I bought this phone for my mom who is 65 years old. She used to use a Nokia phone but always complained about the text size on the screen and the button size. So I got her the iBall Aasaan. The phone was delivered the next day by Flipkart. I agree with some reviews that the navigation is not as simple for example if you start a radio, it doesn't exit to the home screen in a single please of the Call End button. But then my mom rarely uses radio. The large buttons are quite easy for her to dial the numbers she wants. The contacts list is available at a single press of the button. There is a sliding button on the right for locking the keypad (which avoids moments where you spend time just to figure out how to unlock) and a seperate on/off button for a powerful LED torch. Seperate button to start the radio and a button for volume. All these have satisfied my mom as well as myself. Highly recommended.
If you want o make a call, its not less than thrice you have to press calling button. in order to end a call, it takes atleast two attempts to disconnect. Suppose you want to redial a previous dialled number, can anyone just imagine that, user needs to press the key to atleast six times to go through different options on each click and then select the dialled number
|SIM Slot(s)||Single SIM, GSM|
|Colours||White & Grey|
|Screen Size||1.7 inches (4.32 cm)|
|Internal Memory||32 MB|
|Resolution||0.3 MP Primary Camera|
|Camera Features||Digital Zoom, Smile detection|
|Resolution||0.3 MP Front Camera|
|TalkTime||Up to 3.33(2G)|
|Standby time||Up to 250(2G)|
|Music||Music Formats: No|
|Phone Book||500 Entries with Black List|
|SMS||SMS Storage 200, SMS Blacklist|
|Other Facilities||Alarm with Voice/FM/MP3 and Ringtone alert, Scheduler, Clock, Currency and Unit Converter, Calculator, Countdown timer and Stopwatch|
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