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3.8 read reviews
Talk Time
Standby Time
Network (Band)Quad GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
Operating SystemAndroid 4
Software Memory
Display Resolution320 x 240 pixels
Display Size3.00 inches
Display Colours
Dimensions118.9 x 59.3 x 11.7mm
Weight0g
GPSNo
Camera Resolution2 megapixels
Video CameraNo
Camera FlashNo
Camera Features
Data
Browser
BluetoothNo
TV OutNo
Touchscreen
Memory Card
Internal Memory4 GB
MMSYes
E-mailYes
JavaYes
Wi-FiNo
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3.8

Nice looking phone it have a good performance and camera. Also you can upgrade the OS on this phone if you want.

8out of 10

This phone is nice it has a good camera features and many good apps to use. Also the battery is pretty well it can last for a whole day use.

8out of 10

It looks the design is nice, the performance is pretty good and average camera quality. But I found out that the keypad is quite confusing to use and some button are hard to press.

7out of 10

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