Samusng Rant. I got the phone cause there wasn't really nothing else Sprint had at the time that I wanted (and IMO still don't). The Speaker is crap and the keypad is too small.
Samsung Exclaim! - Worst phone I've ever had! Has tons of problems! Overheats, bad reception....losses signal a lot. Texts take long time to get where they are going. Photo texts won't open or display message. Myspace and Facebook logins do not work on the One Click Menu. One Click update took three months to install! This phone is GARBAGE!!! DO NOT buy this phone!!! The Samsung Exclaim is c.r.a.p!!!
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I haven't had many Sprint phones, but the PPC-6700/HTC Apache was by far the worst phone I've ever had. Buggy, crashy, cruddy interface, crappy battery, delays with camera that amde it useless, etc.
<div>No doubt in my mind the N400 (samsung) was and is the worst phone ever made from sprint. Design wise it was a neat phone. But there were so many bugs and problems. My SCP 7300/RL 7300 did not have one issue like the N400. And reception was 100x better ! Whew.</div><div>Sanyo has pretty darn good phones.</div>
<div></div><div>There was one phone, I believe it was the LG 1010 or 1200 that had a widespread problem of the phone going into a state where it would constantly shut off or power cycle. The Samsung N400 probably had the most bugs out of any phone ever.</div><p>Message Edited by larry510 on <span class="date_text">03-06-2007</span><span class="time_text">03:23 PM</span></p>
<div>I have always loved my samsung phones, when I sold phones I wouldnt sell any other type of phone. I actually have a real story I told customers about samsung. Anyway the worst phone I have ever owned was a motorola, it has been awhile so they have probably gotten better, hopefully right.</div>
<div>I have been in this game for a while, first in sales, now on the network side. here is my list of absolutely horrid phones in no particular order</div><div></div><div>LG 1010, Samsung A460, Moto V60v, Samsung A640, sansung N240, and the absolute worst, was the Samsung N400. I was also not impressed with the Treo 700p, but that is a software issue, the phone itself worked great.</div>
<div>I have not heard more complaints about any phone other than the LG 225 and the CDM 120. Unfortunately, because of their cheap (read "free") price, they sell like hotcakes! I think these phones might be half the reason people think that Sprint has a bad network!</div>
<div>The LG PM-225 had the worst battery life of any phone I've ever used and the FOTA (firmware over the air) function never worked like it should have. Also the Kyocera 2255 had the problem where lint would get trapped under the LCD screen.</div>