A good cell phone for $ 89 as much as it cost a year and a half ago. it drop a couple of times but no scratches. Solid batteries and good screen resolution. Vr and emulator games can be played. Multitasking works well and the internal memory has enough. the camera is solid. The cheapest cell phone I've ever had and still lasts. The only thing I don't know is if it can capture a 5g Wi-Fi signal.
It seemed like a good smartphone, good design with good battery capacity, very intuitive, good screen size with high resolution, an acceptable quality-price ratio. I bought it to have an emergency smartphone in case any of the family breaks down, which is why I kept it for more than a year just charging the maintenance battery; When the day came to have the need to use it and after inserting the SIM card, the smartphone restarts only after a short time, without installing any application, I change the SIM for another with the same results, I perform a factory reset, remove the SIM and the Result the same, which makes it a useless junk and € 100 in the trash ... in short a total disappointment to have a nice paperweight
Nice, well worth the $130 AU, including shipping from Asia. Pros - pretty much everything is good, fast, thin, good battery life, strong, scratch-resistant, it's got the Iris detection. Cons - picture quality probably not quite as good as your $1000 phone, the software is little lacking also. Oh, it's not Google Approved, but still takes updates and apps from Play Store.