I bought this phone a couple of months ago as I was a little strapped for cash and this appeared very good value for money.My friends were impressed by the 'design' of it as it does look more expensive than it actually is(I own a gold trimmed one)
The features are limited-its not a camera phone and certainly doesn't have a built in sat nav or web access etc.Its basic but its definately reliable. It does however do the basics-you can call people, store contacts,play a few games.
The voice quality is ok.I do think that a phones voice quality is very important so I wasn't very impressed with that.Then again I have bought phones much more expensive than this one and have had worse reception.I guess for the price one pays for it,its to be expected.
The phone backing could have been better.it's a little fussy putting it back on(then again the price one pays reflects in this)
A let down for me was that I've been told it cannot be unlocked.Whether this is true or not,I'm not sure but I have been unable to have my one (which is on the orange network) unlocked.
Overall this is a decent phone,ideal for not so fussy youngsters and most importantly,it won't break the bank!
This is the first Sagem phone I have bought and have normally bought Nokia or one of the more known brands but this little phone does the jobs. Its got no real fancy gadgets but its reliable and has never let me down to date. I originally bought this from ASDA and for a bargain price of £10! There is no camera to take pictures and no MP3 player available.
The ringtones are set in polyphonic and the memory isn't that large to store thousands of contacts but if you looking for a phone to just do the jobs then I recommend this little dinky phone.
The phone also comes with a few games - Sudoku and Brick breaker which is quite addictive. Once you have charged this it does tend to stay charged for a while unlike some more expensive phones. It also has a handsfree setting which is always useful.
Overall a nice little phone - a bargain!