yeah, not a fan of chinese things, MADE in China is one thing since its usually made to specs of a higher manufacturer, like my made in China Nokia, or my Nikon camera system parts made in China have served me well, but made in China to low Chinese standards is just a bad idea
Base on experience, Chinese manufactured handsets are below product standard. First, poor reception quality which results to call dropped out and coverage problem this maybe affecting voice audibility for both line A and line B. Battery life and quality also raises concerns. The battery life is less than what you can expect, basic batteris like 850mAH designed for 300 hours of stand-by time runs out after 6-8 hours only, your calls and music streaming suffers alot. And if you are in correcty charging your phone - rarely batteries explode.
Absolutely chinese manufactured handset. Poor quality, inefficient applications.
The first picture of the phone actually looks like a really nice phone.
hahahahaha. i sell in romania this kind of chinese craps. they are far beyond reality. don't trust any specifications provided by "producer",they are such toys,pure and simple toys. better buy a nokia 1611 than these stupid products
picture on the far right doesn't look to bad for a candy bar phone.
No doubt brewed up in one of those dozens of labs in Shenzhen! It *is* clever, but I really don't see the point in having a projector in a phone considering that it's quite a major piece of hardware to have to support for something you'll only use rarely.