Making a phone call on a smartphone has never been easier. You press the green key to accept a call, the red key to hang up, and following the call surfing the Internet for a while or snapping a few nice photos couldn't be more natural either. Everything is quite simply SE, super easy.
But why are there physical keys for making calls on a smartphone? Did the product developers at emporia take the wrong exit? On the contrary, by including keys on the Supereasy, emporia has paved the way into the digitalised world of communication for older people who were previously afraid to use a smartphone.
On this smartphone, making and receiving calls has been prioritised, so it makes sense to have the keys for this on the home screen. All the smart applications – WhatsApp, the Internet browser, email, photo and video apps, calendar, map apps, etc. – are clearly laid out in alphabetical order on the second screen.
Thanks to its compact dimensions, the superEASY fits perfectly in the hand. It is not too big or too heavy, which are two factors that are important to older people when it comes to deciding which smartphone to purchase.
The new emporiaSE is IP54-certified (dust- and splash-proof) and is equipped with an emergency button on its back, which enables the user to call for help very quickly.
The phone comes with a charging cradle, a headset, an additional battery cover without the emergency button, a handbook and a user guide. As an overall package, the emporiaSE is ideal for those switching from a feature phone to a smartphone.