One of the latest phones to be made available to entry-level handset buyers has been put to the test in a new review.
Flora Graham explained in an article for Cnet this week that although the Samsung Lucido S7220 is missing some of the high-end features to be found on its sibling devices, it will have a certain level of appeal for some.
She said in comparison to such models the phone could be found lacking but added that those in the market for a simple, well-built handset may find it "perfectly adequate".
Ms Graham noted this is how the Lucido S7220 should be rated in terms of looks and feel, adding its availability free on £35 monthly may also make it popular.
"It’s easy to use and not expensive, so if you like your phones traditional and fingerprint-proof, it could still be the choice for you," she concluded.
The phone is also on sale sim-free for around £140 and the gadget comes with a five-megapixel camera, video recording, microSD card support and HSDPA speeds of up to 7.2 Mbps.
Also this week, the Guardian considered the Samsung Omnia HD i8910 and praised its TouchWiz interface.
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