Don't have time to do a full in depth review, but felt obliged to give it a mention. Recently I ordered a Swees 5.0 from Ebay for £59. It's this phone here. Phone specs. OS Version Android 4.2.2 CPU MTK MT6577 Processor Dual-Core 1.3GHz ARMv7 Processor(VFPv3,NEON) Memory 4GB ,Micro SD Card Can Support Up to 32GB RAM 512MB Network SIM1:Unlocked WCDMA 850/2100MHz SIM2: Unlocked GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz Display 5.0-inch IPS Wide Viewing Angle HD Screen Display Resolution 854 X 480 Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n Camera 8.0 Megapixel Rear Camera + 1.9 Megapixel Front-Facing Camera Bluetooth Yes GPS Yes (but need to use wifi or GPRS to support is ) Gravity Sensor G-sensor V-sensor Google Play Yes you can download thousands of APP from android market FM Radio Yes Audio Out Port 3.5mm Sim Card Slot Dual Sim Dual Standby Video Supporting MP4, FLV, AVI, RM, RMVB etc Audio MP3,WMA,MP2,OGG,AAC,M4A,MA4,FLAC,APE etc. Ebook Support TXT, DOC etc. format electronic text reading Input Android Standard / Android Keyboard Available Colors Grey size 146mm*73mm*9mm Net Weight 148g Talk Time Up to 4 hours Battery Rechargeable Li-ion battery 2280 MAH Language English / French / Spanish / German / Italian.Etc What's in the Box 1 * White android phone 1 * Power adapter (100-240V 50/60Hz) 1 * Earphones 1 * Rechargeable Li-ion battery 1 * Phone to USB cable 1 * User manual - English Now I've done my best to take some photos but sadly it's very dark here today darn sarf. Here is what you get in the package. It's pretty much your standard mobile phone fare. One set of headphones, a phone and a box. I will say though that unlike some of the other Chinese devices I've bought this one does have a nice sturdy box and packing. Now I'm a bit of a believer in these cheap Chinese electronics tbh. I mean yes, they're nowhere near the quality of expensive devices but then they're nowhere near the price either. This time however? I truly feel that the phone more than belies the price. The phone is nice and heavy and boasts a stainless steel frame. It also boasts a brushed stainless steel back panel which adds to the weight making this feel like a really nice quality product. Once booted up the phone greets you with the standard Android screen. I figured I would do the acid test and download some of the high end games. Usually with cheap devices like this one the CPU usually falls on its face. However, imagine my surprise when I started downloading these games and the phone took care of them rather easily. Here I am happily playing The Simpsons. The phone can also run games like Trials Extreme 3 with no problems at all. After a bit of digging I realised the the phone was made by Soaye, http://www.soaye.com/ And after a bit of digging it seems that they are a Vodaphone partner in China. Overall? absolutely fantastic device for the money. It's as close to a Galaxy Note as you're ever going to get for £59.