The Good The Puma Phone offers a user-friendly interface, an attractive design, and a nice selection of sports-themed apps. Call quality is decent, and the solar panel can deliver an emergency charge.
The Bad The Puma Phone's GSM and 3G bands are optimized for the North American market. Call volume was rather low, and the touch screen is small and occasionally inaccurate.
The Bottom Line We'd change a few things about the Puma Phone, but it delivers a fun user experience that no phone can match. Just make your area has the proper coverage and enough sun.
Sagem Puma Phone
Editors' note: We updated this review on April 26, 2011, to reflect additional testing.
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