Smartphones may have changed the way we go about doing nearly everything in our lives, but there's no denying that they're complicated beasts to handle.
For some, the vast list of settings and multiple ways of doing the same thing is just too much to take in. To help the more nervous tech user ease their way into the smartphone world, Doro has gone to great lengths to simplify the Android experience on its new phone, the Liberto 820.
This 4.5-inch phone will be available globally towards the end of September and is set to cost around £250 ($418, AU$449) SIM-free, although precise pricing is yet to be announced.
Things can still go wrong with even the most basic of phones. When troubleshooting is required, up to three friends or family members are able to remotely access the Liberto 820 using a Doro app on their own phones to perform a variety of tasks.
There's a dedicated camera shutter button, so you can take pictures as though it were a camera. This will come as a bonus to anyone who's tried to explain to an elderly relative that they need to tap the on-screen picture of a camera to take the photo.