funky, 30 Sep 2015Battery is replaceable so you can always change it to a charged one.Yep - one of the many reasons for avoiding iPhones like the plague! I'm about to upgrade from an S3 mini, for which I always carry a spare battery
Yes, you can connect an external USB drive with an adapter and copy from and to the USB drive. You can connect USB mouse or keyboard too.
Does it have "USB on the go" guys? Can you connect an external USB drive with an adapter and copy from and to the USB drive? Thank you.
I have bought this phone about 1,5 month ago and I am really happy with it, can't really think of bad things for it except maybe that 8 gb of storage may not be enough but that can easily be fixed with a sd card, camera might not be good enough for some people but from o 5mp camera I was really surprised how good it was, the front camera is quite good too,the xcover button is really helpful, you can set it to open any app on the phone, the ultra power saving mode is really helpful if you have a few % of battery left and you need to wait for a call or something, from 1 to 10 I would rate it 7/10, the could be a bit more powerful but the phone is totally worth the price. It is absolutely enough for me, I would totally recommend it.
For me (active outdoor) the batery is not big enough. You can't even go on camping for 5 days where is no electricity :(
Is a big minus for me. But I bought it anyway, because of other things...
After 14 days is not working right and I'm going to return it back for repair. It can't catch a signal and the phone is complaining about the SIM card, but SIM is perfectly fine... :/
Matjazz, 19 Aug 2015And most of all outdoor people don't need big battery ;DYes we need it...
I've had this phone for over a month now and I am positively surprised. It works fast and is very responsive. The battery is actually really good, it can last for a week with normal use. I also love the fact it is not slippery, it feels rough, so I'm not worried it will break as I was with other phones. Some actually complain about low dpi, but there really is not much difference when comparing Xcover 3 with phones with higher dpi. The only downside is that photos aren't particularly good when shooting in poor conditions. On the other hand, they are amazing when shooting macro pics, since the depth of field is very obvious. The colours are, at least in my book, very natural and not oversaturated. The other disadvantage is that phone 'believes' it is connected to earphones when you put it into water, so you must turn on your speakers to hear something. And touchpad doesn't work properly if it's completely wet. Hopefully, I'll be able to solve this snag eventually.. Does anyone have any suggestions?
Android, 13 Sep 2015I think it's 4GB but put SD card up to 64GB...Thank you very much!!
Before or after software updates?? ;-)
I got brand new just a month before.This is probably the worst phone I had.it gets stucked every other day without any hard use.the battery sucks.Slow and unreliable.I would not advise anyone to buy this expensive piece of shit!
Anonymous, 06 Sep 2015Can you install or move apps to sd card on this phone?Yes You can
IULIA, 01 Sep 2015Hello!
I want to buy this phone but I'm not sure about its performance.
Is it waterproof or not?
Yes it is...
I wash it regularly...
Rjak, 03 Sep 2015It is waterproof to 1m.
Available space 5.3GB.Thank you very much!!
5,3GB before or after software updates?? ;-)
Ive had it for a while now and in short you can get as much phone performance with half the money buying a different cell, but without the protection against the elements. It works well, wet or dirty; I havent done any drop test yet but it will probably occur in time... I use it as phone and remote for gopro and sony actioncams (the gopro app occasionally gets stuck but the others work, eg hdraz1, as100vr etc.) i considered the M4 Aqua first but it felt more fragile.
does anyone actually read the specifications?, ....is it waterproof? ffs