Incorrect. It's a Kyocera DuraXV Plus. Yes, text messages are cumbersome, but have adopted the old Twitter methodology when responding. Honestly, this one could very well last ten years if the network carrier wasn't in the process of phasing out their 3G phone coverage. :frown2: Plus, it's highly unlikely someone would be tempted to steal it, but if they do, a good used one can be purchased for under $20 shipped to the front doorstep...lol.I would be guessing Sony Ericsson or Motorola RAZR? Those were some reliable dinosaurs. I had one that lasted over 10 years without any single issue. Then the battery died and I did not bother. Always wanted to go back to flip, I'm an old school that way, but texting is a pain in the butt.