Overall, for the low price, this is a great buy. It's pretty low end but is definitely good enough for most tasks. I would recommend it for anyone on a budget. Battery Life The battery life isn't bad, maybe because the specs are low end and don't draw much power. Display/Screen Quality The screen isn't 16:9 ratio and it would be nice if it was but its very close and is kind of nice of a ratio. The screen isn't high resolution and is fairly blocky but really isn't very bad. The quality of it is pretty good. The glass on the front is fairly durable but can scratch. The display also has a feature where you can make it extra sensitive which means you can for example use it with gloves. It also has a feature that allows you to wake up the phone by tapping the display. Call Quality The call quality isn't bad, it 's fairly good. It's comparable to other popular phones. Ease of Use It runs Windows Phone which has very unique features but can sometimes be lacking features and sometimes the features it does have can be a little difficult and have a bit of a learning curve but not substantially. The device itself is very simple and easy to use, especially considering that all the buttons are on the right side. There also is a dedicated camera button which makes taking photos easier. Durability The phone's front display is fairly durable although it is still a little vulnerable to cracking and scratching. The back and sides are a remove piece and plastic piece that is exchangeable and is matte instead of glossy and is very durable. Design The overall style of the phone is very stylish and is iconic of the Nokia Lumia line of smartphones.