The screen is big enough for my girlfriend to comfortably play games on. It has an amazing photo camera (video is good), screen is nice and all my apps run smoothly. The 6a is a little bigger which makes it a little harder for 1 hand operation.
My logic in purchasing it is as follows. It's well worth considering even at full price.
The camera combined with the google software rivals the best and it has a fast processor and more than adequate onboard memory for most people. The battery life is up to two days for my use and there is an effective bluetooth. Of course its no apple 1... Read More
The navigation loses gps signal all the time and for no apparent reason. All wifi passwords get reset as well which is really painful. It says fully unlocked, but it's not. The amount of notifications and ads you receive is absurd.
Maybe none of this is a dealbreaker to you. If you were dumb enough to buy this mess, you should be dealt with and talked to like the complete freakin' idiot you are.
Some days by mid-day the phone is so hot without any use, just being in the pocket and before the day is over it runs out of battery. The battery on my 6a dies just as quickly as the phone on my 4 did after two years of use. Phone takes forever to cha... Read More
The battery begins to nose-dive, and if left unchecked (enabled) it will kill the phone. That swipe left is a pause first. Then another pause. The swipe texting is terrible with giving the correct words.
Camera quality is better then the xr. A15 chip is definitely noticeable versus the a12. Charger is fast and decent length, i have other iphone chargers so it wasn't necessary, but appreciated!
Dents are all around the phone frame and battery life only runs at 91%. After a breezy initial setup and day of use, phone was locked. G is obviously not ready for the public and i’ve never had to restart my phones this often either. The battery lasts... Read More
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