For the $50 I paid it's a great phone. Screen resolution harkens back to some of the first flip phones though. Battery life seems good.
I'm just coming off of a ln Lg k7, which I'd actually recommend if you're looking for an inexpensive device but it's very fragile.
Back to the Coolpad. Really can not complain for the price. Lacks a lot of the fancy features I'm used to in modern smartphone but the screen is large, if of low quality. Actually seems to lean toward the green end of the spectrum (most noticeable when yellows are displayed)
The touch screen feels a bit laggy, I type very fast and it can't seem to keep up so typing is somewhat of a chore.
Basically, you get what you pay for. An inexpensive phone that is usable but I'd... (continues)
Well, my new Coolpad 3622a, is officially the worst phone I've ever owned. The picture is OK, volume is a joke. Battery? I'll probably have to recharge it for the 5 minutes it takes to post this comment. The worst parts are the settings, the mind of it's own issue, and the keyboard. Settings, hardly any to customize your phone. . Mind of it's own. Really irritating! The notification bar that comes down from the top just starts up. Covers the page. Keeps asking what settings I want notifications set to. Whether I try all, none, or priority it continues to pop up. Can't text, search, YouTube. No matter the settings I've tried, nothing helps. Also starting a couple days ago, Google voice search takes over. Can't type anything. Won't even go awa... (continues)