Scope of supply:
PSU (about 6 x 3.5 x 2cm)
USB cable (for power supply and / or PC, invites to this)
Stereo headphones with 3.5mm jack
Battery (not permanently installed)
Detailed instruction manual
Look and feel:
Made of plastic with a slightly brushed back, at the sitting the camera with a slightly raised edge. Side is right and left about 1 mm thick silver plastic strip, incorporated, which gives a certain "elegance". The display covers the entire front surface, including the function keys. A slightly raised, very narrow edge finishes on the sides. When closed, it feels quite stable. The lid is tight. However, it is open, the feeling fades stability both to the touch, as well as the inspection. The contacts above the on / off switch and volume control at the side of a not inspire me with great confidence. Let's see how long does that.
The Alcatel has significantly better resolved, both in appearance as in the stability and the integration into the housing. However, this is somewhat stronger.
The implementation of the SIM card and optional microSD or microSDHC (possible up to 32 GB) is a good solution when Cynus E1 (see picture in the product).
All cards work at first properly.
Rear panel Open the bottom right. Only insert the SIM card and memory card, then close the battery and the housing again. Switch on and activate the left upper corner of the SIM card, all goes quickly and smoothly. Synchronizing with a Google Account or by z. B. MyPhoneExplorer goes well without complications. Apps are also available immediately after it has been entered from the Google Account. Data such as music and photos, you can move / copy directly in Explorer to the Phone.
The phone does not have a notification LED and no illumination of the phone keys.
Wi-Fi works fast and well
Bluetooth connection is going well
GPS quickly and accurately
Contacts can be assigned to the SIM card
Battery life I can not estimate, I wear after. However, I did WLAN etc. on only when needed.
Each application and input responds quickly, capacitive display is accurate. All I need is working properly.
In my eyes, the look and feel of the One Touch 918D comfortable / better. Whether the stability is sufficient, will prove.
I think I have the full 20 words ;-)
If you have questions please ask if I know an answer, I write them. However, there is no information to gambling because I do not play.
Oh, a few general data yet:
Dual SIM card and dual standby
Dual Core Processor with 2 x 1GHZ
GSM / GPRS / EDGE 900/1800/1900 WCDMA / HSPA 900/2100 MHz
Dual sim card and dual standby for one 2G network 3G + one
3.5 "HVGA LCD, CTP, 320 x 480pixels
Smartphone with Capacitive Touchscreen
3MP camera (back), 0.3MP front camera
Android 4.2.2 (Jelly Bean)
Rom: 4GB, Ram: 512MB
Dual MIC Noise Reduction
MicroSD / SDHC memory card slot by 32GB
Size: 116 x 61.7 x 11.1mm Weight 110g (incl. Battery)
Colours: Black, White
Battery life was 4 -5 days without WiFi.
The rickety On / Off has given up the ghost. If it would have a notification LED, which would not have happened so quickly. One point deduction and a new one must be found.
Completely unnecessary, it even had a violent case well survive drops to concrete.