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Karbonn A50S for £26

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2y, 4m agoPosted 2 years, 4 months ago
Worth a punt at that price!!
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#1
Unfortunately, it's not. At £1 it would be though.
#2
KM4353
Unfortunately, it's not. At £1 it would be though.

So you have tried it?
banned 1 Like #3
Its probably good if you're a bit skint.
2 Likes #4
With 256mb Ram you should be able to run the calculator app. Try this calculation. 7*100+7
#5
Elton Chong
Its probably good if you're a bit skint.

If I were skint do you think I'd have bought the ZT65 at £2500?




Some of us are more grown up than having to buy a £500plus phone to pose with in Starbucks.

Edited By: airfix on Jul 27, 2014 14:25: /
#6
dontasciime
With 256mb Ram you should be able to run the calculator app. Try this calculation. 7*100+7

With internal storage of 512mb would there be enough space for a calculator app?

Edited By: RossD89 on Jul 27, 2014 14:16
1 Like #7
airfix
Elton Chong
Its probably good if you're a bit skint.


If I were skint do you think I'd have bought the ZT65 at £2500?




Some of us are more grown up than having to buy a £500plus phone to pose with in Starbucks.



Good luck making a call on that or taking it out with you :p
2 Likes #8
Has anybody tried it? Or just presuming and making a statement
banned#9
It can be purchased on tax payers money
#10
airfix
Elton Chong
Its probably good if you're a bit skint.

If I were skint do you think I'd have bought the ZT65 at £2500?




Some of us are more grown up than having to buy a £500plus phone to pose with in Starbucks.

X)

Always trying to put people down or appear to be better than others.

I have been told several times that edited posts should be ignored and that they lose any and all meaning by the way...just so you know.
banned 1 Like #11
Elton Chong
Its probably good if you're a bit skint.



or if you are a child.
1 Like #12
ewwaxo
Elton Chong
Its probably good if you're a bit skint.


or if you are a child.

So you have one, what's it like?

any good?
1 Like #13
RossD89
airfix
Elton Chong
Its probably good if you're a bit skint.

If I were skint do you think I'd have bought the ZT65 at £2500?




Some of us are more grown up than having to buy a £500plus phone to pose with in Starbucks.

X)

Always trying to put people down or appear to be better than others.

I have been told several times that edited posts should be ignored and that they lose any and all meaning by the way...just so you know.

You mean by not buying a £550 phone and asking about a £26 one, I don't think so.
banned 1 Like #14
Just watched a couple minutes of a review on YT. Cheap crap. You'd be better finding a cheap contract deal on an older phone than this. Hell even the first Galaxy S would be better than this!

Edited By: KillFelix on Jul 28, 2014 07:52
#15
I am certainly not short of cash, this phone seems to do what I require, that is, use it as a phone, and also get access to my emails. Why spend hundreds of pounds, the yups with an inferiority complex probably have to buy an expensive phone to impress their friends as they do with their cars I could afford a top of the range Jag but run a 15 year old Focus, it does the job. Needless to say, I have not one penny of debt.
banned 1 Like #16
tiggar
I am certainly not short of cash, this phone seems to do what I require, that is, use it as a phone, and also get access to my emails. Why spend hundreds of pounds, the yups with an inferiority complex probably have to buy an expensive phone to impress their friends as they do with their cars I could afford a top of the range Jag but run a 15 year old Focus, it does the job. Needless to say, I have not one penny of debt.

I don't get statements like this. Yes there are some people out there that buy iPhones etc for their social status. The vast majority however buy them because they are simply great phones.

And before you say "Why pay £500+, it's just a ruddy phone!" well it's not, is it? Today's mobile's aren't just phones. They're gaming devices, high definition media players, snapshot cameras, sat-navs, social media hubs that have internet speeds comparable to broadband and access to the internet and over a million different apps, that also makes calls and sends texts.

If you take good care of your iPhone then the re-sell value actually makes them fairly inexpensive, especially combined with a decent contract. If you stay one year behind the latest iPhone (which let's be honest, is good enough for 99% of people), you could easily spend less than £1000 over the next 5 years, with contracts included, which is only a fraction more than what most people pay on a PAYG SIM when using a cheapy phone like this one.

To be absolutely honest, I think this Karbonn phone would struggle viewing an inbox with more than 5 emails in.

You get what you pay for, especially if you only think in the short term.


Edited By: KillFelix on Jul 28, 2014 09:41
#17
tiggar
I could afford a top of the range Jag but run a 15 year old Focus,

Even a XKR-S COUPÉ? Wow!
#18
Isn't a Jag just a Mondeo in a posh frock....
2 Likes #19
tiggar
I am certainly not short of cash, this phone seems to do what I require, that is, use it as a phone, and also get access to my emails. Why spend hundreds of pounds, the yups with an inferiority complex probably have to buy an expensive phone to impress their friends as they do with their cars I could afford a top of the range Jag but run a 15 year old Focus, it does the job. Needless to say, I have not one penny of debt.

I was debating whether this was even a real post, as actually it makes for quite cringe worthy reading. It’s worded like something that used to be published in Viz Top Tips in the 90's.

Tiggar: people can choose to spend their money on whatever they like, that’s a privilege of living in the free world. Berating people by claiming they have inferiority complexes for making their own choices of electronics or anything else quite honestly makes for embarrassing reading. Although there are doubtlessly people like it, even suggesting people who buy expensive phones or cars only do so in order to impress others is a grossly sweeping and inaccurate statement. ‘Why spend hundreds of pounds?’ - Those that have the means to do so are perfectly entitled to purchase ‘expensive’ things and enjoy them. They will also doubtlessly enjoy the additional comfort and/or quality over cheaper instances as a result of doing so. Why should they not enjoy the money earned and put it to use? We all may as well before our own mortality ultimately robs us of the option.

Your examples in point: why stop at this phone or car? Get yourself an old Blackberry for £2 from ebay. Sell your 15 year old Focus and replace it with a 30 year old Austin Allegro or better yet only use public transport. Tear out your central heating and get extra blankets. Rip out your plumbing and toilet in favour of the nearest stream and chamber pots. Forget modern medicines and rely on shamans and magic. If you are happy with things that ‘do the job’ that’s your prerogative, just as anyone else’s choices are theirs.

‘Needless to say, I have not one penny of debt’? If that’s the result of you never buying expensive things, then job well done and its to be commended. Its worth considering that there are many out there who regularly buy cars far superior and expensive than Jaguars who still have no debt too. Its all comparative.

I’m sure this phone will be perfectly adequate for many, though for many others will be incredibly inadequate depending on their situation and circumstance. As a result it will find its niche and I’m sure thrive in it. It is certainly a new benchmark as to what can be done cheaply.
#20
Colour me surprised, the brand snobs and resolution police are slating this phone before anyone even has a chance to try it.

Having seen a few youtube videos of it, it looks fine. Does the basics that some people need. And it is so cheap as to be pretty much disposable.
banned#21
ewaawoowaa
Having seen a few youtube videos of it, it looks fine.

You must have incredibly low tech standards if you think that this phone is fine. You can tell the sort of cheap tat you're dealing with in the first 30 seconds when the guy tilts the phone just a few degrees off center and the colours and contrast distort. The blacks turn to whites! Awful, awful piece of equipment. I wouldn't use it if you paid me.

http://i59.tinypic.com/j5ebrr.jpg
#22
See Matt Bingham's article " At £26 its one in the iPhone for Apple" in the Sunday Times
News section
banned#23
Willana
See Matt Bingham's article " At £26 its one in the iPhone for Apple" in the Sunday Times
News section

Can't. It's behind a paywall that oddly enough is £26 a month..
1 Like #24
KillFelix
Willana
See Matt Bingham's article " At £26 its one in the iPhone for Apple" in the Sunday Times
News section

Can't. It's behind a paywall that oddly enough is £26 a month..

Here you go..........

At £26 it’s one in the iPhone for Apple

DIAL B for bargain: the world’s cheapest smartphone has hit the market at a price that will have iPhone owners grimacing at their Retina displays.

Officially the Karbonn A50S, which went on sale last month, is available only in India, where it costs 2,699 rupees (£26), but Britons can buy the handset online and have it sent to their home address. It can be used on most networks with a pay-as-you-go Sim card.

The Sunday Times has tested the device and found that it works as well as many handsets costing four times as much. It has a touchscreen, it can connect to the internet, it downloads apps, it takes photographs and it makes voice calls and text messages. Because it runs on Android, the Google-owned operating system, it comes with all the usual Google services such as Gmail and Google Maps.

Its arrival will have many British consumers questioning why they pay hundreds of pounds for their phones and expensive contracts with the network providers, when the raw components are so cheap. Apple’s latest iPhone, the 5S, costs £549 in the UK and the Samsung Galaxy S5 is similarly priced. Even the basic Moto G smartphone costs £125.

Experts say the A50S is one of a new breed of cheap smartphone that will start flooding the market over the coming months. “Ten years ago the technology was expensive, but that’s not the case any more. Android has been the great leveller in the market because anyone can install it, while the hardware from places such as China is incredibly cheap and reliable,” said Ben Wood, head of research at CCS Insight, a mobile phone research company.

Other cheap brands hoping to gain a foothold in the British market include the French company Wiko, which launched a £60 smartphone earlier in the summer, Oppo from China and Micromax from India.

Although the A50S uses largely previous-generation hardware, it is still a highly competent handset. It runs the last but one version of Android, which is also used by Samsung, HTC and many other manufacturers.

It has a feature that is found in few smartphones sold in Britain: two Sim-card slots, which allows the user to swap between two networks and two phone numbers.

The rear camera is only a 2-megapixel device, but the phone also has a front-facing lens, so users can take selfies. The 3.5in touchscreen is fairly small for a modern smartphone and does not provide a high-definition display, but the dual-core processor — the chip that controls the phone — is as fast as that in many “budget” handsets costing up to eight times more.

To order the Karbonn smartphone from Britain, buyers must first register with an Indian courier company that provides a local postal address.

The phone can then be purchased online for delivery to the address in India from which the courier company will forward it to the UK.

Sending a 2kg package to the UK costs a little over 2,000 rupees (£20) and because the phone is so cheap there is no import duty to pay.
banned#25
airfix
KillFelix
Willana
See Matt Bingham's article " At £26 its one in the iPhone for Apple" in the Sunday Times
News section

Can't. It's behind a paywall that oddly enough is £26 a month..

Here you go..........

At £26 it’s one in the iPhone for Apple

DIAL B for bargain: the world’s cheapest smartphone has hit the market at a price that will have iPhone owners grimacing at their Retina displays.

Officially the Karbonn A50S, which went on sale last month, is available only in India, where it costs 2,699 rupees (£26), but Britons can buy the handset online and have it sent to their home address. It can be used on most networks with a pay-as-you-go Sim card.

The Sunday Times has tested the device and found that it works as well as many handsets costing four times as much. It has a touchscreen, it can connect to the internet, it downloads apps, it takes photographs and it makes voice calls and text messages. Because it runs on Android, the Google-owned operating system, it comes with all the usual Google services such as Gmail and Google Maps.

Its arrival will have many British consumers questioning why they pay hundreds of pounds for their phones and expensive contracts with the network providers, when the raw components are so cheap. Apple’s latest iPhone, the 5S, costs £549 in the UK and the Samsung Galaxy S5 is similarly priced. Even the basic Moto G smartphone costs £125.

Experts say the A50S is one of a new breed of cheap smartphone that will start flooding the market over the coming months. “Ten years ago the technology was expensive, but that’s not the case any more. Android has been the great leveller in the market because anyone can install it, while the hardware from places such as China is incredibly cheap and reliable,” said Ben Wood, head of research at CCS Insight, a mobile phone research company.

Other cheap brands hoping to gain a foothold in the British market include the French company Wiko, which launched a £60 smartphone earlier in the summer, Oppo from China and Micromax from India.

Although the A50S uses largely previous-generation hardware, it is still a highly competent handset. It runs the last but one version of Android, which is also used by Samsung, HTC and many other manufacturers.

It has a feature that is found in few smartphones sold in Britain: two Sim-card slots, which allows the user to swap between two networks and two phone numbers.

The rear camera is only a 2-megapixel device, but the phone also has a front-facing lens, so users can take selfies. The 3.5in touchscreen is fairly small for a modern smartphone and does not provide a high-definition display, but the dual-core processor — the chip that controls the phone — is as fast as that in many “budget” handsets costing up to eight times more.

To order the Karbonn smartphone from Britain, buyers must first register with an Indian courier company that provides a local postal address.

The phone can then be purchased online for delivery to the address in India from which the courier company will forward it to the UK.

Sending a 2kg package to the UK costs a little over 2,000 rupees (£20) and because the phone is so cheap there is no import duty to pay.

Ta.

Obviously Matt Bingham hasn't got a clue what he's on about.

I mean just look at it haha! It's an absolute joke that people are praising it!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O6-BkxLpaUw
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6yhK_ZKXUtE
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yNw2XGmQTM4
1 Like #26
The joke is that the people reviewing it in the mainstream media are drawing direct comparisons between it and the likes of Apple and Samsungs flagship handsets. They are sensationalising its release by saying it is going to trouble iPhone 5 and Galaxy S5 sales. Its like comparing a Rolls Royce Phantom against a Dacia Sandero. People that want a top end device will continue to buy them and those that want cheap and cheerful are a totally different market.
#27
KillFelix
ewaawoowaa
Having seen a few youtube videos of it, it looks fine.

You must have incredibly low tech standards if you think that this phone is fine. You can tell the sort of cheap tat you're dealing with in the first 30 seconds when the guy tilts the phone just a few degrees off center and the colours and contrast distort. The blacks turn to whites! Awful, awful piece of equipment. I wouldn't use it if you paid me.

http://i59.tinypic.com/j5ebrr.jpg

Sorry, but why would you be looking at your phone from some ridiculously obtuse angle? I look straight-on at mine, don't you?
banned#28
ewaawoowaa
KillFelix
ewaawoowaa
Having seen a few youtube videos of it, it looks fine.

You must have incredibly low tech standards if you think that this phone is fine. You can tell the sort of cheap tat you're dealing with in the first 30 seconds when the guy tilts the phone just a few degrees off center and the colours and contrast distort. The blacks turn to whites! Awful, awful piece of equipment. I wouldn't use it if you paid me.

http://i59.tinypic.com/j5ebrr.jpg

Sorry, but why would you be looking at your phone from some ridiculously obtuse angle? I look straight-on at mine, don't you?

When it's lay on a table?
#29
KillFelix
ewaawoowaa
KillFelix
ewaawoowaa
Having seen a few youtube videos of it, it looks fine.

You must have incredibly low tech standards if you think that this phone is fine. You can tell the sort of cheap tat you're dealing with in the first 30 seconds when the guy tilts the phone just a few degrees off center and the colours and contrast distort. The blacks turn to whites! Awful, awful piece of equipment. I wouldn't use it if you paid me.

http://i59.tinypic.com/j5ebrr.jpg

Sorry, but why would you be looking at your phone from some ridiculously obtuse angle? I look straight-on at mine, don't you?

When it's lay on a table?

Why would it be lay on a table?

I use my phone in my hand. If I am using a table then I usually have my tablet or laptop handy.

Fact is, I wouldn't have this phone anyway as I am a windows phone user, but for £26 it is a nice little phone for people who don't need their phone to do more than the basics.

Just think about that figure....£26. We spend more than that on a takeaway on a Friday night.

In fact, for the dual sim aspect alone, it is worth that money. There are people who just want phones that make calls, check email and take the occasional picture. Why would they need to spend more than £26.
banned#30
ewaawoowaa
KillFelix
ewaawoowaa
KillFelix
ewaawoowaa
Having seen a few youtube videos of it, it looks fine.

You must have incredibly low tech standards if you think that this phone is fine. You can tell the sort of cheap tat you're dealing with in the first 30 seconds when the guy tilts the phone just a few degrees off center and the colours and contrast distort. The blacks turn to whites! Awful, awful piece of equipment. I wouldn't use it if you paid me.

http://i59.tinypic.com/j5ebrr.jpg

Sorry, but why would you be looking at your phone from some ridiculously obtuse angle? I look straight-on at mine, don't you?

When it's lay on a table?

Why would it be lay on a table?

I use my phone in my hand. If I am using a table then I usually have my tablet or laptop handy.

Fact is, I wouldn't have this phone anyway as I am a windows phone user, but for £26 it is a nice little phone for people who don't need their phone to do more than the basics.

Just think about that figure....£26. We spend more than that on a takeaway on a Friday night.

In fact, for the dual sim aspect alone, it is worth that money. There are people who just want phones that make calls, check email and take the occasional picture. Why would they need to spend more than £26.

Haha what? Everyone lays their phone down. Buy one and prove me wrong, I dare ya!

Edited By: KillFelix on Jul 28, 2014 18:43
#31
wast3r
The joke is that the people reviewing it in the mainstream media are drawing direct comparisons between it and the likes of Apple and Samsungs flagship handsets. They are sensationalising its release by saying it is going to trouble iPhone 5 and Galaxy S5 sales. Its like comparing a Rolls Royce Phantom against a Dacia Sandero. People that want a top end device will continue to buy them and those that want cheap and cheerful are a totally different market.

Horses for courses I say, I paid for a decent TV because it sits on the wall at home, a phone however gets taken out to site with me where it can be used and probably abused with damage from dust, dropped, other contaminants, stolen, borrowed etc.

Why take a £550 phone out when a £26 phone will still connect online etc then bin it if it gets knackered?
banned#32
airfix
wast3r
The joke is that the people reviewing it in the mainstream media are drawing direct comparisons between it and the likes of Apple and Samsungs flagship handsets. They are sensationalising its release by saying it is going to trouble iPhone 5 and Galaxy S5 sales. Its like comparing a Rolls Royce Phantom against a Dacia Sandero. People that want a top end device will continue to buy them and those that want cheap and cheerful are a totally different market.

Horses for courses I say, I paid for a decent TV because it sits on the wall at home, a phone however gets taken out to site with me where it can be used and probably abused with damage from dust, dropped, other contaminants, stolen, borrowed etc.

Why take a £550 phone out when a £26 phone will still connect online etc then bin it if it gets knackered?

Insurance is pretty cheap.. ;)

I bought a decent, fairly expensive TV because I use it a lot and for that reason it's worth paying more for. If you spent a lot of time on your phone you may as well make it as good an experience as possible.
#33
KillFelix
airfix
wast3r
The joke is that the people reviewing it in the mainstream media are drawing direct comparisons between it and the likes of Apple and Samsungs flagship handsets. They are sensationalising its release by saying it is going to trouble iPhone 5 and Galaxy S5 sales. Its like comparing a Rolls Royce Phantom against a Dacia Sandero. People that want a top end device will continue to buy them and those that want cheap and cheerful are a totally different market.

Horses for courses I say, I paid for a decent TV because it sits on the wall at home, a phone however gets taken out to site with me where it can be used and probably abused with damage from dust, dropped, other contaminants, stolen, borrowed etc.

Why take a £550 phone out when a £26 phone will still connect online etc then bin it if it gets knackered?

Insurance is pretty cheap.. ;)

I bought a decent, fairly expensive TV because I use it a lot and for that reason it's worth paying more for. If you spent a lot of time on your phone you may as well make it as good an experience as possible.

Anyone spending £500 on a phone has a screw loose. Especially when you can get phones that do the same thing for les than half the price.

It is madness and the likes of apple and Samsung are laughing at people.

I chuckle every time I see people on here claiming that a phone is crap because it only has a 720p resolution.
banned#34
ewaawoowaa
KillFelix
airfix
wast3r
The joke is that the people reviewing it in the mainstream media are drawing direct comparisons between it and the likes of Apple and Samsungs flagship handsets. They are sensationalising its release by saying it is going to trouble iPhone 5 and Galaxy S5 sales. Its like comparing a Rolls Royce Phantom against a Dacia Sandero. People that want a top end device will continue to buy them and those that want cheap and cheerful are a totally different market.

Horses for courses I say, I paid for a decent TV because it sits on the wall at home, a phone however gets taken out to site with me where it can be used and probably abused with damage from dust, dropped, other contaminants, stolen, borrowed etc.

Why take a £550 phone out when a £26 phone will still connect online etc then bin it if it gets knackered?

Insurance is pretty cheap.. ;)

I bought a decent, fairly expensive TV because I use it a lot and for that reason it's worth paying more for. If you spent a lot of time on your phone you may as well make it as good an experience as possible.

Anyone spending £500 on a phone has a screw loose. Especially when you can get phones that do the same thing for les than half the price.

It is madness and the likes of apple and Samsung are laughing at people.

I chuckle every time I see people on here claiming that a phone is crap because it only has a 720p resolution.

iPhones have less than 720p resolution and the display is fantastic.

Anyway you're subsidised by the contract but it depends on whether you want to buy one outright. Besides, if you have the money to spare then why not?

The best phones have always been that price, way, way before the iPhone, perhaps even more expensive my memory fails me, but I'm sure I remember my dad paying nearly a grand for a Nokia Communicator, the one with the screen and full size keyboard inside.
#35
Hi all,
for the two who are in some personal bout of who's got the biggest thingy........come on guys - its a phone that cost £26 quid - I have no idea what it is like, but surely its not worth going at each other about it - listen, people buy things for many reasons - so let the phone evolve, and see what happens in the future - at the end of the day it is in all the papers today - it is being talked about on a load of these sites - so the makers have scored which ever way we look at it - they have the publicity.

cheers all
#36
Little boys will always defend their "boys' toys". Not worth getting flustered. For £26 it is worth it just as a back up phone or for the kids to play on.
#37
KillFelix
ewaawoowaa
KillFelix
ewaawoowaa
KillFelix
ewaawoowaa
Having seen a few youtube videos of it, it looks fine.

You must have incredibly low tech standards if you think that this phone is fine. You can tell the sort of cheap tat you're dealing with in the first 30 seconds when the guy tilts the phone just a few degrees off center and the colours and contrast distort. The blacks turn to whites! Awful, awful piece of equipment. I wouldn't use it if you paid me.

http://i59.tinypic.com/j5ebrr.jpg

Sorry, but why would you be looking at your phone from some ridiculously obtuse angle? I look straight-on at mine, don't you?

When it's lay on a table?

Why would it be lay on a table?

I use my phone in my hand. If I am using a table then I usually have my tablet or laptop handy.

Fact is, I wouldn't have this phone anyway as I am a windows phone user, but for £26 it is a nice little phone for people who don't need their phone to do more than the basics.

Just think about that figure....£26. We spend more than that on a takeaway on a Friday night.

In fact, for the dual sim aspect alone, it is worth that money. There are people who just want phones that make calls, check email and take the occasional picture. Why would they need to spend more than £26.

Haha what? Everyone lays their phone down. Buy one and prove me wrong, I dare ya!

I'll lay my phone down on my leg to use it sometimes when I'm "watching" TV.
Obviously not to make calls, just play games or use the Internet.
banned#38
ijustwantaphone
Hi all,
for the two who are in some personal bout of who's got the biggest thingy........come on guys - its a phone that cost £26 quid - I have no idea what it is like, but surely its not worth going at each other about it - listen, people buy things for many reasons - so let the phone evolve, and see what happens in the future - at the end of the day it is in all the papers today - it is being talked about on a load of these sites - so the makers have scored which ever way we look at it - they have the publicity.

cheers all


twtuae42
Little boys will always defend their "boys' toys". Not worth getting flustered. For £26 it is worth it just as a back up phone or for the kids to play on.


Oh hai, multis!
1 Like #39
ARB82
Isn't a Jag just a Mondeo in a posh frock....

X-Type I believe :{
#40
I had both the previous nokia communicators (the "brick" and the 9000i) and yes they were £500 each but my business at the time required that functionality, I needed to access mainframe systems without humping a laptop and phone with me when I went out. It worked wonderfully on holiday as I was required to resolve a remote problem from Spain and charged for the time accordingly, being paid for going on holiday, great idea.

These days I use a basic phone for, believe it or not, talking to or texting people. I certainly haven't been suckered into the "brand" lets pay lots of money crowd, who try and fail to look sophisticated (you actually look like mugs) and a target for the street scumbags, they certainly wouldn't keep my phone once they see it.

Just because it is cheap doesn't mean it doesn't do the job people actually need it for, KISS = Keep It Simple Stupid - it works!

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