Note from users
Design & Materials
Performance & Hardware
- 8%Less than half day
- 27%Less than a day
- 30%One day
- 32%More than one day
- 3%Two days or more
- 41%It comes with a clean operating system
- 46%It has preinstalled apps but they don't bother me
- 14%It has preinstalled apps that I can't uninstall
- 40%Once a year
- 31%Every six months
- 9%Every two months or less
- My first phone, I loved it! But bad by my new standards
This was my first phone. I might be biased because I love it so much. It's laggy as all hell, it has no flash, the camera is horrible, and it has a 480p screen that I can't see in the daytime, but it was my first experience with a computer I could hold in my hand.
Back then the screen wasn't really an issue so much as it was a standard. It was Usable.
Same with the camera, it was Usable. No flash either, but it's $100 and from 2016, give it a break!
Processor worked back then, but now it takes over 30 seconds to load an app.
Basically, Don't get this phone. The specs are terrible. But the nostalgia of my first phone means I can't resist it's cute plastic frame.Positives
- It has a front camera?
- LED notifications I think
- Ok sound because front firing speakers
- The battery lasts well
- It's so cute!
- Teaches patience
- Literally everything
- Screen, photo quality, no flash
- Snapdragon 410
- USB micro no fast charge
- It's tiny
- A good spare phone
A well built and sturdy body.
Good value for the money at time of buying, start to show it's age now.
Sluggish even in very light day to day usagePositives
- Build quality
- CPU power
- Limited RAM
- Photo (front and back)
- No flash
- Decent workhorse, kids used to love this until pokemon go arrived
Good little phone, got 2 of these and worked well over year until pokemon go arrived and i got tired of manually installing updates for it.Positives
- only 1gb memory
- It was a great experience and while it has some shortcomings, when you consider the price and the pure android system, it is very enjoyable
Comfortable, 4.5p screen is very easy to handle with one hand and fits every pocket. It feels sturdy and had survived more falls than I wish it had, great battery, long a full day with heavy usage and screen on time. The performance is decent, but considering the price range and the pure android experience, it is simple the best budget phone you can get from a great company.Positives
- Small size means easy to use with one hand
- Battery last for a full day with heave usage
- Chipset and ram combined with pure stock android equals a decent performance for its price
- It supports 4G
- Solid construction and splash resistant, scratch resistant screen and so give you peace of mind
- Screen is low res (960x540)
- On screen buttons means less screen real estate
- While it has expandable memory, 8gb is scarce for the most heavy apps and you will eventually have to uninstall some of them
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- 2.5 Design & Materials
- 2.8 Performance & Hardware
- 4.1 Camera
- 3.5 Connectivity
- 3.2 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.