Excerpt: The Vodafone 858 is an entry - level smartphone which can be bought at lower and lower prices every year. However, it is not a flimsy or low quality product. Mine has survived falling into a stream, being sat on, slept on, and thrown around by idiots for almost three years, and it still works as well as when I bought it. This phone runs on an Android operating system, and this can easily be upgraded through an option listed in the settings menu.
Pros: Extremely low price for so many features, Android operating system, good battery life .
Cons: Sometimes it will crash, and enabling many features drains the battery in about four hours .
Summary: The phone is ok, but the keyboard is difficult to managed without a pencil - also the apps don't seem to respond at all well. The battery just about lasts a day, so needs regular charging, much more than I've experienced with other phones except when they were getting to the end of their life. Probably wouldn't choose this again, but then it was a budget phone I guess.
Summary: After ordering, this phone was delivered the next day, which is fantastic. Unfortunatley the phone as stated in the title should have been black - it was actually white. I informed them and they offered me the option to send back or get a £4 refund. Actual phone itself is fine, and does the job its meant to. The colour isnt really an issue, but you expect to get what you order and pay for.
Summary: The cell is equipped with poor specs and it really needs to improve it to stand in the market. The company needs to know that only the low price factor is not important to sale a product it is the features that impress a consumer.