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I read a few of the reviews, and it's comical how kind and sympathetic various reviewers were, while "reviewing" a turd that just broke on them with zero abuse, in a span of 24-48 hours. Every single review should have been absolutely brutal on this thing - but the ones I saw weren't at all. I have no idea who would buy this device even if it were proven durable. 2 grand? Are you kidding me? For a fat, heavy phone with an off-center display with huge bezels, that opens up into a bad version of a mini tablet? People still laugh at the notation of a $1k phone, then turd comes along and doubles that figure. I have NO idea what these guys are thinking.
Responsiveness isn't the only issue. The requirement for pressure to make it work is a durability problem, and in your car is not where you want a durability issue. Resistive screens are an inferior, cost-saving choice, that's the bottom line. I would never put one in my car.As resistive screens go, it's actually reasonably responsive.
The T-Mo Senior plan should have been mentioned. For 55+, 2 lines of T-Mo One is $70 including taxes & fees. Only the account holder needs to be 55+ - second line user can be anyone/any age. Also, the Plus add-on for T-Mo is only $10 per line if for 2 or more lines. We switched to T-Mo 2 years ago after 20 with AT&T and have been VERY happy with the move. Saving a ton of money, customer service is 100x better, and coverage is nearly as good and improving all the time.