Allview is a brand from Romania, Eastern Europe and they usually deliver handsets and tablets that they brand and that are actually made in China. This time we received for testing purposes a pretty decent handset from them: the Allview P2 Alldro. This is an Android 2.3 Gingerbread budget phone, priced a bit over $200, so it’s pretty affordable.


We’re dealing here with a 3.5 inch dual SIM handset with Android 2.3 Gingerbread on board and support for 3G connectivity and WiFi. In the device’s box we found a manual, microUSB cable, the charger, battery and headphones. The Alldro P2 doesn’t come with a microSD card or Android Market, but you can install the latter by copying the needed APK on a microSD card. You’ll need one to save pics taken with the camera too, that will refuse to save them anywhere else.

Having used the phone for a couple of days I have to say it’s pretty decent for this price, especially since it’s available unlocked and without commitment. The only problems so far are a bit of lag in the main menu and also the slow battery loading time.

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