Has the core features people look for in a smartphone, including a 13MP camera with flash. The 5.5-inch screen makes it easy to see apps. Large-font menu is easy to scroll through and makes email, text, and other features easy to spot. An optional Urgent Response package is available.
The slower Snapdragon 210 processor may frustrate users who like gaming on their phones.
Large buttons are easy to see and push. Two screens – one on the outside and the other inside – have large text. Fast-dialing options can be set up. Dedicated 5Star button allows access to this emergency service with one touch.
Phone speaker volume is too low for some, though a firmware upgrade may resolve the issue.
Raised, large-format analog buttons are front and center beneath a larger-than-usual 2.31-inch display. Includes an SOS button and a tracking feature that can help caregivers locate users. Flashlight can be activated with a side button.
Limited to just a few carriers due to its older GSM and WCDMA network compatibility.
Huge 6.3-inch screen with super-sharp QHD and OLED is easy on the eyes. Settings can be adapted to larger-format fonts and icons. Plenty of internal memory to store photos taken with the dual 16MP and 12.6MP camera. Snapdragon 855 processor ensures the phone can handle demand.
It's pricey, and the features may be overkill for users who want simplicity.
Affordable at half the cost of other new smartphone releases. Smooth-running apps thanks to top-rated A13 chip. Camera is high-quality, too. Accessibility features like larger fonts and icons, VoiceOver, Zoom, and Magnify can be turned on quickly.
The 4.7-inch screen may be too small for some.
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