Little-known mobile phone manufacturer Doro has launched what it claims are easy to use feature phones, the Doro PhoneEasy 621 and PhoneEasy 606.
The devices offer first time mobile phone users the option of owning a modern phone with a large screen, an easy to use keypad and an FM radio.
|Doro PhoneEasy 621|
The PhoneEasy 621 has been designed for the more senior audience in mind, and the Assistance Button allows users to send a pre-recorded text to a friend or family member with just one touch of a button. The device also features a 2MP camera which is video enabled- perfect for sharing memories with friends and family.
|Doro PhoneEasy 606|
The PhoneEasy 606 on the other hand has been built to be sturdy, withholding drops and shocks unlike most modern smartphones on the market. Calls can be answered and ended by simply flipping the screen up, making it quick and simple to use.
Chris Millington, Doro’s UK and Ireland Managing Director, stated that the PhoneEasy 621 “provides an attractive handset option for those users who don’t want a complicated device.” He added that the PhoneEasy 606 is a “robust handset is all about giving people what they need in an easy-to-use package. The device enables users to stay connected by providing technology that is easy and enjoyable for all to use”.
The Doro PhoneEasy 621 is available for less than £90 SIM free, or from £10 per month on a monthly contract, whilst the PhoneEasy 606 can be found for a snip under £50. Doro is also set to launch a smartphone, its second to date, later this year, which meets the same focus of ease of use.
Written by Charlotte Kertrestel