Summary: With its basic android operating system (gingerbread) and limited memory, this is not a phone to run multiple apps or be fast. Yet the voice recognition software for text messages works extremely well, navigation via Google maps is far better than my satnav which I never bothered to keep upto date, and I enjoy catching up with the news via the free BBC news app I downloaded, and YouTube videos.
Summary: Thought this was a great price from Argos. Didn't want to spend hundreds of pounds as this is my 1st smart phone and wasn't sure if I'd get on with it! Had to return the 1st one as it was faulty- no problem, given a replacement with no questions asked. Think it's going to take some time to get used to the tiny keyboard when texting- keep getting the wrong letters! So far, I've managed to make phone calls, still trying with texting though!
Summary: Love this compact little phone. Did worry as I have very long finger nails but they are no problem at all. Easy to use and I didnt even need to read the instructions or ask the kids! Nice little phone - am very pleased.
Summary: I got it because I needed a second phone, battery life is very good and so easy to use. I have to say I would not like it as my main phone as the memory in it is dire, I have no photos on it, yet I tried to download 1 free simple game and it told me there is not enough memory.
Read the manual first, invest in a smartphone pen as well
melmel "melmel", Amazon
12 February 2014
Summary: smart phones are hard to get used to if you re a total learner like me. my advice would be to use a specific smartphone pen that incorporates a case too and then life becomes much much easier using this. ensure the phone's 'calibrated' before using and read the manual first as a lot of questions along the way are resolved there.