In display settings "MiraVision" will let you adjust the screen temperature to be warmer. My previous post said the colors were too cold... I didn't realize they could be changed in the phone's settings. It's still not a great screen but this really helps.
I picked this up today as a temporary replacement for my broken phone. $125. I'll be using it until I decide which flagship phone to get next.
First impressions: The front actually looks like a high end phone. I even got some compliments. The back looks cheap, but it's a removable door, so I wonder if someone will eventually make swappable battery doors for this phone. The battery is nonremovable and is taped and screwed in. It looks possible to replace it, though not easily.
Looks like vanilla Android UI mostly. Running smoothly. Some T-Mobile bloat but not much.
Screen viewing angles are bad. It's okay looking straight on. The whites are too blue for my eyes. I would suggest the app "Twilight" (or similar) which is good for warming up the tones on any cold LCD screens.
Camera is not that great so far. Still messing with the settings. Sunlight shots were acceptable. This is the biggest drawback to most low budget phones.
So far it seems like a pretty good value if you need a backup or secondary phone.
The price is right. The price is very good for someone looking for a basic phone to do basic stuff like make calls, texts and maps. Maybe not for someone who is all over social media and you tube and facebook and amazon prime and take a lot of pictures and listen to music all at the same time.
@Rex Tech, check your facts before posting. The Phone is $125 not $185. Plus the phone is well worth the $125. You simply can't get too many phones at all in this price range with 32gb of storage, Fingerprint sensor, and Android 7.