The good: QWERTY keyboardOpera Mini BrowserHello UIThreaded text messagingThe bad: Camera can take some grainy picturesStock web browserTouchscreen can be a bit laggyMain MenuSummary: This is a great option if you want an LG Rumor Touch but without the 2 year contract. The touchscreen is OK, but it can be a bit laggy at times. When you tap the home tab or the home button, you get a list where you can edit and remove apps. When you go to the main menu, the main menu is in a list style form. It can be boring. The Hello UI Interface is pretty unique. You go to the Hello UI tab on the botton and you can add or romove contacts from the list and you can circle around the contacts and send a group text message. The QWERTY keyboard on this row is excellent. You get 5 rows, the top dedicated to numbers. They have nice bubble-like shape and they have tactile feedback. You also get a emotion con button. The stock web browser is pretty weak. You can download the Opera Mini web browser 5.1. This makes web browsing on this phone awsome. You get a calender, record voice, voice reader, memory card slot located at the side of the phone, the lock/power button is on the left side, and a dedicated camera key on the right side. The camera is 2.0 Megapixels. It takes OK pictures, but just dont expect high end pictures. You get the basic settings like Fun frames, change resolution, etc. You can also record video. You can pause it and change the brightness or zoom in while recording video. The call quality is exellent. I could hear the other end clearly. The battery life of the phone is OK. But you do have to recharge it after 2 days or more if you use the web alot.