I really would just hope that there'd be a phone which could handle winter temperatures of Northern Europe. -25c is not enough. I assume it'll work in -35 too, but with a 400€+ phone I'd rather just be sure.
howcome?, 20 Nov 2014it's not released yet how come you have it?It's released and in stores (at least in Europe)
Had the phone a week now, it comes with google stuff(basically stock android near to no bloatware) the battery lasts for ages was playing age of civilisations(a game) for 6hrs and still %70 battery left. Everything is very quick, havent had a single problem so far. its a huge upgrade from the B15Q in every way. The screen has excellent view angles(or it might just be my special 3M screen protector) but i can see it clearly at every angle. recomend using a Qi charger making it easier to recharge(USB has a cover).
Its not 8 GB internal memory. Its 5.6 GB.
Its 7.7 mega pixel camera.
MicroSD card with divice is not working
The cover for SD and SIM card is disaster for such phone!!! It sometimes leap out even without falling down to ground! i think that, before normal outdoor trip i must glue up it with silicon or something like that, because water will definetely reach phone. Other thing a quite good, i like almost everything, but than slot,rrr, i even dont have worlds...
how to connect micro sd card(32GB) to the device? I can not adjust automatic uploading of images and videos from device to card...
The only two things i didn't like about this mobile, first it takes only one sim card comparing to the B150q which its daule ,and the second thing the battery is not removable.
I like this phone , but i wait to make decision from user comment , and who can tell me in thailand whare can buy this phone ... Thanks
Screen with quite poor angle of visibility i agree with that, phone quite big but i hoped
more from battery life, some problems with wifi, but i think it came from buggy kitkat, hope soon will be updated to lollipop, but can't find information about that
I've had it for a week now and I like it.. a little too big for me, using with one hand is not very convenient. However big screen is good for browsing and gps(which is very fast). Also, this is one of the fastest androids I've ever touched (comparing with samsung S4 for example). Camera quality is also good enough, video recording and snapshotting is very quick if there is enough light, otherwise you might have focusing troubles as usual.Battery lasts for at least two days with normal use. Reception could be better, but I have not run into any troubles.
I'm still waiting to test this device. Currently own Lumia 625 and I'm satisfied with it, previously had iPhone 3gs and now contemplating purchasing Cat with Android OS. Its very unique design makes it interesting amongst other handset users and pretty good option to choose from. Looking forward to seeing more comments on this from Cats users.
Thumbs up for led light. Screen is TFT as on CAT B15 which has very poor angle visibility. Hopefully S50 will be better at that.
No DualSIM version??
So i cant upgrade my Cat S15 with low-memory :(