this phone with no phonebook is to simple for adults........its simple childs play!!!
In the specification, it has 250 for phonebook. Are you sure, it has no phonebooks? You can read that in the introduction book. Because it is strange if a HP has no phonebooks.
I was misled into buying this phone bcz of wrong specs. There is no phonebook in this phone ands uses only the SIM memory.
For me, HP is goed and worth if they can work goed and also their price is not overvalued.
I think you cannot say this HP bad only because it has only basic function.
Everyone has right to choose, buy and use his handphone. So if you don't like the low-end phone, than you go to higher phone.
The important thing is that your HP can be used and satisfied.
this phone is out! the link in the uk sell this handset on virgin!
this phone worth $1, may be I will buy it for my 7 years old son. For me, I will not use it even for free....
it has an interesting design, nice to hold. no worries about the font size, it takes up half the screen, good phone to keep for a spare phone, generally cater for people who doesnt need too many functions in a phone itself. good battery life too. =)
Goed basic phones must have goed battery life, goed keypad for sms and goed ringtone.
Anyone have tried this phone? Please share about the function and especially the battery life. Thanks.
i am still trying to figure out why this model have 8.0s when motorola nokia have better phones at least price and with more functions
its already out in the philippines...... its around 83 US dollars at authorized dealers.
If we presume that te target group for this phone are elderly people who don't need cameras, mp3-players, etc. what is the point of the color screen and tightly packed keys?
the use of monochrome screen would improve readability and reduce power consumption. in combination with excelent SE batteries it would have better standby and call times than majority of the cheap phones on the market(nokia 1100).
why come out with this phone? the answer is simply because there is a large market for basic phone especially in developing countries where average income is low. Here in the philippines, the biggest selling models are basic phones like Nokia's 1100 and 1600. Even those with high end phone usually have a second phone, usually a cheaper one.