The phone is available for sale in the market for N15,000 in NIgeria. What has my experience been with the phone?
What Impressed meFor someone who uses a Nokia Lumia 1020 on a day to day basis, I find the Trend Lite to be too small in terms of screen real estate. One thing that impressed me despite the smaller screen estate is the efficacy of the virtual keyboard that supports text prediction.
This is a phone you can use as your ideal second phone if you are one of those that carry smartphones that the battery won't last more than 4 hours to 6 hours in a day. The battery of this dual SIM phone will last you for a full day.
This is the phone you want to travel with when going on holiday. You can leave your primary SIM in the phone while you'll still have space for a foreign SIM. Most phones are micro SIM enabled these days (the GALAXY Trend Lite is no exception).
Some features of the Trend LiteThe phone will support microSD up 64 GB. You'll have enough room for videos, photos and music. You do not have to burden the 4 GB built in storage where user installed and default apps are stored.
Do not expect the phone to be snappy and fast as it is a single core phone. This explains the lag I was experiencing while using the phone. The phone is N15,000 after all and there are a host of other sweet spots that are in the phone.
The phone runs on Android 4.1.2 and is powered by a 1500 mAh battery and a 512 RAM. It is 4 inches in size, with a resolution of 480 by 800 pixels at 223 ppi. To keep things in perspective, the Samsung GALAXY S5 is 2800 mAh battery and 2 GB of RAM, 5.1 inches with a resolution of 1080 by 1920 at 432 ppi. See the comparison? But the Samsung GALAXY S5 is far more expensive (N91,000)