Summary: The phone is rather old (more than 2 years) so OS and CPU are quite slow The physical keyboard helps a lot for all emails and texts Therefore, it is mainly for answering emails, whats-app and such but not to surf the web For that it is a decent phone which is quite cheap and fits its purposes
Summary: This is an excellent cell phone if you want a combo touchscreen and qwerty keyboard, I discovered I do not. That is why I say just OK. However, I decided to keep the phone in case I can learn to like and work with it.
Summary: When I purchased this Item I was very exited and could't wait for it to arrive. I was expecting a great, new smartphone for an affordable prince, but what I accually got was kind of weird. When I opened the package, everything looked fine. The box zur phone came in looked authentic and unopened, just what you'd expect from a regular phone packing. But when I opened it, the first weird thing was, that everything, the whole descriptions were written in spanish!
The best dual-SIM qwerty phone currently available (B5512)
20 May 2013
Summary: It has been a real struggle to find a modern dual SIM phone, let alone one that's not 100% touchscreen with a real qwerty keyboard for faster and more accurate typing. I hope that both Samsung and other manufacturers do expand their dual SIM offerings in the future but I realise that the network operators have a massive negative influence in this because it's often not in their interests to sell a phone with a second SIM slot which can house a competitors SIM card.
Excerpt: Unfortunately this cell phone isn't what I expected. It's a little bit old and it has no chance to get updated to a newer version of Android. The photos and videos it takes are awful. The screen quality is bad, too. I can't complain about the call quality because it's acceptable. The best things about this phone are the battery life and the fact that it has a QWERTY Keyboard which makes writing much easier.