If you text A LOT like myself then this is the perfect phone for you. The phone opens up to reveal a full qwerty keypad that makes texting very easy. If you need to text while driving (although not recommended!) there is a smaller display screen on the front for texting as well. The battery life is pretty exceptional, I have to charge it about two-three times per week depending on my usage. The phone is also a music-playing device with very high-standard speakers for a cellular phone. The sound does get quieter when the phone is closed since it blocks the speakers, but is still loud enough to hear throughout the house. It has a camera with 2.0 mega pixels that automatically focuses on the subject and an option sound (EX: "Ready? One, two three!") and takes the picture. There is a flash for darker settings, and by holding the camera button longer, you will get a video camera.
Bluetooth version 1.2 supports hands-free devices
VCAST for music, videos, games, and more!
2.0 mega pixel camera, autofocus, and lens cover
Video zoom up to 2.5x
One touch speakerphone
Text to speech
Text, Picture, and video texting
Wireless Sync E-mail
MY OPINION / CLOSING THOUGHTS
I personally really dig this phone. My only complaint is the size of the phone, it's too big to carry comfortably in my pants pocket. When I do put it in my pocket, it looks a little strange for a girl. I mainly love this phone for the texting, games, and camera. It takes awhile to get used to this type of texting but after awhile it's a lot more comfortable on the fingers than regular phones. The camera is unique in that you can hold it like a "real" camera when shut to take pictures. Again, I recommend this phone to anyone who needs to text all day. If the size bugs you, get the enV2 instead which was just released and I plan to review that phone soon.