Reviews and Problems with ZTE Blade / Orange San Francisco
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1 October 2011
Summary: if you use it too much(as i did, being a 15 year old with a social life) it becomes very slow, and unusable after a while. I got used to the fact that I couldn't text + listen to music at the same time, which was very annoying. when ever a text came through, the music would crash, play, crash, etc for about 20-30 seconds, which was very annoying. then when texting the key board would crash more than usual.
Pros: quick to start with, camera w/auto focus, good menu etc., bright screen, good resolution
Cons: plasticky case, becomes laggy quickly especially if you text too much, keyboard crashes.
Summary: I got this for Christmas, and at the time i loved it! But a few months down the line and I sometime's end up feeling like throwing it across the room. I have decided i do NOT like texting on a touch screen phone, it's annoys me no end, Maybe it's my stumpy finger's,or the fact that i can't feel any buttons as i text,either way,i hate it! I have to charge it atleast once a day,the battery life is very very poor, so remember to take your charger with you wherever you go!
Summary: After a month of having the phone I was enjoying its applications and style. However the screen is very weak and cracked from little force. I have contacted over ten companies and orange, and no one will repair it. I am now stuck with a month old phone that I can not fix.
Summary: Alors que je suis plutôt satisfaite de mon ZTE Starnaute by SFR, auquel j'ai attribué 4 étoiles dans mon dernie avis et même s'il n'est pas un foudre de guerre, mon mari lui est carrément déçu de son ZTE Blade, proposé par SFR sous l'appellation "StarTrail". Il s'agit d'un Smartphone lost cost, proposé par SFR au prix de 9€ il y a de cela plus d'un an dans le cadre d'une offre liée à une ouverture de ligne. Je précise que l'offre comprenait un accès internet.
Pros: look, prix
Cons: ecran tactile récalcitrant et imprécis, autonomie, son