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PC Magazine

An ultra-budget capable smartphone

Coolpad Rogue

from PC Magazine
The Rogue runs Android 5.1.1 Lollipop, which is a relatively recent version of the OS and more than I would expect from a $50 phone. The phone probably won't get any software updates, but Lollipop is a reasonably stable and well-performing build of Android, so you should be OK on it for a while... Full review
The camera stinks.not Happy with this phone.

The camera stinks.not Happy with this phone.

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Rockstargenes

Temp phone only

Coolpad Rogue

I got this phone as a Temp phone while my phone was in repairs. Its better than the loaner phone Tmobile provided me. I got the phone at walmart for $30 dollars so I didn't expect much from a 30 dollar phone. The internal storage quickly filled up and most of that was just updates to the pre-inst... More

I got this phone as a Temp phone while my phone was in repairs. Its better than the loaner phone Tmobile provided me. I got the phone at walmart for $30 dollars so I didn't expect much from a 30 dollar phone. The internal storage quickly filled up and most of that was just updates to the pre-installed apps that came with phone. I moved all apps that I could to SD card but even then I had issue. Kept getting internal storage full when trying to install new apps and only way to it installed was to clear cache. once that was done, i still had issue depending on the app installation size. I even had it set to install to SD directly but it did not installed to SD directly. That could have been me just not knowing how to set up it to install directly to sd card. I only suggested this phone as a temp phone or do what I'm doing, put music on SD card and use it as a MP3 player for you activity.

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