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Great camera! At least for a few months. Now it's really slow to take pictures. So slow it's almost unusable.
The screen is great, but the SOC (Snapdragon 808) was too slow to handle such a definition (QHD). There was a lot of slow downs. Too bad.
Good overall phone. The camera was not great though, and it had the infamous touch issue that was never fixed (hardware issue). Also, it had cracks on the screen, without any impact, and the customer service asked to pay even for the analysis of the issue. It's a no go, and I switched again, less than 6 months after buying it. I still have it as a spare phone though.
Pretty good phone, very poor customer service.
Great phone, almost perfect. I would still have it if it did not have issues with GPS when upgrading to Android 5 lollipop. I had to quickly switch to a phone with a working GPS, and Google never fixed this issue that impacted a lot of Nexus 5, but not all of them.
Great phone. But quickly obsolete by the need of memory and storage in the further versions of Android, and the quickly improving specs on screen resolution. 2 years after its release, it was not possible to update applications due to the lack of storage... Hard early stage of Android.
First smartphone, first success. At the time, there was only GPRS, aka 2G. Not much could be done on the web. There was no website adapted to mobile with adaptative design, there were only some websites for mobile, with text only. Still, the Treo came with a pretty good browser, and allowed tethering for accessing internet from a laptop (one did not have to be in a hurry).
There were no app store. Everything was installed manually.
It was another time, that fortunately has ended.