Normally I like my toys to have all the bells and whistles to play with but for some reason I am just not into phones, all I want to do is make one or two phone calls per weeks and the same useage of texts. I have a very occasional need for a camera, let's say once or twice a year, and that's all the use I make of it. No internet use at all. About 6 months ago I bought a phone, about the 6th or 7th I've had over the years, each more elaborate than the one before. I won't mention the name but it was so complicated I would have thought NASA could have used it to run a space mission. I won't bore you with a lot of detail but it was horrendously complex to use, to the point where I really couldn't be bothered to learn how. The reason I bought it was that it offered the facility to increase the size of the text font. This appealed to me because of late I'm having to put my reading glasses before I can read the screen, or see which buttons I'm pressing to type a text. Eventually I lost my rag with it and decided to see if I could find something which fits my need better. This is it! Dead simple to use. The screen has nice easy to read text, so do the buttons, and the buttons are nice and big for my big fat clumsy thumbs, so I can text without my specs. Same applies to making calls. There is a good loudspeaker so I can hear it by the side of a busy road. And I'm revelling in it.
So if you want basic simplicity like I do, I heartily recommend this one.
Or if you want a phone for your dear old relative who hasn't had a mobile before and might have difficulty learning to use a more sophisticated phone, I would think this is ideal. If so check out the SOS facility, sounds like it could be a life-saver, but I don't use it so I cannot advise.