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Blu Jenny TV
lee100 has owned it for less than month before publishing this review
This is a durable but inexpensive bar phone made by BLU. Features include: quad band transciever, dual GSM sim card slots, a poor quality 1.3MP camera with flash, a 820mAh battery, a MP3 player, and an FM radio. It also has a 3.5mm headphone jack, a micro USB port for file access and charging, and an SD card slot which is essential for using the music player or camera given the miniscule internal memory. I've dropped it several times and it hasn't taken any damage, which many smartphone owners wish they could say. I have had no problems with call quality or reception, and text entry works well considering it only has a numeric keypad. The keypad is easy to press, and there isn't any give in the plastic like other cheap phones. It can be difficult to hold with one hand while texting with the keypad located at the very bottom. The screen is big, with adjustable backlight, and I have had no problems reading text. The battery seems to last a few days with light use, but the music player drains it in only a few hours.
Being a GSM phone, it should work on AT&T, T-mobile, and other MVNO carriers on their networks. Despite my liking the build quality, there were some things I found disappointing. There is no web browser, so it makes sense to find a plan without data if it's cheaper. The menu system on this phone is a bit counterintuitive to navigate, switching from a normal looking list view to a goofy icon view with no way to change this. Deleting messages and telling it to...
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