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I have had this phone for about 3 weeks and everything on it is what to be expected. Ok, the battery life is not great, but if you are looking for that in a phone, you probably should go with the new razors. Another thing is that I can't find accessories to fit this phone. I have searched Amazon and also called the company that delivered the phone and they said that they don't deal with accessories. I was hoping to get another battery since the life on this one is not great but what are you going to do? The battery for me lasts all day, but I'm not streaming or checking facebook a million times a day. The battery life can be extended by having the auto brightness enabled. The phone is responsive and works well with the StraightTalk plan I purchased. I did have to tweak the internet settings to get picture messaging to work but after that no problems. This phone is good for a general phone user, not one who is a electronic genius. I am not worried about the UI or putting code into the phone or rooting it. I browse the internet, make calls, and texts and I have had no problems with that when I got everything set up for my phone account.
I have been using this book, as well as the 500 Vocabulary word Flashcards and the Math workbook to study for my upcoming GRE exam. After about two months of studying (my test is now about 3 weeks away), I have come to realize that I should have used other study materials and will likely purchase other branded items to finish my studying to ensure a good score on the test.
I pre-ordered Moov NOW when it first became available and seriously anticipated it's release. When I received it, there were a few glitches in getting it to sync with my phone, but I got it to work so I figured no harm, no foul. Unfortunately, there were issues with the receiver not staying in the wristband. I caught it on my desk at work once and again next to me on the couch at home. I started wearing the wristband tighter so there might be less likelihood of the receiver slipping out of the band, but apparently that did not help. Now, less than two weeks after receiving it, the receiver has managed to liberate itself from the band and this time I have no idea where it got to. I really wanted to like this tracker, but if it's so delicate that the receiver doesn't stay inside the wristband when there's any type of movement, it doesn't do me any good. It's supposed to be a convenience, not something that requires constant vigilance to make certain it's still where it's supposed to be.