“I originally purchased this unit as a Virgin Mobile prepaid unit. Several Verizon users had managed to adjust enough settings to get it working on Verizon, so I took the plunge. The phone was innovative when it was released... it was heavily advertized and hyped. When I got it, I had lots of fun handing it to people and saying "here, open this phone." Most could not, just because no one had...” --pgens
“I have this phone for about two years. When I had it I wasn't a very big texter and did not require or want the ability to listen to music or browse the internet. I would say my main draw to the phone was the sliding. I don't remember much of the phone (I guess that shows it was not that impressive). I de remember the speaker phone to be very loud. The buttons were kind of small, but I have...” --TheEli
This entry-level, flip CDMA phone sports an external display, voice command, speakerphone, and BREW for downloading ringers, games, and more. Some models include Bluetooth (the TNT does NOT).
This replacement for the K323 is thinner and lighter, while adding a color external display and (on some versions) support for CDMA 1700. Other features of this affordable clamshell phone are similar, including a VGA camera, Bluetooth, speakerphone, BREW, and voice dialing.
This compact, basic CDMA phone sports a clean design with an internal antenna. Key features include full-duplex speakerphone, voice memo, voice dialing, and Java or Simple BREW for adding games and content.