vb, 04 Apr 2015Yes internal memory matters But I said that if one does not need to install several apps or... moreBrother I checked Samsung Grand2 (kitkat 4.4.2) & Micromax A-1 (Lolipop 5.0) & both have option to move apps into SD card. Is it true to say in Kitkat or latest versions the option to move Apps into sd card not available?
Koustuv, 04 Apr 2015Boss, Internal memory matters. In android one mobiles there are options to move apps into sd c... moreYes internal memory matters
But I said that if one does not need to install several apps or games then this is perfectly alright. The needs change.
If my bro asks opinion on this phone I will say NO as he installs several games and apps
If my mom or dad asks my opinion I will readily say YES as they do not install several apps and this is perfectly fine for them
Finally, the limitation of "unable to install apps on external SD card" is imposed by Android and applies for all phones running on KitKat and not for this phone alone.
Lollipop - upgrade - equally appliacle for phones that provide later updates.
It's a superb phone which I ever seen @ low price .it is more good than micromax eureka.camera quality is good.PPI is very pleasent .overall it's good smartphone.I prefer to all new users
vb, 03 Apr 2015Panasonic P55 is the best phone - or phablet- available at this price with 5.5 inch display, 7... moreBoss, Internal memory matters. In android one mobiles there are options to move apps into sd card though they run with Lolipop (Upgraded last week.
I have been using Panasonic P-55 mobile since 3months. Here are some true review:
Excellent Camera & Display
Battery is also good.
Nice network reception
Applications cannot be moved into SD card.
Touch lags after one week use.
1st SIM is only 3G & 2nd SIM is only 2G.
Panasonic P55 is the best phone - or phablet- available at this price with 5.5 inch display, 720x1280 resolution and 8 MP camera
The only minor problems are
- only 4GB internal memory leaving finally only about 2.2 GB for actual use by user
- slightly poor battery but certainly not bad
Android does not allow installing apps from Kitkat onwards and hence even with external memory on any phone with 4GB you will face smae problem if you want to download many racing, car and other video intensive games that occupy more space.
If you will use small size apps and utility apps like OLA,Freecharge, GPS etc- typically of sizes 20 to 60 MB - then you can install several of them in the internal memory of 2 GB
Overall an excellent phone for people who do not need several big apps on their phones
Best Phone to buy in the world. I am user of Iphone, Samsung, Nokia and LG. I liked this phone very much.
I bought P55 and it seems an excellent buy. I think for my regular use 4 gb is ample. the comments what i see is that everyone wants so much packed into such a phone worth 9000 rs. all features are there what i want as a normal phone user.
I'm using it for 1 month now. Very nice phone indeed, very satisfied. Best value for money
Dont buy this phone! internal memory is only 2.4gb on first boot. and apps are NOT movable to ext sd card inspite of rooting!. blame it on the user non-friendly Android KITKAT version. it would have been better if it was launched with Jellybean only, atleast we could have moved apps and apps data to ext sd card.
USB OTG is not supported.
it does not have any forum support.
it is the rebranded Coolpad 7298D model, so chinese ROM's are available at ROMJD site. but i cannot decipher chinese!