Andi’s Top 10 unlocked $100 – $150 Android phones you can by now!


Andi gives his list of top Android phones available unlocked and internationally priced between $100 – $150.

Before I get on with the list I want to make you all aware that these are phones and prices for international customers. If I were to write a list of $100 – $150 phones available in China there would be 1000’s to choose from, but this unfortunately will be of no use to most readers who live outside of the country. Where possible I have included a link to either the official site or a reseller, and as usual I would love to hear your thoughts on the list and welcome your own phone suggestions.

FAEA F2/F2S

 

faea cyanogenmod

Earlier this year FAEA had an amazing deal where you could pick up the FAEA F2 for just $99.99, that price is no longer available but the quad-core, 1080 phone can still be bought for $119.99 in regular version or $149.99 for the F2S variant with faster processor.

The FAEA F2/S were flagship phones last year so boast a FHD 1080 display, NFC, 13 mega-pixel rear camera, 5 mega-pixel front and even have a team of developers working on custom ROMS for the phone.

JiaYu G4C

jiayu g4c android smartphone

One of my personal favourite phones of 2013 makes a come back as the JiaYu G4C, boasting all the same great features but a newer, more affordable quad-core MT6582 processor.

Looking around on most stores the JiaYu G4C can be found for around $160, however there are discounts and bargains to be had and I managed to see listings of the G4C for as little as $149.99.

The G4C has a 4.7-inch 720p OGS display which is nice and compact and has left enough room in the budget to guid a sturdy, high quality device.

iNew i8000 (iNew V5)

inew i8000

Not a device I have tried (although I have reviewed the fantastic iNew V3), the iNew I8000 brings the advantages of the large screen to an affordable level. The same quad-core MT6582 chipset with 1GB RAM runs this large screen phone, plus there is room for dual SIM cards, an SD card.

Getting such a large display on a phone of this price has meant a lower 960 x 540 resolution though and the rear 5 mega-pixel camera is lower than the competition (although the front is a 5 mega-pixel too), but for those of you who want a large screen on a budget the i8000 could well be work a look.

No.1 S7 Lite

No1s7white

The design of the Samsung Galaxy S5, but at the price of a budget Chinese phone. The No.1 S7 lite shares it’s design with the octacore version of the phone but has a quad-core MT6582 chipset in place with 1GB RAM. Internal memory is 8GB but can be added to with the use of an SD card plus there is a rear 13 mega-pixel camera and front 5 mega-pixel shooter.

The cost of the N1. S7 Lite is just $129.99, and with that budget means the 5.1-inch panel is a qHD model, but the rest of the spec is pretty good for the money.

Doogee Turbo DG2014

doogee turbo dg2014

A little shopping around and you can easily find the Doogee Turbo DG2014 for just $140, but what makes the Doogee such an attractive buy? Well the phone is good-looking, comes in a range of bright colours and measures just 6.3mm thick.

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The 5-inch is a 720p HD OGS model, the main camera is a 13 mega-pixel unit plus performance is nothing to be sniffed at either with a quad-core MT6582 chip at its heart and 1GB RAM on tap.

JiaYu G2F

 

jiayu g2f hero

So far on this list we have bargains from last year, stylish ultra thin phones and a large screen phablet, but what if build quality and price are the most important aspects to a phone’s spec for you? Well the JiaYu G2F isn’t the most exciting phone on this list but at just $99.99 it does offer a 4.3-inch Gorilla Glass display, steel chassis, and quad-core processor.

Compared to the F1, the G2F also has more RAM (1GB), a built-in Wolfson audio chip for better performance, an 8 mega-pixel main camera, 2200mAh battery and OTG!

Lenovo A850+

Lenovo-A850

Ok so the Lenovo A850+ is actually a little more expensive, but I found this phone for just $159.99 with very little effort and prices are coming down all the time. So what does the extra $10 over our budget afford us? Well a big name brand phone, and a powerful octacore MT6592 processor are two of the main benefits of the A850+. A generous 5.5-inch display, 1GB RAM and dual-SIM support are included too, but the extra power will mean you will have to live with a 5 mega-pixel main camera.

A2000

a2000

Another slender device, the A2000 has a 5-inch 720 x 1280 HD display, quad-core MT6582 processor, 1GB RAM plus all the other usual smartphone features we have come to expect from our phones. A notification LED means you won’t miss a message, 8 mega-pixel camera on the rear for catching the action and OTG for added functions.

Pricing is just $149.99 and according to the list details the phone ships with 1 x 2200mAh battery, 1 x 2800mAh battery, a flip cover with notification window, charger and user manual.

Elephone P9C

Elephone p9 water

The Elephone P9c boasts a large 5-inch OGS display powered by a 1.3Ghz quad-core MT6582 processor and 1GB RAM. The body of the Elephone P7 comes in either white or a black carbon effect with red highlights for a great individual look. Other features include OTG, an 8 mega-pixel camera and Elephone tell us that we should expect Android 4.4 Kitkat very soon. Pricing is good to at just $138.

Lenovo Vibe X

Vibe X

Lenovo make it in to the list for a second time this time with the metal backed Lenovo Vibe X phone. The Vibe X is slightly cheaper than it’s octacore bother at just $144.90, but offers a metal build and more compact 4.7-inch IPS display.

Processing comes from the quad-core Mediatek MT6582 SoC which handles dual SIM, 3G and GPS etc and there is 1GB RAM and 8GB of built-in memory for apps and video.

Top 10 Android phones from $100 – $150

As you can see from this list, there is a huge selection of phones available once we reach over $100, and a great variety to choose from.

If you have more of a budget and want something a little more powerful, or with higher resolution to the models listed here you should keep posted for our up coming top 10 list of phones.

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86 Comments

  1. $2548414
    May 3, 2014

    Much better..useable list..txx Andi..

  2. indy
    May 3, 2014

    Nice list.
    G2F no WCDMA variant to be found at resellers yet.
    The V5 also not widely available.
    Clones belong to a separate list , in my opinion.
    G4c can be found as low as 145$ .
    Would add the DG350 for 110$. And the upcoming DG800 coming in May with Android 4.4 for 120$
    Waiting for a sub100 list .

  3. Alexander
    May 3, 2014

    Hi Andy,

    What about the Neo M1? I had the chance to get buy this phone with the 50% discount day (even when the server were down for 2 hours), and looking forward to receive it!

    Any opinions on this one?

    • May 3, 2014

      It appears to be really good but the price isn’t $99.99 anymore 🙁

    • eliHd
      May 3, 2014

      Hi am really want to get neo m1aswell please let me know how it goes once you got them. At the moment am thinking of getting m1 or wait until 1+1. Thanks

    • amirexpressir
      May 6, 2014

      according to sources, it’s single sim and non-removable(built-in) battery
      considering its quad core and with those features, Thinness is the only merit it had if we compared to other the-same-range price products (jiayu g4s,coolpad f1,……) or quad core like hasee e50 or dakele small

  4. realjjj
    May 3, 2014

    Seen the Star S4 at 130$ , UMI x2 at 140$ , i guess Doogee DG350 at 110-120$ should be a better deal than some on the list. POMP W88 and POMP W99A were having a price cut somewhere , iOcean X7 hits 150$ sometimes.
    But in all fairness , if A17 and A53 based SOCs arrive soon,everybody will have to dump old inventory since those cores are quite a bit faster than A7 so not the best time to buy.

    • alon
      May 3, 2014

      Star S4 is a very bad choice from my own experience also UMI X2 is not a hit…

  5. Airyl
    May 3, 2014

    Way better list than before.

  6. Guest
    May 3, 2014

    Much better..useable list..txx Andi..

  7. Guest
    May 3, 2014

    Nice list.
    G2F no WCDMA variant to be found at resellers yet.
    The V5 also not widely available.
    Clones belong to a separate list , in my opinion.
    G4c can be found as low as 145$ .
    Would add the DG350 for 110$. And the upcoming DG800 coming in May with Android 4.4 for 120$
    Waiting for a sub100 list .

  8. Guest
    May 3, 2014

    Hi Andy,

    What about the Neo M1? I had the chance to get buy this phone with the 50% discount day (even when the server were down for 2 hours), and looking forward to receive it!

    Any opinions on this one?

    • Andi Sykes
      May 3, 2014

      It appears to be really good but the price isn’t $99.99 anymore 🙁

    • eliHd
      May 3, 2014

      Hi am really want to get neo m1aswell please let me know how it goes once you got them. At the moment am thinking of getting m1 or wait until 1+1. Thanks

    • amirexpressir
      May 6, 2014

      according to sources, it’s single sim and non-removable(built-in) battery
      considering its quad core and with those features, Thinness is the only merit it had if we compared to other the-same-range price products (jiayu g4s,coolpad f1,……) or quad core like hasee e50 or dakele small

  9. Konstantinos
    May 3, 2014

    Great list Andy!

    I’m looking to buy one of those at roundabout this price or even up to $200 but I’m interested to know which one has the best camera.

    Or even better if you could make a list in the near future of the best Camera phones from China, that would be fantastic!

    • amirexpressir
      May 3, 2014

      the best camera lense so far is IMX175 which dakele xiao is using(2 variant versions:(1/4 & 2/16GB), the infocus m320 is also the best(plus inew v3) with lens IMX135(the same as used in samsung s4/LG g2/xperia z)

      • Konstantinos
        May 3, 2014

        Thank you amirexpressir, I’ll check them out. Do you know what aperture these cameras have?
        Cheers

        • amirexpressir
          May 5, 2014

          infocus m320 & inew v3:f2.2
          dakale small:f2.0
          you can check other specs and picture taken by those phones in site(my IDname here)

  10. Berta István
    May 3, 2014

    Jiayu G2F phone WCDMA version of a ghost! Everyone talks about it but no one has ever seen …. (I think it never will!)

    • glynndrago
      May 12, 2014

      I have been waiting for it for ages now !

  11. realjjj
    May 3, 2014

    Seen the Star S4 at 130$ , UMI x2 at 140$ , i guess Doogee DG350 at 110-120$ should be a better deal than some on the list. POMP W88 and POMP W99A were having a price cut somewhere , iOcean X7 hits 150$ sometimes.
    But in all fairness , if A17 and A53 based SOCs arrive soon,everybody will have to dump old inventory since those cores are quite a bit faster than A7 so not the best time to buy.

    • alon
      May 3, 2014

      Star S4 is a very bad choice from my own experience also UMI X2 is not a hit…

  12. Saad
    May 3, 2014

    Hey Andi can you make a list of tablets under $200.

    • amirexpressir
      May 7, 2014

      ifive 3gs
      chuwi vx2

  13. Airyl
    May 3, 2014

    Way better list than before.

  14. Luís Outeiro
    May 3, 2014

    Thanks Andy, way better! 🙂

  15. gryph
    May 3, 2014

    by = buy. XD

  16. Alex
    May 3, 2014

    What about the 5.7″ Star S1. $99 + free shipping. 5.7″ 720p screen, 1.3 quad core CPU, 1gb ram, 8gb storage, microSD, 2MP front, 8MP rear. The build quality is not as good as per say Samsung but for the price, what can I say…

    Just wondering, it looks like there’s an option to upload an image file, but it’s disabled?

    • kimi
      May 3, 2014

      I searched but could not find any phone with the specification you have mentioned. Please add link for the phone where I can buy. Thanks

      • Alex
        May 3, 2014

        Antelife

    • alon
      May 3, 2014

      Star is not a reliable manufacturer – I had an experience with about 4 models and I sold hundrends of them – the hardware has very unstable quality and software is not better too…there are complete serieses with specific defects…

      • Alex
        May 3, 2014

        If it’s not too much trouble, what could you recommend that I could resell that would be of a decent quality?

      • Alex
        May 3, 2014

        I’ve noticed the defects that you are talking about. Even the battery indicator is not displaying the proper battery status? Sometimes when I restart the device the battery goes from 100% down to 60 percent which is very unusual. The launcher crashes and has to restart which again is very unusual for a new device. It’s a shame that companies do things like this and just as bad that no one regulates this industry at all in china.

        • alon
          May 3, 2014

          In general I suggest you to stay away from clone makers and try to stick to the original brands – I can recommand on jiayu and xiaomi which I personally used…

  17. Konstantinos
    May 3, 2014

    Great list Andy!

    I’m looking to buy one of those at roundabout this price or even up to $200 but I’m interested to know which one has the best camera.

    Or even better if you could make a list in the near future of the best Camera phones from China, that would be fantastic!

    • amirexpressir
      May 3, 2014

      the best camera lense so far is IMX175 which dakele xiao is using(2 variant versions:(1/4 & 2/16GB), the infocus m320 is also the best(plus inew v3) with lens IMX135(the same as used in samsung s4/LG g2/xperia z)

    • Konstantinos
      May 4, 2014

      Thank you amirexpressir, I’ll check them out. Do you know what aperture these cameras have?
      Cheers

    • amirexpressir
      May 5, 2014

      infocus m320 & inew v3:f2.2
      dakale small:f2.0
      you can check other specs and picture taken by those phones in site(my IDname here)

  18. Berta István
    May 3, 2014

    Jiayu G2F phone WCDMA version of a ghost! Everyone talks about it but no one has ever seen …. (I think it never will!)

    • glynndrago
      May 12, 2014

      I have been waiting for it for ages now !

  19. mfmx
    May 3, 2014

    The phone in the article is not Vibe X but instead “Vibe X Mini” (model number is S650). The actual Vibe X is much more expensive.

  20. Guest
    May 3, 2014

    Hey Andi can you make a list of tablets under $200.

    • amirexpressir
      May 7, 2014

      ifive 3gs
      chuwi vx2

  21. Guest
    May 3, 2014

    Thanks Andy, way better! 🙂

  22. Guest
    May 3, 2014

    by = buy. XD

  23. Alex
    May 3, 2014

    What about the 5.7″ Star S1. $99 + free shipping. 5.7″ 720p screen, 1.3 quad core CPU, 1gb ram, 8gb storage, microSD, 2MP front, 8MP rear. The build quality is not as good as per say Samsung but for the price, what can I say…

    Just wondering, it looks like there’s an option to upload an image file, but it’s disabled?

    • Guest
      May 3, 2014

      I searched but could not find any phone with the specification you have mentioned. Please add link for the phone where I can buy. Thanks

    • Alex
      May 3, 2014

      Antelife

    • alon
      May 3, 2014

      Star is not a reliable manufacturer – I had an experience with about 4 models and I sold hundrends of them – the hardware has very unstable quality and software is not better too…there are complete serieses with specific defects…

    • Alex
      May 3, 2014

      If it’s not too much trouble, what could you recommend that I could resell that would be of a decent quality?

    • Alex
      May 3, 2014

      I’ve noticed the defects that you are talking about. Even the battery indicator is not displaying the proper battery status? Sometimes when I restart the device the battery goes from 100% down to 60 percent which is very unusual. The launcher crashes and has to restart which again is very unusual for a new device. It’s a shame that companies do things like this and just as bad that no one regulates this industry at all in china.

    • alon
      May 3, 2014

      In general I suggest you to stay away from clone makers and try to stick to the original brands – I can recommand on jiayu and xiaomi which I personally used…

  24. amirexpressir
    May 3, 2014

    you have forgotten infocus m310,Inew i2000(updated price is very attractive price),hasee e50,lenovo s898t,zte v967s

    • mastaace
      May 3, 2014

      hey, which smartphone would you recommend me in the following list:
      Xiaomi MI2S 32GB
      ZTE Nubia Z5S Mini 16GB
      Infocus M310
      Hasee X50
      INNOS D10F (where can i order it? shipping to france?)
      Xiaomi MI3S which has a big screen
      Jiayu G4S

      i am looking for a quality mobile with great battery and the 3G WCDMA 900MHz
      your recommandations and advices are welcome
      thanks
      m

      • amirexpressir
        May 4, 2014

        email me to give you the way to buy things from china:
        amirbahalegharn365@gmail.com
        the price range (because of mi3 you had mention) are so vast that lots of other things can be recommended too such as thl t100s,iuni u2,zte nubia z5s,hasee x50….
        the best battery with overall specs, of course goes to g4s,innos d10f

      • Xiaolu
        June 16, 2014

        I bought an Innos D10C for me and a ZTE Nubia Z5S Mini 16GB for my brother. The quality of the ZTE is good. The Innos battery lasts for 2-3 days, but is not as powerful. I’ve seen the Xiaomi Mi3 and is quite impressive piece of hardware, and the MIUI is nice (although quite closed for my taste).

  25. mfmx
    May 3, 2014

    The phone in the article is not Vibe X but instead “Vibe X Mini” (model number is S650). The actual Vibe X is much more expensive.

  26. May 3, 2014

    What do you think of Huawei Honor 3C H30-U10 WCDMA 2GB?

  27. amirexpressir
    May 3, 2014

    you have forgotten infocus m310,Inew i2000(updated price is very attractive price),hasee e50,lenovo s898t,zte v967s

    • Guest
      May 3, 2014

      hey, which smartphone would you recommend me in the following list:
      Xiaomi MI2S 32GB
      ZTE Nubia Z5S Mini 16GB
      Infocus M310
      Hasee X50
      INNOS D10F (where can i order it? shipping to france?)
      Xiaomi MI3S which has a big screen
      Jiayu G4S

      i am looking for a quality mobile with great battery and the 3G WCDMA 900MHz
      your recommandations and advices are welcome
      thanks
      m

    • amirexpressir
      May 4, 2014

      email me to give you the way to buy things from china:
      amirbahalegharn365@gmail.com
      the price range (because of mi3 you had mention) are so vast that lots of other things can be recommended too such as thl t100s,iuni u2,zte nubia z5s,hasee x50….
      the best battery with overall specs, of course goes to g4s,innos d10f

    • Xiaolu
      June 16, 2014

      I bought an Innos D10C for me and a ZTE Nubia Z5S Mini 16GB for my brother. The quality of the ZTE is good. The Innos battery lasts for 2-3 days, but is not as powerful. I’ve seen the Xiaomi Mi3 and is quite impressive piece of hardware, and the MIUI is nice (although quite closed for my taste).

  28. Top di Gamma
    May 3, 2014

    What do you think of Huawei Honor 3C H30-U10 WCDMA 2GB?

  29. dee2
    May 4, 2014

    hi andi.. you should do the 200-300$-ish one … its where the heavyweights are … planning to replacing my s3 …. and if you have some info for their durability its should be included too .. (i heard xiaomi have a very bad rap for broken too soon )

  30. Guest
    May 4, 2014

    hi andi.. you should do the 200-300$-ish one … its where the heavyweights are … planning to replacing my s3 …. and if you have some info for their durability its should be included too .. (i heard xiaomi have a very bad rap for broken too soon )

  31. Sebastian
    May 4, 2014

    Bro, Can you Suggest a phone to buy Octa Core 2 GB of ram. 16/32 Rom. Decent battery 2500 mAh above in the range of $150-$200. Please. With skype and Whats app running Rooted phone. Thanks my email sebsonik@gmail.com
    I am searching from last 3 weeks. My mind is troubled on seeing lots of phone here at china mkt.

  32. $3003525
    May 4, 2014

    nice list.
    Will be nice also a list of mobile or makers that five native multi language ROMs.For no native English language is better have original multilingual ROM then working with cooked ROM

  33. Sebastian
    May 4, 2014

    Bro, Can you Suggest a phone to buy Octa Core 2 GB of ram. 16/32 Rom. Decent battery 2500 mAh above in the range of $150-$200. Please. With skype and Whats app running Rooted phone. Thanks my email sebsonik@gmail.com
    I am searching from last 3 weeks. My mind is troubled on seeing lots of phone here at china mkt.

  34. Guest
    May 4, 2014

    nice list.
    Will be nice also a list of mobile or makers that five native multi language ROMs.For no native English language is better have original multilingual ROM then working with cooked ROM

  35. Jonas
    May 5, 2014

    If I buy one of these will they be able to have predictive text for both English and for example Swedish? I’m new to Android (and particulate chines phones)

  36. Guest
    May 5, 2014

    If I buy one of these will they be able to have predictive text for both English and for example Swedish? I’m new to Android (and particulate chines phones)

  37. Kamui
    May 6, 2014

    And we expect the final list now 150$-200$ best 8core phones. Coolpad F1, Iocean and…

  38. Kamui
    May 6, 2014

    And we expect the final list now 150$-200$ best 8core phones. Coolpad F1, Iocean and…

  39. Fabian
    May 13, 2014

    Hi Andi, thanks for your post 🙂
    What would be your best choice up to 250$? Something with better build quality, better screen and more than 1gb RAM and at least a mt6592

  40. Guest
    May 13, 2014

    Hi Andi, thanks for your post 🙂
    What would be your best choice up to 250$? Something with better build quality, better screen and more than 1gb RAM and at least a mt6592

  41. $2548414
    May 18, 2014

    The whole list is meaning less in 2nd largest market in world..india…now Moto has come and rocked India with Moto E..at $ 115..just matchless owner experience and best usage interface..good bye all others.

  42. Guest
    May 18, 2014

    The whole list is meaning less in 2nd largest market in world..india…now Moto has come and rocked India with Moto E..at $ 115..just matchless owner experience and best usage interface..good bye all others.

  43. May 30, 2014

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    When Computer was born , Many people think their life will have a new starting. As they imagine , Computer is the best love for most of people in a long time. But with the passage of time. Laptop replaced Computer gradually and to be new leading role. Until now , Smartphone has become one indispensable part of our daily life , Such as Iphone and Samsung. However , these give us a fantasy. Who will be next Iphone or Samsung ?

    Maybe everyone has their answer , But my answer is EZTV Living Room Computer. The reason is very simple. It has many functions that Smartphone can’t achieve.

    First , It support network functions and can makes TV used as Computer. No matter how far you and TV. You still can manage TV like Computer. Such as, Play games, chat with your friend etc by wireless keyboard and mouse.

    Second, Except some android system functions and applications. It has easyROM system of Independent research and development. Systerm is more stable, Running is more smooth,Operation is easier.You can operate home page,browser,e-mail,video message etc.Only one step can complete it.

    If smartphone can make life become more convenient ,Then EZTV Living Room Computer can change you life completely.

  44. HDGENIUS
    May 30, 2014

    EZTV Living Room Computer will create a new age !

    When Computer was born , Many people think their life will have a new starting. As they imagine , Computer is the best love for most of people in a long time. But with the passage of time. Laptop replaced Computer gradually and to be new leading role. Until now , Smartphone has become one indispensable part of our daily life , Such as Iphone and Samsung. However , these give us a fantasy. Who will be next Iphone or Samsung ?

    Maybe everyone has their answer , But my answer is EZTV Living Room Computer. The reason is very simple. It has many functions that Smartphone can’t achieve.

    First , It support network functions and can makes TV used as Computer. No matter how far you and TV. You still can manage TV like Computer. Such as, Play games, chat with your friend etc by wireless keyboard and mouse.

    Second, Except some android system functions and applications. It has easyROM system of Independent research and development. Systerm is more stable, Running is more smooth,Operation is easier.You can operate home page,browser,e-mail,video message etc.Only one step can complete it.

    If smartphone can make life become more convenient ,Then EZTV Living Room Computer can change you life completely.

  45. Henri Ngobito
    May 31, 2014

    I am very interested by a good review of that S5 from Otium at $99.99 (PandaWill, FastCardTech). It is very surprising to see Antutu score reported above 18K for MTK6582 with only 512MB of RAM. That’s why, about 1 month ago, I prefered to get Kingzone S1 (MTK6582 at 1.3GHz, 5″ Gorilla Glass, OGS, LTPS, OTG, Carbon fiber back, Antutu>17k, etc) for $120 from FcT (nice video reviews). But I am still curious about that Otium S5 clone and hope someone (Andy, etc ?) will let us know more about it.
    Peace and all +++

  46. Henri Ngobito
    May 31, 2014

    I am very interested by a good review of that S5 from Otium at $99.99 (PandaWill, FastCardTech). It is very surprising to see Antutu score reported above 18K for MTK6582 with only 512MB of RAM. That’s why, about 1 month ago, I prefered to get Kingzone S1 (MTK6582 at 1.3GHz, 5″ Gorilla Glass, OGS, LTPS, OTG, Carbon fiber back, Antutu>17k, etc) for $120 from FcT (nice video reviews). But I am still curious about that Otium S5 clone and hope someone (Andy, etc ?) will let us know more about it.
    Peace and all +++

  47. Joan
    June 4, 2014

    I would like to buy a 4G let phone by around 300 euro, any suggestion ? Should I wait for LTE Mediatek phones, would it be worthy ? Thanks,

  48. Guest
    June 4, 2014

    I would like to buy a 4G let phone by around 300 euro, any suggestion ? Should I wait for LTE Mediatek phones, would it be worthy ? Thanks,

  49. tedcohen
    November 23, 2014

    Henri Amazon has some buyers liking the Otium S5.

  50. tedcohen
    November 23, 2014

    Henri Amazon has some buyers liking the Otium S5.