AT&T Avail 2 Review
AT&T Avail 2. Call quality is tarnished by the muddy voices on both ends of the line, as well as the crackling tones heard through the speakerphone.
Actually, we’re somewhat impressed that it’s able to provide us with one day’s worth of juice with our normal usage from its 1500 mAh battery. Considering that its CPU is probably working at all time to keep up with all the processes, we’re surprised it doesn’t drain the battery quickly from its precious charge.
One person’s crap can sometimes be someone’s treasure. That’s normally the case, as consumers have different needs, so depending on what they’re after, even the crummiest of phones can prove to be extremely useful to them. What we have here, though, is a $79.99 outright priced prepaid Android smartphone that begs to be purchased – merely for the throwaway price point. However, the Avail 2 is the kind of phone that’ll test your patience, mainly because everything about it so dreadful. From its super dated specs, to its pitifully slow performance, you might seriously end up finding this phone “accidentally” slipping from your hand at some point
Software version of reviewed unit:
Android version: 4.1.2
Build number: JZ054K
Kernel version: 3.4.0-g0cb1bbe