and at first it worked well (even though there is no Hebrew on this phone which sucks for me)
Yehoshua A., Amazon
4 December 2014
Summary: I bought this phone a few months ago, and at first it worked well (even though there is no Hebrew on this phone which sucks for me). After about a year of use, the memory got almost completely full, and I couldn't use many things like my email and Facebook.
Summary: I was looking for an inexpensive, touchscreen, 3G compatible Android phone, and that is exactly what I got. With wifi on, the battery will last all day. The touchscreen works great, and it's a decent Android. I just wish it came with an updated Android version.
Excerpt: I was at first skeptical to see an Android Phone under Dell’s brand name! For all I know, Dell develops a lot of hardware such as laptops, computers and monitors, but android phones, no! Just no! Well, actually, they do. Dell Venue is Dell’s second android smartphone that was …
Summary: This is a good low price android phone for regular use or for a gift . The body is very strong and is elegant too.. has all the basic android functions like email,FB etc. The phone was unlocked as well so can be used with any GSM carrier.. I ordered 2 for gifting my relatives.. :)
Summary: Ok, this is an elegant smartphone, but mine came with a little issue, sometimes just won't boot unless I pull the battery. Sometimes will take 2 battery pulls. Baterry life is somewhat mediocre, screen has an strange green tint compared with other properly calibrated smartphones.