top Top 6 Best Basic Phones 2016/2017 UK

Best UK Basic Phones As Of December 2016



Did you mean UK smartphones? This list shows the best basic phones, but this one lists the best UK smartphones.

Phones shown here are basic models as well as feature phones having obtained the best ratings in the reviews we monitor around the web. Therefore, the best basic phones listed here will not be smartphones and can be either basic bar shape classic phones, regular flip phones, or very basic models that operate like smartphones without a popular smartphone operating system.

#1. The Samsung Galaxy J7 2016

Description

Armed with more RAM (3GB) and battery power (3300mAh) than the 2015 version, the 5.5-inch Full HD Galaxy J7 2016 is a slightly-more-advanced edition of the older model. It sports a 13-megapixel FHD-video rear camera and a 5-megapixel selfie cam, the latter assisted by frontal LED lights. Inside the engine room, it operates on a 1.6GHz octa-core processor and is powered by a 3300mAh battery. Also part of its specs are NFC, VoLTE (for in-call audio enhancement), and a 16GB memory expandable by up to 12GB.






#2. The TTfone Jupiter 2

Description

The call-and-text TTfone Jupiter 2 (TT850) is apparently tailored to senior users, knowing that its key specs include an SOS button for emergencies, SOS text templates, and a dedicated side unlock switch for avoiding accidental/pocket dials. It also comes with a dedicated charging stand, a 1.77-inch monochrome 128 x 64 display, and an up-to-4GB microSD card slot. Its 800mAh battery scores a 240-hour standby time and up to 300 minutes of calling time.


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#3. The Nokia 222

Nokia 222 picture.
Average Star Rating:
81.5%

Description

Nokia's 2015 222 has the specs of a handset that barely passes the feature phone classification, such as the Opera Mini (IPv6) web browser, a 2.4-inch 65K-color LCD screen, and a 1100mAh battery promising a 1200-minute maximum talk time (696 standby period). It also features a lone 2-megapixel camera, a 32GB microSD card slot, as well as preloaded apps like GroupMe and Facebook.

#4. The TTfone Star

Photo of the TTfone Star.
Average Star Rating:
80%

Description

Not exactly the brightest star in TTfone's basic phone galaxy, the Star (TT300) opts for a bevy of old-fashioned, senior-driven specifications. These include a 2-inch TFT (176 x 220) screen, an emergency button, and a charging dock accessory for when it recharges its modest 600mAh battery. It comes with a 4GB microSD card slot and throws a headset in the package as well. It offers dual-band GSM connectivity and comes in Gray or Red.

#5. The Alcatel 10.35

A picture of the Alcatel 10.35.
Average Star Rating:
80%

Description

Alcatel's 10.35 is a mere call-and-text clamshell phone whose specs include a 1.8-inch TFT 262K-color QQVGA-128p display, an external LED light that alerts you of incoming calls/SMS, and an 8GB microSD card slot. It comes with two SIM card slots, a sub-standard 400mAh power cap (It offers an optional 650mAh battery), and an FM radio. It also supports conference calling and has a phone book memory of up to 300 entries.

#6. The Alcatel Pop 3-5

A picture of the Alcatel Pop 3-5.
Average Star Rating:
100%



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