Nogood, 28 Sep 2012How do you switch sim cards? Is there an easy option in the notification menu like in the sams... moreI Have The Phone ... It's Perfect
No Need To Change The SIM Cards ... There's An Option To Ask You Every Time U Make A Call Or Send A Message ... The Phone Asks You Which Line You Wanna Use ? .. And You Choose ... Just This Easiness
How do you switch sim cards? Is there an easy option in the notification menu like in the samsung galaxy y duo?
Manny, 27 Sep 2012It is designed to take upto 32GB micro sd card. of course I read....but if I have a Gallant and a 64gb micro sd card....why don't try? ;)
styvx, 20 Sep 2012Hello, anybody tried a 64gb micro sd card on it? ;)It is designed to take upto 32GB micro sd card.
Mark, 20 Sep 2012For the price this phone is absolutely excellent and I doubt you will get any better.
The ... moreI tried the Google Navigation today, it took a while to receive GPS signal. I kept driving with it in my car as I know where Im going. It picked up after a while & did work fine without any problem. Not very helpful when you really need it or depend on it to find your way....
My battery drained within a day, but to be fair its my first day with this phone & I was constantly on it trying out everything. So far I love the screen & the speed of the phone. Dual sim works perfect!
Mark, 20 Sep 2012For the price this phone is absolutely excellent and I doubt you will get any better. The ... moreThe problem is MTK platform with GPS receiver. Find the fix this issue in the internet.
For the price this phone is absolutely excellent and I doubt you will get any better.
The screen is really, really good and everything works as it should. The only negative for me is the gps reception - its totally abysmal in fact I have never got a signal at all. Anyone else have this problem?
The Good :-
Great screen - large good colours
Good build - seems sturdy, nice plastic back.
Android ICS runs well.
Recognised both SIMs (Britain & Germany) - connected to respective networks.
WiFi - reasonable but needs a good signal.
Samsung-like experience in setup and ability to swype
Photos with flash overexposed.
GPS - useless. Got signal once in 4hrs (UK) and never in 3hrs(Germany).
Battery life - not good. I can get 1 day per charge (just some emails, a little browsing, maybe 5-10 calls and 5-10 texts maximum!).
Wish I'd bought something else...
Anonymous, 19 Sep 2012If this phone has the Polish language?No, It doesn't polish language. It has english, german, french, rusian, italian, thai, holand, bahasa indonesia, indian and chinese.
Anonymous, 16 Sep 2012If this phone has the Polish language?Just email Expansys customer Care with any questions, they will answer your queries as they are selling this phone to all Europe. firstname.lastname@example.org is their email id.
I have just ordered this phone White version on Expansys. Can't wait to get my hands on it. Will post my views on it soon. Im currently using Samsumng Galaxy Y Duos.
I Have had this phone since Thursday 30Th August 2012 and so far I am pleased with the phones as for the price bracket the phone works very well holding up to my games testing and web testing including flash WiFi and 3G are very fast and you get very clear calls through it also screen is good better than my brothers Samsung galaxy ace, also the android ICS is a very nice operating system and runs beautifully on this device. My over all verdict is this phone is very good except from not having a front facing camera.
This phone exceeded my expectations having just upgraded from the Acer Liquid MT. The screen is vastly improved and on a par with HTC One X and Galaxy S III not just because of its large size ... but because of its clarity....ideal for BBC iPlayer and YouTube videos. Also the on screen keyboard is consequently larger and the Swype text when you glide from letter to letter instead of punching out words letter by letter works well. The speaker quality is excellent and the camera is vastly improved with lots of settings e.g. fireworks for bonfire night ! The colours are more true. Battery life I thought may suffer ... due to the large screen ...but I would say this is also superior to the Liquid M T. Easily copes on one charge a day with heavy use. The dual SIM capability is easy to manage and is ideal for foreign Sims or if there is no signal on one network, just switch to the other sim and usually you will be amazed you can still make the call ! Why does reception vary so much between network provides ? Finally the phone is lovely to hold because it is thin and has a flat back... a bit like a small tablet and the soft rubber bit between the screen and casing makes it so easy to grip. Build quality is not as solid as Liquid MT but the on off button next to the camera flash is genius. Highly recommended if you want a large screen android phone.
u-r-a, 12 Sep 2012Is this Phone dual active? like samsung galaxy s duos.I assume it is dual "standby" only, I never heard about "dual active" phone wit MTK6575