Reviews and Problems with Prestigio MultiPhone 4500
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11 December 2013
Summary: The phone matches the description and I will strongly recommend it for any person looking for a reliable dual sim smart phone. It is generic in nature but similar or better than some of the big brands esp taking into consideration it's cost-value for money!The phone is solidly build and can last longer.
Summary: Well I tried a galaxy s4 and felt petrified of losing or breaking it. Being way cheaper this does all I need it to although obviously the resolution is lower. The dual sim is useful as I spend a lot of time in spain. Takes normal sim card so switching from my old o2 phone was a doddle and I am not tied into handset or service contracts. I get over a day from the battery but I am not usually playing videos and I keep wifi off if not actually in use.
Summary: Bought this device to replace a GiFive Skyline N3 (rebadged Apollo One K6589) which developed a microUSB port fault less than 6 months after buying it - probably due to a design flaw as the microUSB port does not appear to have adequate casing protection/support. Basically, if considering one of the cheaper and larger phones think carefully first - a phone like this will probably have better longevity.
Summary: Easy to use, Very fast operating system, Twin sim brilliant, This phone is excellent value for money, A real contender in the quality smartphone market. A flip case would be a good idea instead of the case supplied for those who carry in pocket etc. only downside is the battery,which depending on use may need to be charged daily,but a phone that does so much so fast will use power.
Summary: I had my eye on the Prestigio Multiphone 4500 for a while but just couldn't make my mind up. I recently took the plunge and what a good call that turned out to be. This is an excellent product with from a company with a growing reputation. I spend a lot of time in Estonia and Prestigio is a very common low-middle end product over there.
Summary: I have been travelling internationally with this phone for a month now, and am pleased with the phone's good all-round performance. I have previously owned unlocked Blackberry, iPhone, & HTC Android devices, usually using two simultaneously, one on roaming and the other with a local SIM for local calls, email, & other data services. Hence my interest in a dual-SIM solution.
Summary: I wanted a Dual Sim Phone, with a reasonably rugged build and average spec. The Gorilla Glass was a factor in the choice. Was a wee bit unsure of the name but went for it anyway. The phone is great, really responsive, bug free so far, no measurable lag, screen resolution imperceptible, benchmarked at about the same level and a Galaxy SII. The Dual sim feature is well designed and intuitive. Not much Bloat ware on it either which is good.
Summary: I saw the 2 star review and as someone whose had quite a bit of "unknown" computer Gear - usually chinese oem gear I felt I should write a review. Prestigio are not really an unknown company... They have been around quite a while and I've seen quite a few of their tablets floating around, I believe there are based in cyprus! ... not many phones though... I needed a spare and the choice was but a rebadged alcatel or a huawei..
Summary: Is there much confirmation about this manufacturing company to go on? Who is willing to stick their neck out to vouch for them so others can consider their product as a purchase option? UPDATE: Initial post: 21 May 2013 13:41:27 BDT L. Atkins says: Really? You gave it 2 stars because you don't know who they are? Very useful! Your post, in reply to an earlier post on 21 May 2013 13:52:54 BDT Last edited by you 33 minutes ago Mr. B.
Summary: RECEIVED THIS PHONE AFTER MUCH LOOKING AROUND.HAVE BEEN ABSOLUTELY DELIGHTED WITH PHONE,MAY BE NOT AS GOOD AS IPHONE OR THE BETTER SAMSUNGS BUT I HAD A GALAXY ACE AND IT BEATS THIS HANDS DOWN.RECOMEND