Cons: Seems a bit hard to hear for me with volume all the way up. I believe this is because I am used to a flip phone. When I had an older Blackberry I had the same issues with how to hold the phone to the ear.
Summary: ACTUALIZACION DEL BLU DASH D270A A ICE CREAM SANDWICH 4.04 FIXED ALL BUG UPDATE BY BLU PRODUCTS [...] Compre este smartphone debido a que lo vi a 120$ y telefonos de estas caracteristicas cuesta hasta 300, tenia un samsung galaxy y . y puedo decir que este telefono no es tan malo como dicen... Al comienzo queria dar problemas, con el google play services en youtube pero nada que pueda solucionarse con tocar afuera del anuncio donde lo piden y listo no te lo pide mas...
Summary: Pro: the call quality was quite good and the screen was also pleasant. I noticed other reviewers complained it did not mesh nicely with the Google Play Store, but I had no problems downloading apps and synching with my Google accounts. Con: This phone is too underpowered. Try to send a text message and the keyboard crashes. The only thing I could take a photo of was a still life because the camera takes too long to take a picture when clicking the shutter.
Pros: No hardware for this price comes close, I did a ton of research and BLU wins the value proposition hands down. Nowhere will you find more power for the money.
Cons: I was very nervous making this purchase but after receiving the phone and putting in my T-Mobile SIM card, had no issues getting it setup. I was able to make a call literally in 5 minutes. The only problem I could not fix was there is a green exclamation mark on the top of the phone indicating my CDMA slot was not filled. Since I only use GPRS, I don't know why there isn't an option to remove this warning.
Summary: i bought this amartphone to replace my samsung galaxy precedent i was using on straight talk i have been using it for around 3 weeks now and i have zero complaints here is a more detailed list of specs and whats in the box cause if your like me you want to know those things. -Includes BLU D270A handset, lithium-ion battery, back-door, charger, user's guide -Compatible with GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz, HSDPA 850/1900/2100MHz networks -Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS...
Summary: Overall, this is one of the cheapest made phones I have ever had. The look and feel is not what I am used to for an Android phone. I have had all prepaid Android phones, but would not buy this brand again.
Summary: What I was looking for in a phone was as new of an operating system as I could get and 1GHz processor for less than $200. That's what this phone offered for $118. I have used it for a month and it works better than I expected. I've dropped it once already on a tile floor and the back popped off but that was all that happened. I don't think it will hold up to being dropped once a day, but it was nice to get this acid test out of the way! Build quality is average.