I have two of these and they are great for anyone who just wants a phone to call/text with.
There are no frills, but that makes the phone very simple to use. The styling is first class, as is the build quality.
The colour screen is small, but very bright and crisp making it easy to read.
The keypad isn't constructed from the usual individual buttons, rather its an arrangement of key strips which have a nice click to them. Fat fingers may find these fiddly. You also get quick access to various important features through a circular dial button.
The Battery life is good too, for such a cheap phone.
My only complaint is with the ring tones, which are dire, whoever selected them must be tone deaf, plus there isn't a really basic ringer, which I prefer to music.
Still for £10 who cares, if it annoys me too much I'll give it to the cat.
Mine seems to have gone onto silent mode and I just cannot find how to take it off! can anybody help?
Have always kept the battery topped up but for some reason no matter how long it's on charge the phone will not activate. Could there be any help out there? please.
design wise this is a beautiful phone, one of the nicest on the market and not just in the lower price range, i got this for £15 from argos a great bargain esp if your looking for a stylish simple to use basic phone,
I personaly would love to see a medium to high price ranged fone which looks like this, and wud b more den happy to spend good money for it,
best sms writing ! ! ! Nice look,and very cheap ! ! ! Best Regard's for Sagem