Bar phones, or candy bar phones, are the simplest of all cell phones. Here’s an overview of the best dumb bar phones that we’ve reviewed so far.
Check out a couple of the most popular dumb phones below $25.
Need your phone mainly for texting? Then a QWERTY keyboard with actual physical keys comes in super handy. This is where dumb phones really shine: It’s a lot faster to type on a keyboard with actual keys, than on most smart phone touch screen keyboards.
If you’re looking for a sturdy and reliable phone to take outdoors with you, without all the bells and whistles (and cost) of a smart phone, here’s a couple of popular rugged dumb phones for you that will resist water, dust, drops, and harsh treatment in general.
Many elderly and senior family members might be a bit overwhelmed with the spectrum of features that your average modern day smart phone supports. Rather than the latest iPhone generation, they probably value a simple phone that makes it easy to take and place calls.
For a kids’ phone, stability is a must. It shouldn’t easily break when accidentally dropped, stepped on, left outside in the rain, or whatever. Therefore, we definitely recommend getting a rugged phone for your kids.
Slide phones are more compact than normal bar phones because they hide their keypad in the interior when closed, preventing you from accidentally pocket-dialing or -texting someone.
There’s nothing quite like taking and ending your calls by flipping your phone open or closed. We’ve compiled an overview of the most popular non-smart flip phones available today.