Summary: NOT ONLY IS IT A GREAT PHONE ...BUT EXCEPTIONAL VALUE.....EASY TO USE ....PERFECT SIZE GREAT INTERNAL STORAGE AND CAN INCREASE WITH MICRO CARD UPTO 32GB SO PLENTY OF ROOM FOR PHOTOS VIDEOS ETC.....CAMERA WORKS WELL ....GREAT QUALITY AND ALL ROUND EXTREMELY PLEASED ... GOOD BATTERY LIFE...WHY PAY £400 FOR OTHERS IS BEYOND ME.....JUST PHONE SNOBBERY..........
Summary: Overall everything as I want. Important pros: price dual SIM all features you need size (fits in the pocket) Important cons: Stupid auto-reply function (this makes it lose the 5th star and makes me even think of 3 stars, see below) battery life (well, as for all smartphones 1 or 2 days) size (it is obvioulsy not a tablet, but I want it as a phone so for me it is a pro as above) Auto-reply function: When I receive a call I can choose to answer, reject, or reject and send...
Summary: Great android smartphone at a reasonable price, does everything as stated in purchase information, haven't found any faults plus having two sim card slots helps since you don't need two phones.
Summary: This is a budget phone. I bought it because I don't want to spend a fortune on a phone when I do most of my stuff via tablet and needed a phone to act as Wifi Hotspot when out and about, I wanted this model for the two-sim flexibility allowing me (as with my previous chinaphone) to carry one phone with both work and home numbers on it and allowing me to switch off the work line when not in office.
Summary: Purchased to replace lost HTC desire until contract is up, meets my requirements and the dual sim feature is a bonus. Note that data connection is only available on sim slot 1 but this is not an issue for me.
Summary: Acer has done well with this little phone--at under £50, it's a steal. The Acer Liquid Z2 Duo Dual Sim Free Smartphone is easy to use and does everything larger, more expensive smartphones do, albeit on a smaller screen. Very easy to set up and get going. For some unknown techy reason I can 'touch type' more accurately on its tiny virtual keyboard than on a bigger smartphone (thought that would be a real problem).
Summary: Used for a few days now. Seems well built. Screen OK and better than some budget phones owned and seen. Some glitches but works pretty well with Jelly Bean. Only just over 1GB ROM left but enough for my usual apps. Wanted dual sim and this feature works well. Compared to other phones and tablets in household the network reception and wireless reception good. Camera poor. Battery life not great. Overall, if you want a dual sim phone this, at £50, seems to be a good buy.