Low-End Dual Core Business Smartphone

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Size (mm)125*64*9.3mm ( L×W×H )
Weight (g)115g
ChipsetMT6572E   (Dual core 1.3 Ghz Processor)
Frequency(MHZ) GSM/EDGE/GPRS:850/900/1800/1900
Sim cardSupport Dual sims dual standby
OSAndroid 4.2.2
GPSSupport A-GPS
FM RadioSupport
Motion sensorSupport
Proximity sensorsSupport by TP sense
SpeakerAAC 1511
Main Display3.97'' WVGA IPS LCD, 800*480
Touch LensG+F capacitance screen
Main Camera2.0MP Lens FF +0.3 chipset with flash led (SW: 5.0MP)
Sub Camera0.3MP (SW:2.0MP)
Internal Memory256MB+2GB EMMC
External MemoryMicro SD card ( T-FLASH card), max 32GB
Batteries & IO
ChargerUSB Micro  5Pin
ConnectorUSB Micro  5Pin
ColorFront: black, wihte.    Back: black, white, blue, yellow, orange
LanguageEnglish, Spanish, Portuguese (Brazil), Portuguese (Portugal), Italian, German, Dutch, French, Polish, Romanian, Turkish, Russian, Arabic, Indonesian, Malay, Thai, Vietnamese, Hindi, Hebrew, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese.
Launch timeJune.2013

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it wouldnt be possible since sprint runs on a cdma network and t-mobile on a gsm. in other words, sprint don't use sim cards. unless you have a world phone but even at that it won't be guarenteed to work 100%. you would need to either use it with t-mobile or get it unlock so you could also use it with att.
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Hi Amuoro, and welcome to Y!A Camcorders: You've been asking about this same thing 5 times over the past month in various other Categories, but never have you said WHICH mobile phone model # you have. Different phones shoot video in different file formats (.3GP, .3GP2, .MP4, etc.). And you need to tell us what kind of computer you have. Editing transcoding (converting) video on a Mac is different than on a Windows PC. One important point, in your Question headline you say you want your phone videos to equal those of bigger camcorders. Most phones do not have the video quality to equal the quality of a bigger camcorder, but you can at least convert them to play normally on a television or YouTube / Netflix style media player. If you want to show or distribute your videos using DVD, then the final video format will be MPEG-2 (or you can use MPEG-4 encoding for Blu-ray HD). But this encoding step is usually handled by the DVD authoring software (Roxio, Nero, iDVD, etc.). For just online distribution viewing (YouTube, etc.), you have a wider choice of video formats for uploading. Since you are relatively new to Yahoo!Answers, you might not know that you can Update your Question using the Additional Details link on the Action Bar below your Question text. Just mouse-over the blue pencil icon Edit menu, and add the details about your phone and computer. This discussion will remain open for at least 4 days, for us to reply. hope this helps, --Dennis C.
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The Motorola i475 is too old of a cell phones. It is what we call a WAP phone. It can't access any internet website like a desktop can. The internet on this cell phone is more of text and menus like when the internet was more of menus and numbers. It won't be able to play videos or anything like that. Even Boost Mobile won't even activate this cell phone. As you know Boost Mobile is getting rid of any cell phone that uses the IDEN network. The cell phone Motorola i475 is a IDEN network phone since it has that walkie talkie feature. Boost Mobile will no longer support IDEN cell phones but only use CDMA network. So this cell phone is obsolete. All their cell phones on Boost Mobile website only use CDMA network.
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Mobile phone you want to view the TXT file, you must download the reader can.
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Also should always clean the battery contact point, available pencil eraser touch point, the effect is good. Do not place the metal conductor on the battery, a string of keys in the bag can cause the battery to short circuit and damage.
Q:T-mobile cell phone plan question.?
i recommend staying with prepaid. with that said, yes, most of there phones require an unlimited data plan for 30 dollars. and it's not just t-mobile that requires it, verizon is the same way. i say it's just another way for phone companies to get more money. i have straight talk and i love it. it's prepaid and it runs on the verizon network so it has great service. for 30 dollars a month you get 1,000 minutes, 1,000 text/picture messages and 30 MB of data or for 45 dollars a month you get unlimited everything. there's no roaming fees. unlimited calls to 411 at no extra charge, where on other providers it could cost any where from 1.29 to 1.99 for a 411 call. but that's up to you. i have had service with verizon postpaid, t-mobile, tracfone, net10, straight talk, verizon prepaid, t-mobile prepaid, u.s. cellular postpaid and i have to say prepaid wins. contracts really suck. yes the phones are nicer, but unless you pay full retail for the phone and not sign a contract, i don't recommend going with a postpaid account. good luck deciding.
Q:Shopping for mobile phone in Malaysia/Taiwan?
Yes, its cheaper for you to buy phone in Malaysia and Taiwan, where Malaysia is approx. 10 to 20% cheaper than in Taiwan. Your phone should work with any sim-card, including your sim-card from T-Mobile. But for that, you have to purchase a phone without any telco contract and you have to buy from indepedent phone sellers at their shops and its easy to find in Malaysia and less so in Taiwan. As for whether it will work in Czech Republic, you should consult T-mobile and not the handphone seller, cause its more towards the service provider on its roaming network connectivity, rather than the connectivity of the mobile phone. Consult T-Mobile for more detail about it.

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