This was my first ever cellphone that my daddy gave to me. I didn't really like it, but at least I could call my friends on it. The cellphone is small and portable, with a modern look to it. It is a flip phone with a lighted key pad. Once opened, it displays your wallpaper and some options: Message, Menu, and Contacts. There are also shortcut keys on the keypad, which take you to various places on your phone. It has decent features, such as voicemail, text message, pix missage, and apps. No apps other than text come with it, so you would have to buy anything else you want. I don't like that. It's not very durable, since my screen cracked for some reason. It is also easily scratched. I'm a student, so I need a durable, tought phone. This one was not the one. It has three menu colors, some settings, and a calling history, which can be erased. I find it useful to keep track of my calls this way. The only other thing I like about this phone is the camera, which is not really good, but exceptional. It has three resolutions and some effects. The only thing that I hate about the camera is the shutter sound. There are three shutter sounds, but none of the choices can turn the annoying sounds off. I had to settle with the "okay" sound. The signal is bad, even though I'm on "America's Most Reliable Network". They were over-exaggerating on that part, because my phone signal would just cut off inside a building.Even if I'm outside the signal is still crackling. So if you're a person who rarely uses a cellphone, this is the one for you. However, if you're like me, a busy student who has friends to call once in a while, this isn't the one for you.