Note from users
Design & Materials
Performance & Hardware
- 20%Less than half day
- 10%Less than a day
- 30%One day
- 30%More than one day
- 10%Two days or more
- 27%It comes with a clean operating system
- 73%It has preinstalled apps but they don't bother me
- 0%It has preinstalled apps that I can't uninstall
- 11%Once a year
- 33%Every six months
- 22%Every two months or less
- Fingerprint sensor overheating and drained battery life
I bought this homtom ht20 pro because i thought the battery life could last longer but i was wrong.
When i u se this phone first thing i do is set my fingee print lock.
It didnt take long before the fingerprint overheat the fingerprint went hot fast and drain my battery faster..
When i watch YouTube,It only take one hours from 100% becoming 50% in battery life.
Then i turn off my finger print sensor. It stop overheating but battery life still drain fast,
And i even put my brightness at the lowest.
The phone is rough..but i dont recommend if using if u are a heavy user, for calling and WhatsApp yes it is good..but battery will drain fast if on video call..
- Dont recommend, its a gamble
I am in Adelaide, Australia, bought this phone from tinydeal for the durability and toughness. The on/off button fell out after a week. The phone worked for text and data but would not make or receive calls no matter what sim card was in it. Very disappointed. Going to send it back. The screen interface was smooth however.
- Can't fault it for the price
Love the phone, cheap and cheerful. Of course its heavier that your normal phone, its a rugged phone and has a larger battery, what do you expect? One of the reasons I wanted the rugged phone was so I don't have to slap a case around it which would bulk a normal phone to a similar size anyway. The microphone works fine, an issue on the earlier HT20. Signal strength for mobile is a little weaker that the Samsung Note 5 I'm comparing it to which is a pity giving it's outdoorsy focus but again, at that price point I can't complain. I also ordered a Doogee T5 lite for my brother, now that's a heavy bulky phone but again bigger battery, metal body and almost a 3rd less in price than this phone its an inedible phone as well, my brother loves it.
- AutoGood device overall
Good device in all robust paint resistant protective film for the screen because with screws and screwdrivers not taken risks it's been two years since I! maintaining the load with a geolocation, and me on emergency call for 4 days, changed the battery but nothing is done. Aupselessance programmed? Pity ! I liked it, for who is of the borrows its heating a little when mm
- AutoVery consistent with its price
My old Samsung Galaxy S2 of the year 2012, with characteristics in theory very inferior, it surpasses it in almost everything. It is not up to its supposed specifications, which makes sense if we consider its low price. It is very heavy and uncomfortable and not as rude as they say, mine could not withstand the not so violent falls, the side buttons flew and the front case broke, for which it is certainly impossible to find a spare online. The performance is more or less poor, it gets stuck at times. In conditions of abundant light is impossible, you can not see anything on the screen, in this sense the worst mobile I've ever had. The camera is terrible. The sound is not bad, but to be absolutely flat back is easily obstructed the output of the audio when leaving it on a surface and it is necessary to put it on something high so that it does not 'drown' the sound.Positives
- Good battery life, the fingerprint sensor goes very well, very affordable price.
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- 3.8 Design & Materials
- 4.7 Performance & Hardware
- 2.9 Camera
- 3.5 Connectivity
- 6.0 Battery
In this case, to determine the score we evaluate 5 general aspects:
- Design and screen
- Hardware and performance
Once these 5 factors have been rated, we introduce the price variable. This means that any two devices with the same ratings get a different Ki score for quality vs price.
Even a device objectively worse than another may have a higher Ki score if it has a better price.
The Ki varies as time goes by. As new devices with better specifications enter the market the Ki score of older devices will go down, always being compensated of their decrease in price.