Summary: As with some of the reviews I read on here.. the screen is a bit dark and can't hardly see it in daylight. The phone's finish is so slippery, that it almost feels like.. you're trying to hold onto a bar of soap, lol. All of the games have a good feel. Like playing a PSP! It froze two times on me and of course reseted the thing twice.. did not like that. Good gaming/phone/device thing. I like it!
Emulation machine on the cheap, completely adequate smartphone.
23 August 2013
Summary: Let's be real: the XP was outdated when it launched. It had a processor that was already old, a LAUGHABLE AND ETERNALLY PROBLEMATIC 400 megabytes of internal memory, a subpar screen, and boring, plasticky construction and styling. BUT IT HAS CONTROLS. Glorious, real, reasonably comfortable controls. And it runs Android, so you can play all your classic games on a plethora of constantly improving emulators, such as Retroarch.
Summary: the phone is very responsive.it makes game play fun.battery life in stand by, and game play, is excellent most phone battery"s die after a few games, THIS ONE KEEPS ON GIVING.And the android system makes everything better.
Summary: I bought this not to use it as a phone, but strictly for game emulation. Using legally obtained ROMs and a number of pieces of emulation software, this thing is a powerhouse for reliving some of gaming's greatest moments. It may not run Jelly Bean, but Android 2.3 was totally serviceable, and lots of apps on the Google Play store work on it still. My only criticism is I wish the screen was brighter. That's it though. Money well spent!