Very long battery life.
It's a smartphone for $60.
Cons Unreliable; died after 8 months
Processor can't handle Google Maps well
Camera is worse than on my first-gen HTC Droid Eris. No, really. I don't even bother taking pictures with it.
Summary You get what you pay for with this phone. It's fine for talking, texting, Google Hangouts, and basic websurfing. Google Play also functions pretty well, with a few glitches. Battery life is incredible; with light use, the phone will last for two days on one charge.
However, Google Maps frustrated me to no end. Navigation would frequently crash while I was on the highway, forcing me to mess with the phone while trying to keep my eyes on the road. Or worse, the phone would randomly reboot while I was driving. If you have a car, you just can't use this phone as your primary GPS; it's a safety hazard.
Plus, 8 months after I bought the phone, it's stopped turning on. It makes it to the intro screen and freezes there until I remove the battery. I'd rather have paid an extra $150 for a Galaxy S3 or iPhone 4s off Ebay and had it last for a couple more years; it would have been more cost-effective (not to mention far less frustrating) in the long run.
Pros Under $50.
Cons Everything about it! Freezes, reboots, shuts down, battery is very weak, WIFI constantly turns on, kicks you out of apps, touchscreen is bad.
Summary Buy something else! This phone is not worth the frustration you will get using it.
Pros It has decent battery life, ok CPU, adequate internal memory (1.2GB), Android 4.0.4, good call quality, good for texting, sufficient 3G, nice camera with good light, and inexpensive, decent screen, fits in pocket,Oh and did I mention the GPS rocks?
Cons The CPU is only single core and 1GHz vs 1.2GHz or more, there's no webcam but that's ok for $60, it freezes if you switch back and forth between wifi off or on, the launcher seems to gum up but you can download a free launcher.
Summary Basically this is a great starter/budget phone. So if you're poor like me, a college student, very frugal, or whatever, this phone works pretty well, especially for the price. But it does just that. It works well. It isn't perfect but you could do far worse with other budget smartphones. And the GPS navigation works with hoofing it on foot or on a bike, or in a car even, as well as public transportation. This lil guy will do just about everything you need. It's a life saver, especially at $60.