also not a great deal.
No expandable memory. No removable battery. Very poor battery life. Very poor screen sunlight visibility. No way.