But the camera on that phone was... not that good. In fact, even in good lighting, the photos were really potato-quality. It got kinda boring that I could not make a quick snap that would be good enough to post here or on Twitter. That's why there are cameras on phones in the first place!
So I figured it was time to look for a new phone. And if I was going to get a new one, I'd want a rather full(er)-featured phone that would last me quite a bit of time. But I did not want to pay full-price for such a phone -- I'm cheap like that.
So I did some research on smartphones from China. I settled on the Jiayu S3 Advance. As you see from the specs, it's a pretty cool phone: octa-core, 64-bits, good GPU, lots of RAM, 13 Mpx camera, even NFC!
I ordered from Pandawill, and it took them some time to send the phone, but in four weeks' time it was delivered to me, with a silicon case and an English sort-of manual added by the shop. All for 205 euros! So far, I'm quite pleased with the phone. I will try putting a different ROM on it later on.