Kyocera Slider Remix

Ok I am doing my first review, so please be kind.

I got a Kyocera Slider Remix via Cricket and really liked the look and feel of the phone. I had this phone for about a week and have played around with it. Here are the pros and cons that I found.
*One side note I did return this phone because I could not get service at my house, if I would have had service I most likely would have kept the phone.

Very good feel when held. (making calls and the like)
Speaker is loud and clear. (I like loud, my 6600 is not loud enough)
Display is bright.
Great slider lock. (never opened or closed on me, though more use may have changed that)
MP3's sound good via a headset.
Call quality is excellent (when I had signal that is)
Buttons are good sized.
Battery life is great. (for a mid range non-smart phone)

Stub antenna. (I prefer internal)
Keypad is very stiff.
Camera pictures for a 1.3 mp are not very good. (my 6600 camera takes better pictures)
The flash is almost useless.
It will not Ring and Vibrate at the same time.

Sort of Cons:
Filling the memory card to full causes the phone to reset. (in my test you need about 10% of your memory free, tried with a 1gig and a 512mb card)
MP3s played via the speaker are kind of boxy sounding.

Over all it is a reasonable phone (the best Cricket currently has) but not all that sensational.
To give is an "out of ten" rating I would put this phone at 6.5/10.

Some of the Slider Remix specifications:
Dimensions (H x W x D): 3.89 x 1.88 x 0.86 in
Weight (w/standard battery): 3.88 oz
Antenna Type: External
Display: 176 x 200 262K TFT color
Wireless Network Capability: CDMA 800/1900 and Analog 800
Battery Type: Lithium Ion
Talk Time: Up to 3.5 hours
Standby Time: Up to 153 hours
Internal Storage: 16MB
Removable Memory Slot: T-Flash (up to 512MB) *[ it will take a 1gig as well but only 512mb can be used for phone apps, the rest can be used for MP3s]
Speakerphone: Yes (front)
Bluetooth-Enabled: Yes

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