Summary: Nor a bad dual sim phone for the money. The on/off switch failed after 7 months and is currently at the Sony/USA repair faciliy. I am surprised they took it back as Sony give one of the worse after sales service. Bad experience with my Vaio which I vowed never to buy Sony again.
Summary: Its extremely small so maybe not for large hands! I had bought this unlocked phone but the voicemail settings were in Spanish! I still have not figured out how to change it to English! Anyone know how please let me know...otherwise the phone is not bad.
Summary: If you have small hands or small fingers, then this might work for you. I don't do a lot of texting, but whenever I do it is very challenging, to say the least. Very small and compact. Camera sucks, but phone is ok. I should have went for the dual sim version.
Summary: I got this phone when mine crapped out on me, and I didn't have the money to get anything decent. Used it for over a year.. Pros: Cheap, android jelly bean, expandable memory Cons: Small screen, too slow for games, hard to text with, no LTE support I had a problem where it would stop sending my...
Summary: It's not a terrible smart phone; especially for the price and features. However after 4 months the display started to have issues. Now there is a dime sized area that is far brighter than the surrounding areas.
Summary: The data would not function no matter what I did, the phone is teeny for my huge hands (my fault for not checking dimensions), there is no flash that I can find for pictures so pics turn out horrible. No autofocus, focuses only on things very far away and nowhere near the lens.
Summary: I bought a Tipo for a backup phone. I set it up and ran it on Simple Mobile. The phone was pretty fast I had 3g and 3g+ speeds. I deal breaker is the on/off button, it's small and flush, have to use the tip of your fingernail. Too bad, otherwise nice little unit.