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This was a good phone back in the day. The only bad thing about it is that is has rather a large ariel that tends to get in the way. However, I used to get flashing ariels for this phone, where the ariel would flash different colours depending on whether you had a call and/ or a text. You can also change the fascia to the phone. Again, the fascias can be of any colour you like and are easy to put on and take off. The phone has an easy to use menu and is easy to navigate. The buttons respond well to touch and the phone is simple to use in terms of making calls, receiving calls and sending texts. The phone doesn't have many features. It's pretty simple. It's just a basic phone ideal for users who want a no frills phone without all the unecessary features. For example, you can't browse the internet on this phone, nor can you connect it to Wi-Fi. Technology was kept pretty simple when this phone was around, which is easy to understand as I think I had this phone when I was about 13 (I am 26 now!). The phone is really durable. I dropped mine around ten times and it never dented or scratched. I also dropped it in the bath and it still worked! A great simple phone. Okay, it's a "brick", but it never went wrong and it was the most reliable phone that I ever had.
They don't make 'em like them used to! This was my first mobile phone and ten years later I am still using it. I know this may not be very cool now that everybody is changing their phones for the new super duper models every five minutes, but it suits me very well. Obviously it is very durable as it is still working after ten years. I have heard many friends complain about their almost new mobiles breaking or not working properly. The charger did stop working about a year ago but I managed to get hold of another one so I can continue using the phone. It still charges and holds a charge perfectly well. The design is out of date now, it has an aerial and is bigger and heavier than modern mobiles. I don't carry it everywhere I go so that doesn't matter to me, but it wouldn't fit into a small pocket. The buttons light up as soon as you push one, making it easy to use in the dark. They are easy to push and spread apart enough that you don't find yourself always pushing the wrong ones. The menus are clearly and instinctively laid out, making the phone easy to use even if you have never tried it before. There are no advanced features like a camera or bluetooth, but it makes and recieves calls and texts perfectly well which is all I need it for.
I bought this on 1999! I think it's the best mobile phone ever! It's not very nice as a design (now) but it is very usefull and very very durable material # lasting material . I had an accident with the motorbike and nothing at all happend to the phone. Another time my little cusine dropped it in a cup of tea and still nothing happened to it!!!!!!! Unfortunatelly i dont have it any m,ore someone stole it but i still believe (since i have changed 100 mobiles) its the best one
The Nokia 402 Mobile Phone Handset The 402 Handset is one of Nokia’s older releases. This handset is available on most service providers, as a “Pay AS You Go”, or a “Contract” handset. The handset has many great features which I will go through in turn. I purchased the handset 2 years ago at a cost of £100. The phone was sold as a “Pay As You Go” package on the “Orange” network. However, the handset will have dropped in price now, and you would expect to pay around £50 to £60. Features of the handset The handset came in a standard package, including the following, Handset 1 Facia cover Charger Sim Card for connection to Orange Phone manual Although the handset comes with only the basics, you will find many accessories available in the shops. There are hundreds of facia’s to choose from, and items such as hands free kits, in car chargers, cases, and even flashing aerials!! The handset is fairly easy to operate for first time users, and is easy for anyone used to using a mobile handset. I am not sure of the battery life but on standby I have found it lasts about 4 to 5 days. If you use it a lot, you may find you have to charge it every 2 days. The Handset “On” Screen Menu The handset has one main power on button, situated at the top of the front cover. When pressed the handset springs to life by illuminating the screen and then connecting to the registered network. Once connected and fully powered up, then handset is ready for use. The main screen has the signal strength indicator up the left hand side of the display. The battery level is indicated on the right hand side of the screen. A clock is displayed in the top right hand corner of the screen, (if it is selected.) The name of the network is displayed in the centre of the screen. Finally the menu text is displayed on the bottom line of the screen. To navigate through the menu options and change settings of the phone you use 4 main buttons. These are, menu button, up, down and cancel. To enter into the main menu, you first press the menu button on the handset. This then takes you into the top categories, these are as follows, Phonebook Messages Call Register Settings Games Calculator Clock Tones Phonebook The phonebook is the section whereby you can store people’s names and telephone numbers. Therefore, in the category of “Phonebook” you have the following options, Search – This is used to find numbers fast by typing in the person’s name. The search function will take you to the number straight away. Once the number is found, the phone prompts you to call that person. This saves typing in the number each time you make a call. Add Entry – This option allows you to enter a new contact to your phonebook. First you enter the name, followed by the number. The phonebook sorts the names into alphabetical order. This makes it easier to find a number. Erase – This simply allows you to remove a contact from the phonebook. Edit – This function allows you to edit an existing entry in the phonebook. Send Entry – This allows you to forward a person’s name and number to another handset. This saves you having to read out long numbers to people over the phone. Options – This allows you to select how you view the phonebook. You can just view the names, or the names and number together. Also in this category, you can see how many spaces you have left in the phonebook. The phonebook can store 90 entries. Speed Dials – This option allows you to assign a person’s number to a key on the keypad. Therefore, you can just press 1 button and press call, making it easier to dial a number. Messages The mess ages section is where you can write, read and send/forward text messages. You can write text messages and then send them to anyone with a compatible handset. When you receive a message it is stored in your inbox. You can store up to 10 messages in the inbox. Here you can read the message, forward the message, reply to the message or delete the message. Within the messages category, you enter the message settings. These settings include the message centre number, message validity and delivery report status. The message centre number is the centre which you use to send messages. This is preset in your phone, but you can change it if you wish. The validity sets how long the message centre stores the message until they delete it. The delivery report when switched on, tells you if the message was delivered. Call Register In this section you can view any missed calls you have had, any received calls you have had, any numbers you have dialled and the durations of calls. The handset will store up to 10 numbers in each category. There is also an option to clear all stored numbers, and reset the call duration timers. Settings Within the settings category you can change the calls settings, phone settings and security settings. There is also an option to reset the factory settings. Within the call settings you can switch on auto redial and speed dialling. In the phone settings you can select the language and the network that you are connected to. The available languages on this handset are English, Dutch, French, Italian, Spanish and Portuguese. You can set the network connection automatically, or manually. This is used if you wish to change your service provider. However, you would require the correct “Sim Card” . The security settings allow you to lock your handset so that only you have access to it. The handset has a lock code, and access codes. By setting the codes you have full control of the hands et. It is here that you can change the codes. Games The handset has 3 games built into it. When you select the games category from the menu, you get a choice of either, Memory, Snake, or Logic. The games have a level setting, (easy or hard in progressive steps) instructions on how to play each game, a top score, (which stores the highest ever score) and a new game/continue option. The memory game is based on matching pairs of overturned cards. The snake game is a game whereby you control the snake in up/down/left/right directions to aim it for pieces of food which it swallows. Once a piece is swallowed, the snake grows longer until eventually there is no more space for the snake. You have to stay within a box, and the snake is not allowed to back up on itself or touch it’s tail. The logic game consists of a set of unknown symbols in a certain order. The number of symbols is set by the game level. The object of the game is to get the correct order of symbols in the lowest number of moves. This game is similar to the mastermind board game. The Calculator Within the calculator you can carry out basic maths. Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division can all be carried out. A useful tool for when you are out and about!! The Clock The clock category is where you can set the time and alarm clock. The clock is displayed on the main screen. This can be switched on or off. The time can be set, and can be in either 12 hour or 24 hour format. The alarm can be switched on or off. The time is simply set, and at that time the alarm is set off. The alarm has either a snooze facility or stop function. The Tones The tones category of the menu is where you set the tone that you want. The first option allows you to switch the tones on or off. If you choose to have the tones on there are 30 ringing tones to choose from for the handset to use when receiving a call. Each tone volume can be adjusted to the desired level. For text messages, the handset has 4 options. Standard, special, beep once or off are the settings. The special setting beeps more than the standard setting. It is also in this section where you can switch the keypad tones on or off. The keypad tones are the noises made when you press a key on the handset. I have had good use out of my Nokia 402 handset, and although there are now many other newer models on the market, I still think the 402 is a very dependable, robust handset.
The Nokia 402 was once a very good phone, and when I got my first one, I was very pleased. However I shall write this opinion based on today’s market, and indeed what consumers should think about. By today’s standards the 402 is a brick. *BRICK = Large phone, comparable to your typical house break in dimensions It was the first phone to use the new Nokia profile set-up, and the fully graphical display was revolutionary, however by today standards it is small and very limited. It has all your typical features that could pass it as a decent phone: Loads of ring tones, great if you have a winging child who wants s a phone that can handle even the bleepiest of phone tune. PAY AS YOU GO - £50 Snake – The game – Its evil, but schoolyards across the nation, this is the “in” thing to have. Basically it’s a good phone for all those kids who seem to “need” a phone on them. However these are the reasons why you shouldn’t buy this phone: Its large, compared to today’s compact technology, may as well pay the extra to save the lining of your pocket. No vibrating alert means you might miss a lot of calls However you can change the covers and this was the main reason for everyone buying the phone, I bet Nokia and 3rd parties made a packet out of them. I mean, come on, £10 - £30 for a piece of moulded plastic! Rip Off Summary – By today’s standard this phone is lacking in handy features, however it has the bones of a good phone. Buy only if you are very money conscious.
Ok its not the smallest, its not the lightest and its not the brightest .....but its the best for YOU!!! I bought my 5110 or nk402 back in December 1999, and I still have it today! The thing is, there's no need to upgrade it! This phone was at the cutting edge when it first came onsale, and now even though there are oodles of smaller models out there, the 5110 still has the same features as most. It's strongpoint is definately the traditional easy to use Nokia interface. While all Nokia phones have this, at least the keypad on the 5110 is big enough to use it properly! Features include the usual options and settings, a phone book, message inbox and outbox, three games, calculator with currency converter, clock, call register and a wide selection of ring tones. While you cannot buyt new ringtones for the 5110, you can purchase new operator logos to personalise your phone! The battery life of the phone still stands out when compared to the competition. It can last up to 5 days on standby, to which none of its successors even come close! Something which any owner will tell you is a godsend! The size is perhaps the phones only let down. It's not the smallest handset around, or the lightest, but at the same time, it's small eniough. Mine fits nicely in my pocket! And at the price asked for it nowadays, this is a perfect phone for anyone to buy!
I bought my 5110 or nk402 back in December 1999, and I still have it today! The thing is, there's no need to upgrade it! This phone was at the cutting edge when it first came onsale, and now even though there are oodles of smaller models out there, the 5110 still has the same features as most. It's strongpoint is definately the traditional easy to use Nokia interface. While all Nokia phones have this, at least the keypad on the 5110 is big enough to use it properly! Features include the usual options and settings, a phone book, message inbox and outbox, three games, calculator with currency converter, clock, call register and a wide selection of ring tones. While you cannot buyt new ringtones for the 5110, you can purchase new operator logos to personalise your phone! The battery life of the phone still stands out when compared to the competition. It can last up to 5 days on standby, to which none of its successors even come close! Something which any owner will tell you is a godsend! The size is perhaps the phones only let down. It's not the smallest handset around, or the lightest, but at the same time, it's small eniough. Mine fits nicely in my pocket! And at the price asked for it nowadays, this is a perfect phone for anyone to buy!
Thinking of buying a moblie phone or already got one thats causing you grieve. WELL I've got just the thing for you, I brought a ORANGE NOKIA 402 over a year age and believe me it has seen it all.My two kids have thrown it at the walls buried it in sand even covered it in paint. Its like part of the family now.My friends kid even chucked it in the bath but it still keeps working.I definatly think this is a top phone for people who have got kids or generlly lead mad lifestyles.Its virtully indistructable which is what is so great about it.I dont want a phone that wont work the first time its dropped on the floor I need a phone to suit my lifestyle,one that just keeps on going. The phone cost me about £100.00, but you can pick one up out of the paper now for about £10.00.The phone setup is on pay as the go which is a good service for people who don't want to pay line renal or recieve bills.You can also sent and recieve text messages which is becoming very widly used nowadays,you can also change ring tones and slogons.
Ok, so the Nokia nk402, 5110 or the 5146 are not the newest most modern of mobiles anymore. Yet STILL in comparison to some other makes, namely makes other than Nokia, are still far below the quality of these mobiles. Ive got a nokia 5110 (so I feel able to write about the nk402 too seen as they're the same!) while a friend has a Maxon 2 (or something like that!) Now im not being nasty here - but quite simply, in my opinion at least!, Nokia mobiles just are miles ahead. (Or they were for thier time) ~Features~ 3 games (vital for mobile phones!) You get: Memory (basically like Snap!) (You have to memorise which "card" is where, then turn 2 of a kind over to get a matching pair) Logic: This isnt very good. Infact I still cant really figure it out! All I can gather is that you have to match (or guess rather!) the order in which 4 (if you're doing the easy level!) "objects" appear. And last but by NO means least - the all singing, all dancing SNAKE!!!!! Wahay! Im sure I dont need to explain Snake now! ~ Calculator ~ Now this doesnt need explaining really does it!? Its nothing fancy, put it this way if you wanted to find the log of 649 then dont bother. Not even the square root of 76, this calculator has only the + - / and * facilities available. Having said that you can do decimal places. So fair do's Nokia! ~ Tones ~ You have a choice of 30. Some good, some not so good. Nothing much else to say here really. You can choose you're ringing volume and things, but nothing out of the ordinary there! ~ Clock ~ You can have an alarm clock. (Which is handy if the electricity goes off!) A good thing about the alarm clock is the fact that it works even if you turn off your mobile - so you dont waste the battery power over-night. Personally I think thats great! Under "clock settings" you have: Hide the clock option - doesnt need explaining! Set the time - no explaining required and Time format - here you can choose 24 hr or 12 hr clock. ~ Call divert ~ Here you can divert calls to another number, to your voice mail, divert ALL calls, divert when your busy, divert when not answered, divert when no coverage or when phone is switched off. ~ Settings ~ Here you have: "Call settings" Choices of own number sending - on or off (ie hide your own number from people you call (basically like the 141 service). You can have automatic redial enabled, speed dialling and call waiting options. Phone settings: Choice of languages (one tip is to not on any account (no matter how bored you are!) to change the language to something you don’t understand. Particularly to something like Chinese whereby you cant even make out the letters! I did that once….must have been very bored! And it took me AGES to find my way back to “English”) You can choose you network number, write your own welcome note (it appears each time you turn on your phone). Security settings: PIN code request – you can have it on or off – you can choose your own PIN number. Fixed dialling – must confess…never tried this so don’t know what it does! You can change the access codes at any point, have phone security on or off. Also you can restore factory settings. Call register: Under here you have “missed calls” – this tells you the last people to have called your mobile – pretty self explanatory. “Received calls” – again doesn’t need explaining! It tells you the last calls you had received. “Dialled numbers” – well take a wild guess about what that’s about! “Erase recent call lists” – here you can delete all of them, or select the one’s you want to erase. “Show call duration” 211; this is quite interesting to look at sometimes – just to see how long you spent on the phone. Its surprising how long some phone calls last! “Show call cost” – here you can have it to show the last calls costs, all the calls costs or delete them. “Messages” – now EVERYONE knows about the brilliant SMS facilities now-a-days! One the nk 402, 5110 or 5246 you get: Inbox – this houses the last 10 (I think) messages you’ve received…and not deleted. Outbox – this is where the messages you are going to send are stored, if you save them Write messages – this is quite logically! Where you write the messages you want to send. It allows upto 160 characters (which is better than some mobiles). If someone sends you a message of a picture (e.g. from a Nokia 3210 or later) then the nk402, 5110 and 5146 all allow you to view them in ASCII formats. Unlike the phone I mentioned earlier, like the Maxon range of mobiles, if you send a picture message to one of them it wont work….its just simple things like that, that to me, make a mobile what it is. “Phone book” – it allows you to store up to 100 names. You get the option of searching for a name, whereby you type in the letter L for Lisa or something, saves lots of time going through all the names if you’ve got a lot of names in there! You get the option of “memory status” – this tells you how many spaces in the phone book are used and how many are free. You can choose your “type of view” – here you can have it showing just the name, the name and number, in large font or not in large font. You can also give certain numbers speed dials, if you so wish! ~Other factors~ Battery life is brilliant on my 5110. I have it switched on all day every day and I only have to charge mine up once a week really. Even then it doesnt have to be d one, but there is only 1 bar showing! It takes 4 hours to charge it up fully. Also don’t forget the fact that you can also add novel things like: Coloured fascia’s! You get transparent, flashing ones, coloured ones, one’s with key protectors….the list goes on! You can buy new keypads, you can go all colour co-ordinated with your fascia or not, whichever you prefer! (You can even get metallic versions, marble effects…etc!) Flashing antenna! - great idea…just don’t rely on them should you need to make a call! You can customise your phone by downloading (for free I might add!) your own user graphic (I think that’s what they call them) – its basically a logo of, well basically anything you can think of really, that goes on your screen in place of “BT Cellnet” “Vodafone” or whatever you’re on. Oh mustn’t forget – you can now get holographic stickers to stick to your screen, these are nifty – but I found that they are VERY awkward to stick on effectively! The number of little bubbles make it look better without! But everyone to their own I suppose! Yes sure, having 30 ring tones and 3 games are purely “cosmetic” things, but you’re paying for the phone and when I got my 5110 it was worth about £90 and the Maxon was being sold for around £50. Now the extra £40 may sound a lot considering a phone’s a phone right?! Well to me im glad I payed the extra money. I also understand that these phones are really old stock now in comparison to the 3310, 8210, 9110 etc etc etc. Although I still think these phones are great! (and of course they’re much cheaper now-a-days!) If you’re after a fashionable, reasonably cheap (Im on BT Cellnet Pay as you go) (the one’s where they DON’T make you put £15 per month in though!), good range of facilities, good looking phone (always a must) but yet you’re not bothered about being REALLY up to date then id definitely say go and buy a 5110, nk402 or a 5146…doesn’t matter which!
This is as far as I’m concerned the poor relation of the 702 and although it was initially targeted at the contract market it was really only suitable for the pre pay or the lower end of the contract market. This is born out by the fact that it had very little take up by corporate customers or business users. In fact the boom in the pre pay market is probably what made this handset as popular as it is now, had it not been for this outlet I believe this handset would have died a death a long time ago. That is not to say it’s a bad handset because it’s not, in fact far from it, it just didn’t have the professional look or the features of the 702. There’s not too much to say about this one, its functional, it’s easy to use and comfortable, even more so if you add a slimmer lithium iron battery instead of the monstrosity fitted as standard. There isn’t as many buttons on the 402 as the 702 which at first glance might seem an advantage, however this is because some of the 402’s are dual functional which are actually a hinderance rather than a plus point. Another major flaw with this phone as far as I’m concerned is the lack of an in built phone book, with this you can only save numbers onto the SIM. This might be OK for general users because the SIM capacity is 100 numbers which is probably enough, however for serious business users this was sometimes quite restrictive. The 702 got round this by offering an extra 100 in the phone itself. The 402 does offer some basic call profile settings but again nowhere near the adaptability of the 702, I suppose though it still scores on this point over other similar priced phones from other manufacturers. But as I said earlier it’s saving grace is it’s cheapness and it’s availability on pre pay packages, the fact that you can also swap the fronts (but not the back) also helped to give this handset a foot hold in the pre pay market amongst younger buyers. I would also add that the other advantage it has over a lot of the other handsets on offer, on pre pay especially, is the fact that it is a Nokia and as such you know your always going to get a reliable product, albeit in this case a very basic one.
i have had a lot of different mobilephones.when i bought this phone i have been completely cool with this phone.the menus are easily accessable and it`s easy to use.the phone has a good look from outside and you can cange the panel if u like.the battery lasts long enough so you don`t have to recharge it often.Personally i like the navi button it makes the use of the menus real easy.in future will be better phones but it is one of the best nowadays.
I finally succumbed! Having put off getting a mobile phone as long as possible I finally gave in this summer. At the time most of my friends were parting with their nk402s and upgrading to one of the more stylised Nokia phones, but as I've never been able to follow fashion with any degree of success this was obviously a good time for me to get one! The nk 402 has been around for a while now and it's definitely not the 'must have' accessory it used to be. However, the fact that fashion has moved on, does in no way detract from the fact that this is essentially a very good phone. It does exactly what it says on the tin - it's a phone, you can er.... phone people on it and they can.. phone you. It also has other basic functions like SMS (text), calculator, alarm clock, blah blah - and of course there's snakes for when lectures get too much. (or boring train journeys if you're more industrious). In it's favour the 402 is very customizable although not as far as the newer models, for example the range of ring tones is limited (there are only thirty - shock horror how will I cope? ;-) although personally I think less is more. I do however love the large Nokia screen which lets you send much more interesting and inventive text messages. It's also cheap so even apart from the initial outlay, losing or even driving over it would be stupid but not a complete disaster. On the down side, it is a little chunky compared to more recent models and the battery makes it quite heavy (although you can get a slimmer battery for it if you really want to pay!). The size, while a nuisance when the phone is in your pocket is a godsend when it's in your hand. It sits comfortably while the weighting and solid buttons make texting easier. I have found that the newer phones have very flimsy buttons and the smallest nokias are just ridiculous for texting as you can't help but hit more than one at a time. To be quite honest my main attraction to this phone is that I have neither the time, money or patience to make sure I have the latest new model - in this way the402 suits me down to the ground as the design (or relative lack of it :-) is timeless. I'm not sure ergonomics is really a concept that can be used in referring to this phone -although it feels uncannily comfortable in your hand. It may be due to their wide appeal, but you don't feel silly carrying one either when some other phones can make you look a bit like a yuppy. In terms of extras there are many phones on the market now which are far superior, but I still love the 402. Overall, not a phone for the techno wizz or a fashion victim but quite functional enough for the rest of us.
The Nokia 402 is perhaps the most popular mobile phone that has yet been released. Although it has now been discontinued (Nokia have stopped making them) it is still a very popular choice with mobile users of all ages. With the constant flow of new phones hitting our stores such as the Nokia 3310 and the vast array of WAP phones, you would think that the 402 would slowly, but surely, dissapear. As of now, this is certainly not the case. Ofcourse, a lot of people have a lot of different phones. But in my group of friends, the 402 is the most popular of the lot. Even holding off competition from the more advanced 3210. But is the 3210 really more advanced? I have to say that no, I do not think it is. Sure, the phone has a more sophisticated shaped and design, but the actual features of the phone seem to have been borrowed from the 402 handbook, even taking away a few of the good points! The 402 sums up convienience for a phone. With the touch of a button you are given access to the phones many options such as Phone Book, Messages and Tones. Another plus point of the 402 is that the whole design and layout of the phones many options are blissfully simple, to the point that a primary school kid could handle it with relative ease, and I am sure that many do. With one button push you find yourself at the helm of your entire phone book, that means that you could find yourself looking at 90 names and numbers. In your phone book, you have a choice of how to view it. You can view it as Name List, which just gives the names. Large Font which, again, gives the names, but larger. This feature is perfect for short sighted people as the name of one of your friends/work colleagues is blaring out at you. But out of the three choices, I utilize Name,Number as you can scroll through your entire phone book whilst looking at the names AND number of one of your friends. Perfect! Nokia 402 is definately a phone for the masses, a phone for people of all ages. A feature aimed at younger owners is the Games section. Thats right, you can play one of three games on your mobile phone. This is a far better feature than the lame Bio Calendar offered on the Savvy. You have a choice of three games that you can play. Logic is, in my opinion, the worst game of the trio and frankly, is not worth bothering with after you have tried it once. Perhaps the most challenging and thoughtful game is Memory. There are 60 squares, each revealing a different picture ranging from a rocket to a tap! You have to try and match up a picture with one exactly the same in as many tries as possible. This game is a fresh alternative after you have been playing Snake for what seems like forever. Ah yes, Snake. Believe it or not, this one game is a big reason why this phone is so popular. The concept of the game is incredibly simple, but people all over the countries have been abandoning the advanced graphics and quality of the PlayStation games for Snake, which although is just a few blocks, it absolutely oozes gameplay and fun. If after a while, you are fed up of your black, plain cover on your 402, then why not go out and buy a new phone cover. Phone covers are sold everywhere, and the diversity of them is amazing. For example, I currently have a Homer Simpson cover while my friends phone is adorned with a Union Jack. If you are thinking about buying a phone which gibes you everything you need, and countless novelty extra options... ...well, this should be it.
The Nokia nk402 is a cheap good phone to buy. It has enough features to keep you going. Lot’s of Xpress-on covers have been made for this phone official and unofficial here is a few of the official covers: - · Bermuda Blue · Shark Silver · Antiqua Red · Lime Green · Pure White · Dolphin Blue I have this phone and it is great. I have had it for nearly 7 months now and it has served me well. I think the buttons should be made of plastic like the 3210 and not rubber. This is because when you are playing one of the games like snake it doesn’t work. This is really annoying when you are trying to get a new high score on snake and the phone messes up. There is not much else to say about it really except that it has served me well. One last thing it comes with three games Snake, Memory and Logic. Snake is by far the best game you can get high scores and it is not too hard. Memory is alright but very time consuming. Logic. Well Logic I don’t see the point of it really because you can’t get any points you have to guess the right combination of pictures which is really boring. This phone is one of the best phones of all time in my opinion but it scores down on its lack of features.