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I've had this for a few weeks now. I'm hard on phones and typically buy one each year. I usually pay £200+ but when I saw this, I thought maybe I didn't need the extra features and was prepared to take a chance and save some cash.
Firstly, the volume is poor. Battery life is ok and the lack of fast charging is an irritation. The fingerprint reader on the back is a joke. Wtf use is it on the back? The screen is ok but off but not recommended if you're any kind of gamer as it's quite poor off angle. The process of navigating around is proving difficult to handle as I'm used to the latest versions of Android. Lastly, I'd gotten used to using my phone to pay for stuff and I don't think this one does that.
That said, it's exceeded expectations. I suspected that I really don't need the extra features and I've proves that to myself. I see the ads on TV for the latest phones on contract and think it's just crazy! I paid around £80 for this Amazon Warehouse Nokia phone. For the money, it's an outrageous bargain. I also bought a case with a glass screen protector for £7! Again, incredible value. If it lasts a year I'll be happy.
This is a nice phone for the price. It lacks some of the bells and whistles of those greatly overpriced ones but it's fast to open apps etc. I cannot comment on facial or fingerprint recognition because I don't use either. I am very pleased with it. I have owned Nokia In the past and always found them to be reliable. Please refer to online expert review sites for more detailed information.
For the price this phone is excellent, good camera and runs all the apps I need. It runs on a cut down budget version of Android, so if you switching from a full version phone it might take some getting used to. It uses it's own actions for switching apps etc, and you can't have widgets on screen, just the Apps. If you want a cheap but good smartphone, and aren't looking to run a network or manage your business from it, them definitely worth a look.
I am well over 70 so wanted a phone with enough ooomph to do the things I needed (mostly e mails, shopping, photos for selling on a popular website, and the occasional phone calls if out and about. Had a Galaxy before but was never really happy with it, and the Nokia has only one fault, it doesn't photograph the colour Green properly. I manage to overcome this but would be happier if it performed as well as it does with other colours. The finger reader is also a bit small when once in a phone cover, but otherwise I am both surprised and happy with value for money and ease of use. Happy to recommend it in it's price range.
Nice bib screen making it easy for people like myself being able to read messages without digging out specs every time a message is received. Easy to navigate apps and surprisingly fast navigation from one app to the next. It also makes great sounding calls and texting is a breeze.