Excerpt: This phone has merits such as good touch screen, colour depth is good, good ringtones then previous dual sim 3.2mp d880, direct acces to communities like google, tweeter, e.t.c (which in my case of no use). But its demerits are also prominent, as i am old user of dual sim like d880, trend d786i.
Excerpt: Being in a situation where I had to carry two cell phones just to have both my active phone numbers with me n was right before me, I was introduced to dual sim card phones right from the beginning of that fashion However, lots of those nifty gadgets barely meet the user requirements or tend to break down one or two months after the warranty expiration. I was in search for a robust piece of technology, with a well-known and trusted brand name printed on it.
Summary: The convenience of the dual SIM is the best feature of this phone - no more work and personal phones to juggle. Touch screen is good and camera surprisingly good. The only feature it's missing is android capability. Some essential apps just don't appear in Java versions. Nonetheless, a great piece of kit and ideal for anyone juggling two phones at present.
Summary: Does what I hoped it would do - save me carrying and remembering to charge two mobile phones. And sometimes two Bluetooth earpieces. My Nokia car hands-free kit supports multiple phones but not at the same time. So, a huge improvement. Works with my French and UK SIM cards installed and accepts incoming calls on either. Sensitivity is fine. You can set, and easily change, the default SIM, and temporarily flip between if required.