I was just about to post an update!
The lack of physical keyboard is bloody annoying.
But aside from that I'm pretty impressed so far.
I'm bowled over by Google's speech-to-text!
The bloody thing actually works thus mitigating the lack
of physical keyboard and finally delivering something we were
promised 30 years ago.
Build quality is pretty good although volume and power buttons seem
a bit flimsy and there's no external speaker, it uses the ear piece
so sound quality is muted.
Battery life seems to be miraculous. Even today with push work email active
it's a 97% since 8am. The old phone would be around 80% by now.
It's a budget phone, camera picture quality is poor and it's missing features
I really like coloured notification LED and the home, back and menu touch
keys aren't back-illuminated.
There's a front camera for vid calls too.
Dual SIM is working great although it sees my femto-cell at home as roaming
(which in effect it is) and so queries sending MMS etc on a roaming network.
(I think you can probably disable this.)
All the software seems to be working, but VPN appears to be acting up
as it connects ok but BBC iPlayer still sees me as outside the UK. (Could be a VPN
I like it.
And for the price of €69 it is phenomenal!
So in summary:
Okay for browsing/email/phone calls.
Good battery life.
4 out of 5 stars.