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D502PB Android Smartphone Review

Ergonomics and Design

This phone model was designed with ease of use in mind, though its a slower end model and is a not well known company they still designed a thoroughly thought out and comfortable phone with two SIM-card slots thats meant as your traveling phone for calls, texts and quick emailing and web searching.

You will not be using this phone for photography as the quality of shots is abysmal, even at 8.0 mega-pixel and 3264×2448 max resolution, to the point of not wanting to provide an example due to deterring people from the model all together.

The smart phone uses a personal bootloader and not a stock Google experience. It runs on Google’s Android 4.2.2 KitKat, and does so fairly slowly, with 1/4 second screen transitions and up to 4 second app-loading times.



BatteryStability Result

With the industry standard for cellphone batteries expecting at least a full day of battery life the D502PB goes forth and introduces a 1000mAh battery with a 5 1/2 hour battery life. Takes about 2 hours to charge to 100% and so far has not felt hot during the charging portion.

The temperature readings were performed in a daily usage

Thermal Readings


As previously mentioned this phones camera is not much to brag about with an 8 megapixel camera on the back and a 1.9 mega pixel camera on the front. Both of these take very poor shots and allow for very little manual altering of the shot taken.

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