Running on Tracfone’s nationwide prepaid network, the Alcatel A383G “Big Easy Plus” is a device designed for seniors that has a large bright keypad, large font and 3G connectivity.While the 3G connectivity might not mean much (data use isn’t the focus of the A383G), it offers a better overall phone connection when compared to the 2G networks most senior devices use.At just 15 ounces, the A383G is light enough to easily place into a pocket or drop into a purse and all but forget about its presence until you need it. Blu’s Joy is an ideal candybar-style phone that offers just enough flash to not feel outdated while still offering the type of features and looks that seniors will love.Beneath the 2.4-inch display is a large numerical keypad that offers easy-to-find numbers and answer and end keys.On the inside, the Moto E Plus houses a Qualcomm Snapdragon 427 1.4 GHz quad-core processor, plus 2 GB RAM with 16 GB internal memory.That should be plenty of space for storing photos of all their adorable grandchildren, but just in case it’s not, it also has support for up to 128 GB micro SD card.Snapfon is a name that’s not going to ring any bells with traditional phone buyers, but this device is designed to be the ideal device for the senior crowd.
For seniors, sometimes a phone just needs to be a phone that can just make and receive calls.
At its core, you’ll find a 64-bit, 2GHz octa-core Snapdragon 625 processor, 3GB memory and desktop-grade Adreno 506 graphics performance.
Overall, it’s a beloved phone that won’t let you down.
It has a bright 5.5-inch display – the same size as Apple’s i Phone 8 Plus – which makes reading text and watching videos easy on the eyes.
As with most high-end smartphones these days, it also has a fingerprint reader embedded on the front, adding an extra layer of security to your phone.
Beyond emergency support, the Jitterbug Smart is hearing-aid compatible and offers a louder-than-standard speakerphone for increased support for an older audience.