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Handling the PhoneEasy618

Designed with seniors in mind, the Doro PhoneEasy 618 shines at being user-friendly and having a reliable performance.

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Easy readability

The device has a 2.375-inch display. Its home screen displays large fonts, reception levels, and battery power.

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A thick profile

When closed, the device measures 4.02 inches tall and 2.09 inches wide. At nearly an inch thick (0.91 inch to be exact), it will be a snug fit inside small front pockets on jeans.

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Easy glance for time

Unlike its predecessor, the PhoneEasy 410, this handset has an external display that shows info such as the current time.

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In case of emergency

On the back there is an emergency call button and an audio speaker. You can program the button to dial a specific number after pressing it three times quickly.

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Turning up the volume

On the right is the volume rocker, with plus and minus icons to easily distinguish which button increases or decreases volume.

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Smiling for the camera

The 3.2-megapixel camera takes decent pictures and its flash can continuously stay on (even when the phone is closed) to function as a flashlight.

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