Summary: amazing phone, worth every penny! doesn't overheat, no matter what I throw at it (I play a lot of 3D games during downtime at work) Isn't sluggish at all, call clarity is excellent. As much as I hate to admit it, I've dropped it twice. Not a scratch, still works great. It's so much larger of a phone than what I'm used to, so I treat it like a blown glass art piece most of the time. Came in a box like a galaxy 3.
Summary: I love this thing. It runs everything I have thrown at it. I use it as my portable gaming device since it can run my DS emulator like a champ. Currently setting up a windows emulator so I can run halo, oblivion, etc. the stats on this far exceed the minimum for those games. Came at the shorter end of the expected delivery spectrum. Takes good pictures, and the webcam works well on skype. I was a little leery about the cost, but I am completely satisfied with it.
Summary: For under $200 I was very well pleased with the product quality and performance of the phone. The screen clarity is great. The phone is nice and light. Right out of the box it connected to my Wi-Fi without any problems. Google Play store worked flawless. Touch screen very responsive to all my gestures. Dual Cameras on phone are very clear for the pricepoint. Best of all, the new Android 4.2 installed on the phone supports installation of apps on the MicroSD card.
Summary: Don't be fooled by all these fake positive reviews to sell this garbage excuse of a clone phone. The battery becomes warped and can no longer hold a charge because it doesn't fit in the compartment; before that the battery would drain ridiculously fast under normal use (15 mins on the web brought it from 100%-75%). Do yourself a favor and gather up more funds to purchase a legit brand phone.
and I feel I can now safely express an opinion without any reservations - the W200 is freakin' awesome, better than some other p
4 November 2014
Summary: I owned this phone for 10 months, from early January to late October 2014, and I feel I can now safely express an opinion without any reservations - the W200 is freakin' awesome, better than some other phones that cost more. I recently "upgraded" to a Motorola Moto G (2nd gen) and wish I'd kept my W200. I got the Moto G because it has a later version of Android (4.4) and because the W200 will probably not receive any official updates past 4.2.
I asked Amazon to inform the seller that I also wished to have the second battery as it does not have a good charge rate
Kindle Customer, Amazon
7 September 2014
Summary: As some previous customers received 2 batteries with the phone, I asked Amazon to inform the seller that I also wished to have the second battery as it does not have a good charge rate. Alas, this was not sent and have contacted the seller again! Nothing forthcoming as yet! I wanted a reasonably good phone as an interim phone to replace my S4 and before I buy an LG due out in October. The phone is fairly basic (according to my standards) e.g.