Love Front camera handy for selfie addicts. Design is light and attractive. Fast 4G Hate Screen resolution is average. Sometimes unresponsive touchscreen T3 Says Never more than competent, but far from unnattractive for the budget price Android is rather curious, with ugly icons littering the screen in the absence of a central apps folder. The third home screen has Tools and Google Apps folders, while the main window is dominated by a big “Me” widget with select contacts, weather and other info. It’s not bad but if you’re an Android aficionado, it takes some getting used to.
It’s the case with the G6 as a whole. As slim as an iPhone 5S and with a fast processor on paper, it’s alas rather sluggish in practice and, in terms of wow factor, about as far from an Apple handset as we can imagine. But for the price, it’s still not to be sniffed at.
If you must wear a Bluetooth headset, you may as well wear the best. This is tiny and fits the ear
perfectly, while audio is strong, with sophisticated noise cancellation. Some neat finishes, too. $150, jaw bone.com