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I bought this smartphone last week. It works really well and has a lot of apps of it. The price was also good.
Build: I bought this smartphone last week for $399. Its build quality is really good and feels solid in my hands. I think the screen size is a little too big (hard to use with one hand) but it's hard to tell since I've only had the phone for a few days and my last phone had a smaller screen.
Speed/Battery: Going from app to app is pretty fast but having too many open slows the phone down. The battery life is also pretty decent - I can go a whole day without having to charge the phone with light to medium use.
Call Quality: My biggest gripe is that the call quality could be better. A lot of the time, people can't hear me talk so I have to speak louder.
Overall, for the price I paid, I think the phone is good value for money. I haven't had the phone for very long, but I have a good first impression of it. I'd give it a 7.5/10.