The keyboard is intuitive and has larger keys with a great tactile response. The predictive features which makes texting easier but has a few quirks. The battery life is acceptable, even though my razor back in 2007 lasted a week on one charge.
This phone has a wireless hotspot, which is easy to configure. Works well for when you need to connect your laptop or another device in a pinch.
Kaios comes with an array of mostly useful apps preloaded (minimal bloatware) usb type c port for charging is great too. Events that ended long ago still display.
Text on screen that tells you degree battery charged is tiny. Also, text letters on keys are tiny, hard to read if you have poor eyesight. The only way to get it back is to shut off the phone and restart it.
Main flaw of the phone is when you want to sync your google contacts and calendar. Phone was not unlocked as described.
The first thing that catches your eye is the price. For $100 its totaly worth the money. Good hardware for the price point4. That's pretty good!
Finger print reader sometimes takes a couple tries.
Screen is really important on any cel, this one is actually really good for a budget phone. Screenshots are super easy, via the square tasker button. Speaker is crisp and clear with no distortion.
It comes with a clear tpu case, which is non-slip in your hand, and makes the power button recessed (helpful) the audio volume is adequate, and clips a little when set to max. The phone comes with the charger and a clear case. Comes with screen protec... Read More
This phone is good as a phone for your kids or just as a second backup phone. I use this as a portable jukebox/speedometer for my e-scooter. I'm pretty sure it would have on my other phones.
Tech support is mediocre, and only so much can be solved over the phone. I have to restart it every time to make a phone call, text constant off and on.