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Display1.77" screen  QCIF1.77" Pantalla   QCIF
BandGSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz    GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz    
Typedual sim cardAdaptador doble tarjeta
ChipsetSC6531SC6531
Flash32MB+32MB32MB+32MB
BluetoothSupport, BT2.1De Apoyo de ,BT2.1
FMYes De Apoyo de
GPRSYesDe Apoyo de
Camera0.3MP0.3MP
MusicMp3Mp3
VideoMp4Mp4
Battery1200mAh battery with Dual IC1200 mAh batería con doble ic
ColorRed/ Blue/Yellow/Purple/ Green/RoseRojo / azul / amarillo / púrpura / verde / Rose
languageEnglish / Spanish / Portuguese / Arabic / FrenchIngles / español / Portugues / árabe / francés


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Q:Pictures from a T-mobile phone?
I have t-mobile and i just plug my phone into my computer click startmy computer then click on your phones file (the name is different for everyone) then you pics should be in there! :) good luck
Q:PDF reader for Samsung D880 Mobile phone?
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Q:Will bad ESN expire on a Virgin Mobile phone?
Easy answer. If the phone has been reported lost, the ESN stays bad, until the original owner clears it. If the phone has been reported, the ESN stays bad until the original owner clears it. If the phone was under contract and the contract was broken, and ETF was not paid, the ESN stays bad until the original owner or the new owner pays the ETF and or final bill. I don't know very many second had owners stupid enough to pay the original owners final bill or ETF. But of which are often more than the phone is worth. But if the original owner pays it, no big deal. So as you note the THEME here, it's forever, unless the original owner who the phone was registered to, calls in or goes into a Virgin Mobile store WITH ID, to take care of whatever reason the phone's ESN is considered BAD.
Q:How safe are mobile phones?
i dont really understand your question but i will answer anyway. mobile phones are very safe because you can go anywhere with it (ulike a landline) and you can keep in touch with your friends and family in case something happens
Q:mobile phone systems?
There are a few parts to a mobile phone system: most obviously you have the radio interface, some kind of two way radio link between the handset and the 'base station'. This transmitts and recieves digital data using quadrature phase shift keying (PSK). This is a kind of modulation very similar to FM, but is used with digital signals rather than analogue signals. So the digital data is used to phase shift modulate an RF carrier which is then transmitted, and picked up by the base station, which then demodulates the PSK signal to recover the digital data. This is all very well and good, but what do we do when we have many users? How can the base station distinguish between the signal from one hand set and another? This is where Time Division Multiple Access (TDMA) and Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) come into play. TDMA (used in GSM systems) is a kind of time division multiplexing. Each user gets a certain 'time slot' in which they are allowed to transmit their PSK signal in. So each user takes a turn and sends a few bytes at a time. In GSM there are 8 time slots (I think, i cannot recall exactly) in each channel (frequency). The bit rate is low and special vocoders are used to get voice audio into a low bit rate. CDMA works differently, on principles originated by an Austrian actor (and electrical engineer and mathematician!) Hedy Lamarr
Q:prices of mobile phone??
There are lots of prices for mobile phones. Here in the Philippines, the prices for brand new phones are about PhP3,000 to PhP60,000. If you would be ok with secondhand phones, you can have them for PhP500 to PhP50,000. It depends on the condition of the phone and its model
Q:T-mobile phones.?
no i think there is a select few such as samsung tgh 2619 samsung blast [like chocolate] sidekick II (135.00) nokia open faced phone their is a samsung phone that is like slvr with a camera for about 40-50 dollars + more minutes $25 - 130 mins $50- 400 mins $100 - 1000 mins each txt message is 1 minute all your muintes rollover it is ur best bet for prepaid phones!1
Q:Unlock AT&T and T-Mobile phone.?
You can research the internet for codes or go to your nearest independent Mobile Phone shop. You may be able to get it from T-Mobile but at a price!
Q:What is the mobile phone OTG function?
OTG technology is achieved in the absence of Host, the realization of data transmission from the device.
Q:what is the difference between smart phone and mobile phone?
They're both almost the same, except smart Phones are mobille phones with alot more capacities other that calling, such as wi-fi antenna, office applications, other non-calling stuff.

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