Summary: Arrived ahead of schedule. Invoice says new but box was unsealed not sure why that would be although as far as I could see phone was unused no scratches or anything. I have had many mobiles as has my husband which is just as well as the instruction manual was in French ! I have a reasonable command of the language so that with some pictures meant I was able to set it up, insert sims, battery and put on charge, not so sure if this was a first phone how I would have got...
Summary: It's a great phone if you don't want to use a smartphone or need a phone with a dual sim option. I got the white one at first but then returned it as it just didn't look great. The black one is much better.
Summary: My Dad likes it and finds it easy to use. He used to have a smart phone but rarely used any of the apps, download any apps and basically just a phone for making/receiving calls. The physical buttons make it easy to navigate round and the fact that its not a smart phone means that battery life lasts for 4/5 days. Really good phone for people who do not need a smart phone and maybe their hand movement is slightly impaired.
Summary: Bought this to replace a rather basic Nokia which I dropped into a cup of tea! It is easy to use although I find the keys slightly stiffer than my old model. The camera is reasonable for a relatively cheap phone. It's a bit of a slippery critter - it's case is extremely smooth and has popped out of my hand a few times! I use my phone mainly for texting & quick calls so can't say about the apps or internet. For the money I paid, I'm happy.
Summary: Not sure why I needed a dual sim but anyway I have 2 payg sims in it and the feature works well. Nice phone, love the larger screen and the long battery life. But why is it that I have to stand on one leg and wave it in the air ( the phone, not my leg) to get a signal in my home? Noticed all newer phones have this problem whereas my old indestructible** Nokia 6230i had no problems at all.