OK, this is not a Samsung or an iPhone - however, at less than £40 it is remarkable value and appears to be reasonably well made.
It is quite small but I found using the keyboard OK after a bit of practice. It runs Android 8 "Go" edition - so it's easy to set up and use. Memory is a tad sparse but I put in a Kingston 'Canvass' 32GB microSD card (£4 on Bargain Fox) and immediately set it as 'internal' storage. Once I signed into my Google Account, my Contacts etc were automatically imported and I could choose to select any APPs used on my Xiaomi mobile. As such, I was able to install a few APPs that I frequently use - bus times, train times, Bargain Fox Shopping etc. All work fine.
WiFi works great (2,4 MHz only) and it takes up to 2 nano SIMs (as well as the SD card). The connection is 3G which is not very quick but more than adequate for normal use - as you are unlikely to moving lots of data with this device! Battery life is not spectacular but again, adequate. Unusually these days, the battery is removable and easily replaced
The best bit is the display which, for the price, is amazingly good and very clear - much better than I expected. The cameras work and are OK for the odd 'snap'. There are a set of earphones in the box and sound is actually very good.
I bought this as a spare mobile for the family. In that regard it is brilliant. It would also be great for someone looking for a simple mobile with the addition of the odd APP. Paired with a glass screen protector and a silicone case it is well protected and feels good in the hand. A GiffGaff PAYG SIM allows us to use it without the need for a contract.
On the basis of the price, I have absolutely no complaints. It has it's limitations but it is so much better than any other mobile in the price band that I have tried. So, I am rather chuffed.