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It's a nice phone but way to expensive for recommendation. While it's in the same group as LG P500, Gratia costs more then Motorola DEFY witch is on another level.http://www.gsmarena.com/compar...SE Neo is expected to have this kind of price... that's two levels above...
Just thought I'd be the first to big up the Orange San Francisco in comparison!
This seems to be the category of device where Android fits best - a solid but no frills SmartPhone.A workmanlike handset for a utilitarian OS.
How can you review a phone and not say what the battery life was like? Especially when you spend several paragraphs discussing what the battery cover was like and what the phone looked like with the cover off!!! Poor review.
@Andy 10, Andrew is adding that to the article now -it should have been included in the original review.
@ gnodeb - Not quite, 369 quid at launch. But that and the Desire S will start at mid 300s with the likelihood of been under 300 pounds by the end of the year, while the Gratia is only 60-80 quid cheaper. It's too expensive for what it offers really, needs abig price drop in the next few months with big and fancy new smartphones coming at a similar pricepoint.
isnt this an HTC Mini running android?probably not a bad combination, as the HDMini is an excellent phone let down by lack of apps and a poor browser.
isnt the world sick of these htc phones yet?,i bet journalists must dread being handed one to see the same thing every time just scrolling slightly slower or faster,the clown fish was iconic for less time than htc' colour scheme.
Who is this guy in the video? Why is he speaking so quickly? Why is he not enunciating or separating his words? Not a good video review. Awful, first time I've stopped watching a review on this site. Please send him to elocution lessons.
@concern: 'This guy' is Andrew Williams, the chap who reviewed the phone. It was his first go so there are a few presentation issues to iron out. We'll take on board your thoughts.
It's actually very hard to do videos, it doesn't come naturally to everyone, give the guy a break...
@concern Video presenting is new to me so apologies. They'll get better... hopefully!
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