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You really won’t find an easier smartphone to use
User-friendly and accessible mobile technology for all
Whether you’re considering the Doro for yourself or a loved one, the first thing to consider is how tech-savvy they are. If we set an arbitrary scale of one to ten, where ten is Steve Wozniak and one is Fred Flintstone, we’d say the Doro Liberto 820 will be a boon to anyone from levels two to four. These people will probably get the most out of the Doro’s ease of use and, if they get stuck, a helper can always step in remotely to assist.
We’d still steer clear of it for total technophobes. The Liberto 820 does a lot, and despite the great job Doro has done... Full review
The very first Doro smartphone for seniors, packing a new easy-use Android
Doro's Liberto 820 is an excellent debut smartphone from the master of senior-friendly handsets. Android can appear horribly complex to smartphone virgins but Doro has extended almost every kind of assistance imagineable, from the reworked desktops and the bonus help features to the nifty bundled dock.
As for the standard smartphone features, Doro hasn't skimped there either. The 4.5-inch screen is sharp and bright and the 8-megapixel camera is surprisingly good, capturing sharp photos packed with detail.
If you have an elderly or infirmed relative who'd like a handset... Full review
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- Doro Liberto 820 Manual (PDF)
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