No, I wouldn't recommend ANY of those phones.
I am considering purchasing an inexpensive Android phone for use on AT&T (new is preferable to used), and these three devices caught my attention. Would any of you recommend getting one of these kind of phones for use?
BAHAHAHA!! who'd buy that garbage??? SAVE YOUR MONEY AND BUY THE REAL THING!
That review is HILARIOUS!
I'm on a star n9977 right now. I love it. does everything I need it to do. these people will all try to tell you their name brand phones are infinitely better so they don't feel stupid for paying three times more and being locked into a contract. china phones work just as well as name brand phones.
I've had a "knock off" Chinese phone for a few weeks now, seemed like a good idea as it's dual sim, so i thought it would be nice to not have to carry 2 phones (work, home)
The Phone I have is the Jiayu G3, 720p screen, dual core cpu with 1gb ram. i really like the phone's speed and interface (android 4.04, there's a beta of 4.1 that's not stable yet)
I have a big Problem... I cant figure out how to get 3G WCDMA working on it! it connects fine on EDGE, but it's painfully slow to do anything on edge. it shows lots of WCDMA bands available:
WCDMA-ITM-2000, WCDMA-PCS-1900, WCDMA-CLR-850, WCDMA-800, WCDMA-GSM-900
I'm in Canada trying to connect to the rogers network...
I bought one on ahappydeal.com back in April. It was a knock off HTC Sensation XL. It had 2 SIM card slots and Android ICS. I sold the phone to a reseller not even 3 months later because the processor was extremely slow and the charger connector broke 2 weeks after buying it. I would not recommend buying a "china phone" unless they are using a faster processor. My 2G phones and older ones worked faster online than that thing.
Rogers is pretty much works like AT&T, so it should work. I have a x710d and it works great on AT&T's 3G network using the WCDMA-CLR-850 band. My band support are the same as yours, but I have yet to verify that the WCDMA-PCS-1900 band actually works even though its enabled in setting, that's the big question. The problem with buying these phones are finding who actually builds the phone, and whats correct in the specs. there's a lot of bad info regrading these phones. Their like a box of chocolate you never now what you'll get.