Excerpt: It isn´t the best smartphone but it gets the job done. If you won't spend much money in a smartphone for the price this phone is awesome. But if you are a powerfull user you maybe will need to make other choice.
Summary: This is my first smartphone so cant really compare to others. Seems to work ok. I'm on O2 and internet access is pretty poor. I don't know if its the phone or the network. Wireless broadband at home is fine. Loads of apps available. Could spend hours just playing.
Summary: first of all, unlike it says in the description, my g300 came already updated to icecream sandwich 4.0.3 which makes it even better value for money. phone runs smoothly with hardly any drag. the only thing negative could be the battery which doesnt always get me through the day if i use it a lot.
Summary: A really smart phone with a clear picture screen. Not too easy to see in sunlight particularly when taking photos. The quality of photos is very good. I don't use a mobile that much so it is perfect for me and easy to use. Very useful for checking emails when not at home.
Summary: At the time of writing you simply can't match this phone for the price. I was on a budget and, try as I might, I couldn't find anything that came close to these specs for £100. The key factor is the lovely, bright 480x800 gorilla glass screen.
Summary: This is my first Android phone and I only really use it to check the Met.Office forecast, the BBC news, my emails and the TV listings, oh, yes, and phone people. I have also used it quite happily to watch programs via BBC iPlayer.
Summary: Received my phone a couple of days ago. On the selling page it states that: Product Description SIM FREE - UNLOCKED - JELLY BEAN ANDROID 4.1 PREINSTALLED - PLUS APPS OF YOUR CHOICE ADDED - UNLOCKED I therefore made the assumption that that was what i would get, ie, an unlocked, sim free phone with...