The South Korean manufacturer’s KF300 model was put to the test by Sandra Vogel of the Trusted Reviews website recently – who said although it was clearly an entry-level device, it did have features that would be useful to some.
Described as surprisingly lightweight, she explained that by incorporating a range of font sizes to the handset’s user interface, shoppers would have a model that should always be easy to see.
A large set of buttons, as well as "decent battery life and great ergonomics" were among the other facilities that could make the device popular.
Ms Vogel added: "I’m not sure the largest fonts are entirely suited to its small screen, but if your eyes need larger fonts you may be happy with the compromise."
The KF300 also has a two-megapixel camera and an FM radio – which could interest those who have recently recycled mobile phones and are looking for a low-cost handset with just a few multimedia options.
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