Remember when phones only had one camera?
It was a simpler time, a time with Walway apparently scotch that.
I say that because the May 10 Lite has four, that's right, four cameras.
Two on the back and two on the front.
Taper your excitement, though.
This is a mid-range phone, one that you can import from around 300 bucks.
So the cameras are more about quantity than quality.
They're competent with good lighting, but overexposure is a problem, especially in portrait shots.
But even if the quantity Camera setup is a [UNKNOWN], the rest of the phone isn't.
It's build quality is great, and avoids the shape field that many inexpensive phones can suffer from.
Plus, it's got a distinct design, thanks in much part with crisp 5.9 inch, full HD screen.
It didn't fare as well as more expensive phones in the benchmark test but I rarely notice any lag when actually using the phone.
Browsing the web and watching videos is perfectly pleasant.
And the phone also managed 3D gaming fine with Sonic Dash.
There's enough battery life to last you at least all day, as long as you don't get to keen on that Sonic Dash.
There are some noticeable missing features like NFC and water resistance.
However, there are also some nice touches like a responsive fingerprint scanner and a spacious 64 gigs of storage.
Plus, a headphone jack.
The main [INAUDIBLE] light isn't spectacular but it is solid in almost every way.
That makes it worth it of your consideration if you're looking to spend around about $300 on a phone.
I'm Daniel [UNKNOWN], check back to CNET.com for the full review.