Fairly happy with the purchase of an X1-01. Interface a tad annoyingdepsite being used to Nokias. obviously at the priice its bound to be limited, but a little awkward in places. Phone is pretty sturdy, dual sim works flawlessly but unless you alter the menu settings you can end up with ques/warnings about which sim to use etc. Likewise, the sms sending process requires at least a couple of key presses too many and adding multiple recipients to an sms has as yet eluded me (if it is even possilbe). Battery does literally last a week! (e71=3days+, iphone=1day!!)
Red colour is not that bad even for me a prolific black phone only person.
sound quality better than the low end Samsung i've had as a 2nd handset previously. and at least similar to my e71.
worst point, the supplied headset/ear piece is/was not fully compatible... not sure what that is supposed to be about. user error? it just says 'not compatible' the minute i plug it in.... not much i could get wrong with that.
Update: have since found the method to send to multiple SMS recipients. So it is there, just a little dated in its methodology I.e. MSG stays open, and can then be sent to separate contacts one after the other. I have also found that the mic/sound is better than the much newer touch screen Samsungs. Battery life has remained consistently outstanding after a year, it still lasts a week with limited call time. The supplied headset has mysteriously started working, I have no explanation for how/why. The headphones are however horrific in terms of comfort and so the headset remains an item of little use in my opinion. Have dropped the phone quite a lot and it still functions as before. I'm pleased about that as I am rarely careful with such as phones, they are just a usable tool for me.