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Buying unlocked budget phone is a tricky business and you need to pay attention from who you are buying. The best case is if Amazon sells the particular model. Chances of buying a counterfeit phone are pretty high and I think a lot of negative reviews for brand name come from such cases.

Some eBay advertisements for smartphones for example stress "With the original XXX motherboard" which imply there there are many with "non-original" motherboard.  I think most Nokia products have counterfeits.

Here is one telling review of Lenovo A830 Android4.2 Quad Core 1.2GHz 5.0 inch QHD 540960 3G WCDMA 8.0MP

Honest

Fake China Phone September 9, 2013

Do not buy this phone if you are actually looking for a lenovo phone. The a830 and a820 are fake phones, china copies. Go to the Lenovo website and look for those phones and you won't see them.

So you need to analyze negative reviews trying to spot problems. That mean that the selection of the vendor from which you are buying the phone is as important as the selection of the model and you should pay due attention, reading the rating, reviews and such. Generally selection of a vendor with too few reviews that is not using "Prime" delivery, or has multiple reviews and less then 4.5 star rating is very dangerous and additional risk does not justifies saving that you might get.

The selection of the vendor from which you are buying the phone is as important as the selection of the model and you should pay due attention, reading the rating, reviews and such. On Amazon buy only from "Prime" vendors so that you can return it.

But not all negative reviews are relevant. There are two types that you can probably safely ignore:

Iggy See all my reviews

1.0 out of 5 stars Don't Buy. Lots of problems, looks good on paper but unusable in real life, July 17, 2013

Amazon Verified Purchase(What's this?)

This review is from: Sony Xperia E C1604 Dual-SIM Unlocked Android Phone--U.S. Warranty (Black)

Pros:
- Dual Sim Capable
- Responsive, doesn't feel slow and the UI looks nice
- Phone design looks good, not ugly for a budget smart phone
- microSD slot
- Lightweight
- Call quality (good even on International calls)

Neutrals (features expected for a $150 smart phone):
- Screen quality/resolution is average (320 x 480 pixels, 3.5 inches. 165 ppi pixel density)
- Single core CPU (1 GHz Cortex-A5)
- Memory is OK (4 GB, 2 GB user available. 512 MB RAM)
- Battery Life is OK (not great but not bad either)

Cons:
- Dual Sims aren't very useful.
- Only SIM1 is 3G capable, SIM2 is 2G only
- Camera is useless, very poor quality pictures in most situations. Mediocre pictures in good light
- Phone would lock-up if a call was made on one of the SIMs and it was ended before the other other party answered.
- Random phone radio/dialer lock-ups (phone looks like it is working but no incoming or outgoing calls)
- Random phone restarts
- Phone doesn't shutdown after a lock-up, only fix is to remove the battery

These problems were with NO 3rd party apps installed. Just what was on the phone itself.

I regret buying this phone, it would have been better to just use 2 phones rather than this phone.

It was bought so we could use it when traveling internationally.

The Samsung dual SIM phones all supported 3G only on SIM1

(unlike Sony, Samsung was honest and stated this in their specifications).

This phone just like the Samsung phones has one 3G radio which is for SIM1 only.

In most countries 3G wouldn't matter for voice calls but if you travel to Japan or South Korea you need a 3G phone/radio, 2G doesn't work at all. Which is why I wanted a dual sim phone that supports 3G on both SIMs. I only found out of this problem while the phone was in Japan, SIM2 radio didn't work at all in Japan. This combined with the radio/dialer lock-up issue caused major problems.

This phone was used by my mother (she knows how to use an Android phone just not troubleshoot it) and she had an awful experience with it. The phone lock-up and 3G radio issues left the phone inoperable for long periods during her trip. This made it impossible to communicate since we didn't know what was happening. The phone would work sometimes and not others. We tried several SIMs thinking it was a problem with the wireless service providers. What we didn't realize was that the phone worked for a little while because the battery was taken out and put back in during SIM swaps.

This phone caused lots of stress for my mother & others trying to communicate with her during the trip and on her return. The day of her return she spent over two hours waiting at the airport after traveling for over 22 hours. Her flight was early, airport staff routed some passengers through a different terminal she thought we hadn't arrived yet and waited for us thinking we weren't at the airport yet. We arrived early as well because we saw that the flight was ahead of its schedule. We waited for her thinking customs/immigration might be taking time. We tried calling her but couldn't reach her since the phone was locked-up. She tried shutting down the phone (it never shutoff the phone was locked-up). She tried calling us but no calls went through, she thought the wireless service providers were the issue. Luckily she got tried of waiting and a couple of Good Samaritans helped her out, they called me for her so I was able to find her.

Save yourself lots of headaches and stress, don't buy this phone.

Recommended Models

HUAWEI G6620

Amazon.com HUAWEI G6620 Unlocked GSM Phone with Dual SIM, 1.3 MP Camera, QWERTY Keyboard, B Cell Phones & Accessories 41.18

Huawei G6620 - Full phone specifications

General 2G Network GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 - SIM 1
  GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 - SIM 2
SIM Dual SIM (Mini-SIM)
Announced 2011, July
Status Available
Body Dimensions 108 x 59 x 12 mm (4.25 x 2.32 x 0.47 in)
Weight -
Keyboard QWERTY
Display Type TFT, 256K colors
Size 320 x 240 pixels, 2.4 inches (~167 ppi pixel density)
Sound Alert types Vibration, MP3 ringtones
Loudspeaker Yes
3.5mm jack Yes
  - SRS sound enhancement
Memory Card slot microSD, up to 16 GB
Phonebook Yes, Photocall
Call records Yes
Data GPRS Class 12 (4+1/3+2/2+3/1+4 slots), 32 - 48 kbps
EDGE No
WLAN No
Bluetooth Yes, v2.0 with A2DP
USB Yes, microUSB v2.0
Camera Primary 1.3 MP, 1280 x 1024 pixels
Video  
Secondary No
Features Messaging SMS, MMS, Email, IM
Browser WAP 2.0/xHTML, HTML
Radio FM radio
Games Yes
GPS No
Java Yes
Colors Gray, Blue, Orange
  - Facebook, Twitter, MSN applications
- MP3/AAC player
- MP4/H.263 player
- Organizer
- Voice memo
Battery   Li-Ion 800 mAh battery

Amazon.com HUAWEI G6620 Unlocked GSM Phone with Dual SIM, 1.3 MP Camera, QWERTY Keyboard, B Cell Phones & Accessories $41.18

So far, seems like a great deal, September 23, 2013
By
notwarrenbuffett (Santa Barbara, CA USA) - See all my reviews
 
Amazon Verified Purchase(What's this?)
This review is from: HUAWEI G6620 Unlocked GSM Phone with Dual SIM, 1.3 MP Camera, QWERTY Keyboard, B (Wireless Phone Accessory)
I've had this phone for about 2 weeks now, and bought it to use while traveling internationally. Here's what I've discovered so far:

1) As others have posted, the instruction manual that comes with the phone is in Spanish. If you're not fluent in Spanish, consider downloading the English manual BEFORE the phone arrives (easily found via Google). (See point 8, also.)

2) The first picture instructions you see upon opening the box show you how to remove the back. I still couldn't do it. I was lifting the little lifting slot on the bottom of the phone (step "A" in the picture) but it would barely lift one millimeter and if I tried to change my grip, it would drop shut again. I looked around for suggestions in other Amazon reviews but couldn't find any tips. Then I finally decided to apply some more pulling pressure on the little lifting slot and the tabs holding the back to the chassis gave way--at first I was afraid I might break it, but it turned out OK. (Later on I decided the best way to open this thing is with some kind of thin flat-blade tool. A dime works too: twist the dime to lift the slot and crack the seal, then slide the dime around to the side as you twist it.) The back feels like a really flimsy piece of plastic, but for under $40 for a dual-SIM phone, I'm not complaining about that!

3) I put in the battery and the screens came up in Spanish (no surprise, now). I know just enough Spanish (and icons) to figure out how to switch it to English in less than a minute. (a) Left soft key (menu). (b) Select the gear icon [second row of icons, on the left; not the icon with the phone AND the gear, like I tried the first time] (c) select menu option 2 "Configuración de teléfono" (d) select menu option 3 "Idioma" and you should be able to figure it out from here. Then use the right soft key "Back" until you're back at the main menu.

4) After activating the phone (with H2O Wireless, which wasn't exactly an intuitive process, but I figured it out reasonably quickly) I successfully used the menus to configure some appearance options, and set the time and date (before finding the setting to keep it automatically updated). But then I couldn't figure out how to simply place a call! It may have had something to do with a SIM card setting I changed. When I set that back the way it had been before, I was able to simply hit the number keys & dial my call. (And as others have said, the keys and their labels are REALLY tiny! I'll definitely be using my bifocals for this phone!)

5) The Call/Answer key not is not labeled with any icon, or in the usual green color, so that's not helpful, and its location will simply have to be memorized.

6) The first time I received an incoming call, the ringtone was HORRIBLE, with laughing baby sounds! So the next priority was to figure out how to change that! Found it under User Profiles, and I couldn't find a SINGLE built-in ringtone that I liked. Good thing I checked other settings because the default SMS Message notifier was the same incredibly annoying laughing baby sound! (A couple of weeks later I figured out how to create my own custom ringtone, which I'd never done before, and it worked fine. In short, I used iTunes to create the MP3 audio clip from a song, then used Bluetooth to send the MP3 clip from my laptop into the phone, and assigned it to the "profile.")

7) I had great difficulty installing the second SIM card, into the #2 (top) slot. I was trying to slide it in flat, parallel to the SIM in slot #1. I finally figured out that if I tilt it up before trying to slide it in, it goes in easily. After testing the phone for a few days with a new H2O SIM and their cheapest option (a $10 PIN), I had them port in my existing Page Plus number. Once that was complete, I could use the Dual SIM feature, and after figuring out a few things (like configuring two different voicemail inboxes, and trying to find out what happens when I switch the SIMs between slots), I had no trouble making or receiving calls or texts on either SIM. Usually an extra step or two is involved in each case (mainly when dialing or texting--you have to let the phone know which SIM to use), but it's not a big deal. Honestly I don't expect to really NEED to have two active SIMs at once, but for only $40, why not? I'm planning to do some long-term overseas travel, and I figured that this way I can have a cheap U.S. phone that's immediately ready to work when I land back in the U.S., as well as a way to have a cheap local number in most every other country in the world. (The cheapest setup I've been able to find is H2O's Pay-as-you-go, which for $10 every 90 days will keep my U.S. number alive; I will have to manually "recharge" it over the Internet every 90 days, but I don't think that will be a problem. Their auto-recharge system's biggest time interval is 30 days, currently.)

8) It was a bit of a headache to figure out how to get this thing to use data on H2O Wireless, but I eventually figured out most of what I needed to do to configure it to at least browse the web (old-style "WAP" mobile sites, only). Turns out the built-in web browser (Opera Mini) is also in Spanish and I haven't yet figured out if it's possible to change that. Of course, the pages you surf to are still in whatever language you want, but (assuming there's no way to change the browser language) it will help to know a bit of Spanish to use the few menu choices to navigate the browser. I haven't found any kind of built-in email client, but I successfully checked my main email account (Yahoo). It's painful to use, but it might help in an emergency.

So I've been using the phone for only 2 weeks now, in the U.S. only, but I haven't yet used it for the main purpose for which I bought it, which is to travel internationally and pick up cheap local SIM cards to use as I go. But I've been happy with the overall performance and the sound quality (and my elderly mother says she can hear me better on this phone than on my previous Verizon Motorola Droid X2). The battery life looks like it's going to be great, and it's very tiny & light weight--I hope it will be a very good traveling phone (and one that I won't worry about if it gets lost, broken, or stolen).

One other note:

This phone uses "Mini SIM" cards (25 x 15 mm, sometimes also referred to as "Standard SIM" cards).

Huawei G5000

Huawei G5000 - Full phone specifications

Unavalable in USA


General
2G Network GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 - SIM 2 (optional)
SIM Dual SIM (Mini-SIM)
Announced 2012, Q2
Status Available. Released 2012, Q2


Body
Dimensions 113.8 x 52.6 x 15.1 mm (4.48 x 2.07 x 0.59 in)
Weight -
- Flashlight


Display
Type TFT
Size 176 x 220 pixels, 2.0 inches (~141 ppi pixel density)


Sound
Alert types Vibration; Polyphonic(64) ringtones
Loudspeaker Yes
3.5mm jack Yes


Memory
Card slot microSD

Huawei Y300

Huawei Y300 Android 4.1 Dual Core 1.0GHz, 4.0 inch WVGA

Good phone, but has shortcomings such as limited RAM and Single SIM

 There are two models: (gsmarena):

HSDPA 900 / 2100 - Y300-0100 model -- international
HSDPA 850 / 1900 / 2100 - Y300-0151 model -- USA

One of the best super-budget phone. and the only one that can compete with Nokia Lumia 520. Only one regular size SIM. 

For approximately  $130 you can get it new in the original box.  Far from entry level in features.

The only phone from the top tier manufacturer in this category with 4" screen, android 4.1 and 512 RAM . 

See Huawei Ascend Y300 Review  from CNET UK.

Might have microphone issues: "I've had two of these phones and both had the same microphone fault - at random intervals during a call the microphone would stop working and the person I was talking to couldn't hear me. "

Good phone, but has shortcomings such as limited RAM and Single SIM

 

General 2G Network GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
3G Network HSDPA 900 / 2100 - Y300-0100 model
  HSDPA 850 / 1900 / 2100 - Y300-0151 model
SIM Mini-SIM
Announced 2013, March
Status Available. Released 2013, March
Body Dimensions 124.5 x 63.8 x 11.2 mm (4.90 x 2.51 x 0.44 in)
Weight 130 g (4.59 oz)
Display Type IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors
Size 480 x 800 pixels, 4.0 inches (~233 ppi pixel density)
Multitouch Yes, up to 5 fingers
Protection Scratch-resistant glass
Sound Alert types Vibration, MP3 ringtones
Loudspeaker Yes
3.5mm jack Yes
Memory Card slot microSD, up to 32 GB
Internal 4 GB, 512 MB RAM
Data GPRS Yes
EDGE Yes
Speed HSDPA, 7.2 Mbps; HSUPA, 5.76 Mbps
WLAN Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Wi-Fi hotspot, DLNA
Bluetooth Yes, v2.1 with A2DP, EDR
USB Yes, microUSB v2.0
Camera Primary 5 MP, 2592x1944 pixels, autofocus, LED flash
Features Geo-tagging
Video Yes, 480p@30fps
Secondary Yes, VGA
Features OS Android OS, v4.1 (Jelly Bean)
Chipset Qualcomm MSM8225 Snapdragon
CPU Dual-core 1 GHz Cortex-A5
GPU Adreno 203
Sensors Accelerometer, proximity
Messaging SMS(threaded view), MMS, Email, Push Email, IM
Browser HTML
Radio FM radio
GPS Yes, with A-GPS support
Java Yes, via Java MIDP emulator
Colors Black, White
  - SNS integration
- MP3/WAV/eAAC+ player
- MP4/H.264 player
- Organizer
- Document viewer
- Photo viewer/editor
- Voice memo/dial
- Predictive text input
Battery   Li-Ion 1730 mAh battery
Stand-by Up to 320 h (2G) / Up to 320 h (3G)
Talk time Up to 5 h (2G) / Up to 5 h (3G)
Misc SAR US 0.83 W/kg (head)     1.02 W/kg (body)    
SAR EU 0.75 W/kg (head)     0.77 W/kg (body)    
Price group
5.0 out of 5 stars Great entry level android phone, October 3, 2013
Amazon Verified Purchase(What's this?)

This review is from: Huawei Y300 Android 4.1 Dual Core 1.0GHz, 4.0 inch WVGA (Wireless Phone Accessory)

I bought this phone to replace 2 year old blackberry. Before buying this phone I tried LG L7 P705 which turned out to be extremely slow - slow UI and even slower internet connection. It went back to Amazon. I also tried Blu 4.5 Dash but it had build problems and was not connecting to my car using bluetooth. It also went back to Amazon.

So far I like this phone a lot - it connects to my car, has responsive UI, internet is reasonably fast with AT&T.

2 core cpu is fast enough for most applications.

This phone has a customized UI and instead of hating it, I actually like it!

Couple of issues related to connectivity: for some reason it was not able to connect to internet until I entered all connectivity options in settings. All other phones I used recently were able to connect to AT&T without any extra steps.

Another issue is that internet speed is not very high, I think it is less than 1Mb/s. The phone shows "H" instead of "H+", I think that explains slower internet speed. Still, internet works reasonably fast for checking email and some light browsing.

Build quality is good, although it is not one of those super slim models. On the other hand, being fatter, the phone actually feels like a phone and not like a thin piece of paper.

Battery life is ok but not great. It can last 2 days with little use or 1 day with heavy use.
I was not able to install Skysafary pro on this phone because it does not give much space to application. It looks like I need to root in order to reallocate the space.

So overall, I think this phone is a keeper.

Huawei G510

Amazon.com Huawei G510

Available as Ascend G510 U8951 with dual SIM card support.
General 2G Network GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
  GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 - SIM 1 & SIM 2
3G Network HSDPA 900 / 2100
SIM Optional Dual SIM (Mini-SIM)
Announced 2013, January
Status Available. Released 2013, April
Body Dimensions 134 x 67 x 9.9 mm (5.28 x 2.64 x 0.39 in)
Weight 150 g (5.29 oz)
Display Type IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors
Size 480 x 854 pixels, 4.5 inches (~218 ppi pixel density)
Multitouch Yes
Sound Alert types Vibration, MP3 ringtones
Loudspeaker Yes
3.5mm jack Yes
Memory Card slot microSD, up to 32 GB
Internal 4 GB, 512 MB RAM
Data GPRS Yes
EDGE Yes
Speed HSDPA, 7.2 Mbps; HSUPA, 5.76 Mbps
WLAN Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Wi-Fi hotspot, DLNA
Bluetooth Yes, v2.1 with A2DP, EDR
NFC Yes (market dependent)
USB Yes, microUSB v2.0
Camera Primary 5 MP, 2592x1940 pixels, autofocus, LED flash
Features Geo-tagging
Video Yes, 720p
Secondary Yes, VGA
Features OS Android OS, v4.1 (Jelly Bean)
Chipset Qualcomm MSM8225 Snapdragon
CPU Dual-core 1.2 GHz Cortex-A5
GPU Adreno 203
Sensors Accelerometer, proximity, compass
Messaging SMS(threaded view), MMS, Email, Push Mail, IM
Browser HTML
Radio FM radio
GPS Yes, with A-GPS support
Java Yes, via Java MIDP emulator
Colors Black, White
  - SNS integration
- MP3/WAV/eAAC+ player
- MP4/H.263/H.264 player
- Organizer
- Document viewer
- Photo viewer/editor
- Voice memo/dial
- Predictive text input
Battery   Li-Ion 1700 mAh battery
Stand-by Up to 320 h (2G) / Up to 340 h (3G)
Talk time Up to 5 h 50 min (2G) / Up to 5 h 20 min (3G)
Misc SAR EU 0.43 W/kg (head)



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