Slow; poor reception; spend a bit more for better features.
2 January 2014
Summary: I've had this phone for over a year now and I wanted to comment on what I have found with the phone... Advantages * Light and small, perfect for pockets. * It's basic, but it's still a smartphone so you can download (some) apps. Disadvantages * Slow. It can take between 5 and 10 seconds to catch up with what you want to do. I sometimes have to leave it in case it crashes, which it has done on a couple of occasions. * Very low memory, even with an SD card.
Summary: I buy this phone for my mom. I don't like but for her its okay. It's easy to use but the software is horrible. The touchscreen sometimes doesn't work. You have to press more to work. But it's okay to make calls, send texts.
Summary: This smartphone's great, eventhough has a small body,compared to the others, but its apps, features, and functions are cool enough for a student like me. This, is very suitable for people who have unlimited demands and deadlines, but dont want to be bothered to buy high-priced smartphones. This smartphone makes me think smart.
Summary: I saw this phone in the store and it sounded good. All I would use it for is texting, the internet and the occasional app or game. The price appealed to me, at just £59.95. I was slightly worried about how small it seemed, but didn't worry overly about it. Getting the phone home, I placed the battery and my old sim card into it and switched it on. The first thing I noticed were the graphics. My eyes felt sore as I tried to study the letters on the screen.
Pros: Stylish-looking, feels nice in the hand and overall cosmetics are okay.