|Storage Capacity||512 MB|
|Network Technology||GSM / WCDMA (UMTS)|
|Band||WCDMA (UMTS) / GSM 900/1800/1900|
|Supported Flash Memory Cards||Micro SDHC|
|Battery Type||Lithium Ion|
|Battery Capacity||1250 mAh|
|Battery Talk Time||Up to 240 min|
|Battery Standby Time||Up to 200 hr|
|Display Technology||TFT LCD|
|Diagonal Screen Size||3.5 in.|
Average review score based on 3 user reviews
of customers recommend this product
Less sleek than the HTC Explorer that was purported to be for the smartphone novice, but far easier to navigate. The price paid on ebay was miles cheaper than what my network provider would have me pay for a phone of this calibre.
My aim for getting this phone was primarily to make phone calls;to access my email account and online banking in an emergency when away from my laptop; to log on to my online study account when on the move;listen to my favourite radio station while at work without having to plug my headphones to my CPU. I'm able to do all.
The battery life is extremely good as long as you're not downloading too much data or streaming. I have gone to sleep on several occasions listening to the radio on my mobile and still had plenty of juice left in the battery to listen to the radio all day without charging. I've never had that before with any of my previous mobiles, so I'm supremely impressed.
I marked it down on ease of use, because it took me a while to figure out how to delete texts and add/edit new contacts and a few other simple things, which I will figure out in time. I also marked it down on features, because I hate anything that requires me to sign up to some website before I can use it - the calendar, note book and a few other applications require you to sign up to Google or carry out some other step before use. What's that all about?!? It never used to be so complicagted in the good old day! I've decided not to use those features/apps for now.
I was also disappointed that it didn't come with any free de-stressing games (I dislike all card games, but even solitaire is not on this mobile). It does have some very interesting ring tones, which I enjoy changing from time to time. I also wanted a bigger screen like 4", 4.5" of even 5.5" instead of the 3.5" screen I have.Howver, it is still better than the 2.5 I had previously, so I am content.
It has some great features including sat nav and GPS. Like I stated, I'm a novice and do not require my mobile to do back flips, just be able to to make phone calls easily,save and edit contacts and texts with minimum stress, listen to the radio and navigate the internet with ease.I'd like to think I'm not asking for the moon here. I think it does most of the tasks fairly well, so I'm very happy with my purchase and would definitely recommend.
This is the first android phone I have owned so far its been
great I'm still learning all the do's and don't about it.
the touch screen works well and the wifi is good.
the battery life is quite good as well.
But I did purchase two new one's to keep as spare's.
I've not been disappointed with it The price was great for the phone as well I have seen phones much dearer that do just the same thing as this one 'I love it' The camera is very good to. Yes I would recommend this phone.
Why you bought it
Lost my Galaxy ace and wanted a cheaper replacement
- What you like most about it
Similar to the galazy ace but a bit slower
- What you dislike about it
There is no timer
There is no card to save photos onto and therefore I cannot send photos via whatsapp
I do not like the predictive text mode
I do not like how small the keyboard is to type on
- Whether or not you would buy the product again
I would invest a little more in my original phone