Because this phone did not have much memory, I had trouble keeping the applications I wanted on the phone. It ended up being too fragile for carrying in my back pocket. A good basic smart phone, but I needed more memory than this one had.
This is a low-cost phone with a recent version of Android. It appears to be a model orginally intended for the Chinese market and subsequently adapted and re-badged for use in Englsh-speaking markets. I got it for my teen daughter who uses it on cheap pre-paid AT&T service. Obviously, at $85 there are shortcomings in the build quality. The camera is rather meh under low light, and the case plastic, and fit & finish, are decidedly mediocre. The Wi-Fi senstivity and range are poorer than her previous phone. We don't have data service for it and therefore haven't actually tested it and that doesn't matter to us anyhow. (The limited mobile data chipset, combined with modern Android, is what makes me think this design was orginally intended for Chinese consumers.) On the positive side, the phone has some nice features that are astounding at this price level. The screen is gererously sized, processor decently fast, form factor nicely thin, and most prominently, the phone has Android version 4.0, whereas many phones in this price range are leftover old models that have sat in a warehouse for 3-years and still have 2011-vintage Android 2.2 or 2.3. In the final analysis, we found this phone nicely suitable for its role as a low-cost phone for a teenager, and despite its penny-pinching design, are pleased with the stunningly low cost for the feature set.