Mike Reilly (the parable of the prodigal So..., Amazon
2 weeks ago
Summary: If you are not an attention junkie [ie not compulsively checking faceache and twitter every couple of minutes] If you find it just about impossible to send a text [or do anything else] with a 'smart' phone If you dont believe using a phone should require your left hand to perform the role of a tripod If you think a 'full charge' should last longer than all morning Then this is the phone for you.
Summary: Good value basic phone with email and Internet. Nice size screen and feels solid and well made and has stylish looks. Very easy to use, works fine on O2 with standard sim card. Only gripes are the slippery surface which makes it easy to drop but you can get a good phone cover on Amazon for a few quid, also the headset is quite cheap with poor sound. Still great value compared to smartphones.
Summary: I wanted something that was easy to use, the buttons on this phone are not too close together, so there are less "mistakes". My previous phone felt very plasticky but this feels solid. I am very happy with this product.
Happy with phone, purchased to replace touch screen model
Mr. R. West, Amazon
15 March 2014
Summary: The touch screen konked after not a very long time. I realised when it had failed completely that it wasn't working properly from the start. It took a couple of swipes to unlock the key pad, which is actually the fault manifesting itself, then eventually would only work down one side. If you squeeze the phone at the top RH corner it works in a fashion. Didn't bother to take it back because of the sales peoples don't care attitudes when giving you the brush off.