- The battery life is very good for it being a 4G-enabled Android phone. It lasts around 10-12 ish hours with moderate use (texting, a few calls, some app use and internet surfing) if I leave the 4G on continuously. If I disable mobile internet when I'm not actively using it, it lasts over twenty-four hours.
- It came with a pair of really awesome headphones, which was pretty cool as I needed some new ones.
- It's super fast.
- I'm getting really good reception with it despite living in an area that is abundant in dead spots (downside to living in the mountains).
- The big screen is nice.
- It has a front and rear-facing camera, and the photo quality is really great. The front camera also has a flash on it.
- I still miss having phones that I don't have to charge every day.
- It's almost too big and can be difficult to hold and manipulate, especially with a protective case on. Granted, I have pretty small hands.
- Speaking of, the Verizon-authorized case makes it hard to hit the power button because it partially covers it.
- The phone comes with a bunch of random, stupid apps that I will never use, but since they are factory installed, I can't seem to get rid of. Blockbuster? Hot Pursuit? Let's Golf 2? REALLY?
- Apps randomly come on when you're not using them, which can really drain the battery. Making good use of the task manager (or downloading a third-party app killer) is a must.
Overall, though, I'd definitely recommend it.