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Waste of money....I bought it and sent it to be used in Jamaica and all it does is turn off even when fully charged.....now I have no way of getting my money back because no one coming back to the states. Don’t buy this phone
Bought it for an elderly friend, not the best option. Sluggish, screen is not very bright, but... You get what you pay for. Spring up another $50 or so and get something better. This phone is not worth the time.
Pros: Cost. Samsung name and support for less than $100. Has headphone jack and microSD support. Cons: Absolutely no frills. Very slow. Specs for this phone (released 2020) are below those of Galaxy s9 (released 2018). Also, when researching specs, take note this is the *a01 core* not the a01. Worse specs, also requires different case and screen protector. Solid phone. I do not regret purchase, just make sure you know what you are getting.
For the price guess it's a good backup phone & running Android 10. It has issues. Has trouble pairing bluetooth or even being seen. With my 2017 Honda pilot (running android v4). Every time I get back in the car the phone has become unpaired. You need to do reset of all network setting on the phone to try and reconnect it (setting.system.reset.reset newworksetting). Not sure why repairing fails, but think the device name is messed up. And you can't reset the device name either, locked out. The phone shows it has a name - but everything else sees its name as '*', likely the cause of its many BT issues. These same issues do not occur with my S8 or newer samsung S20 or my much older S5-mini (love when they made small phones). Would not buy again. ...and based on issues with my new giant S20 - my next phone may finally be an apple. The OS is so messed up.