Put a micro SD card in and you use the phone as an MP3 player, with a memory of up to 32GB.
The display is 2.8-inches and it’ll give you around 10 days of battery on standby, so it’s another that’s good to keep as a back-up. Buy now Amplicomms makes phones which have extra-loud ringtones and a volume booster.
There’s also a front display to show the time and show who is calling.
There’s no camera, and battery life is only decent if you use it sparingly, but highlights include a torch and you can use the phone’s microphone to record voice notes. Buy now Nokia has been making feature phones for decades so it really knows its stuff.As such, they’re a good choice for those with hearing loss, but also useful for, say, taking to a festival in the knowledge that you’ll hear it ring amongst the hubbub.It also has an SOS button to call five selected numbers.Purists won’t care for the new version of Snake, but it’s still fun to play.Battery life is up to 30 days on standby, so perfect to keep as a back-up in the car’s glove compartment.Buy now Doro focuses on the senior mobile phone market with feaures such as loud sounds, clear displays with adjustable font sizes and keys that are separate enough to make them especially easy to hit.