Mobile Phone MTK6572 Android 4.2 F3501

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NETWORK2GGSM 850/900/1800/1900 Mhz
3GN/A

DESIGN Type PDA
Dimension 143.5*73.5*9.3mm
Weight

DISPLAYType IPS
Size 3.3"
Color 16M
ResolutionFWVGA(480*854)
Touch screen Capacitive touch panel

RINGTONEMP3Yes
Polyphonic Yes
Alert type Ring/ Vib/ Vib & Ring

MEMORY Phonebook Base on the memory
Interal memory Depends on the software requirement
Memory card type/ Max support  T-flash/32GB

DATA GPRSGPRS Multislot class 10, 85.6 Kbps on downlink and 42.8Kbps on uplink
EDGEEDGE 3GPP Release4, class 12, up to 237 Kbps on downlink
3GWCDMA HSDPA 21Mbps on downlink
Bluetooth version/ A2DP supportV4.0 EDR class
GPSGPS/A-GPS
Wifi802.11 b/g/n
USBVersionMicro USB 5pin/ USB2.0 HIGH SPEED
USB charge Yes
Mass storage (PC connect)Yes

MESSAGING SMSBase on the memory
MMSYes
EmailYes, support SMTP,IMAP4, POP3, exchange

MULTIMEDIA Camera Resolution 5.0MP AF
Flash Yes
Zoom Yes
Front camera/ Resolution 2.0MP FF
Video RecorderResolution 720P
Flash No
Zoom Yes
Front camcorder/Resolution 480P
Webcam Yes
Music PlayerMusic file support MP3/MID/AMR/WAV/AAC
Background playback mode Yes
Video Player Video file support MP4,3GP
Length Unlimited (depend on memory)
FMAntena built-in No
Background playback mode Yes

BATTERY Type Li-ion
Capacity 1900mAh
Talk time 240'
Standby time 240h




OTHER OS Android 4.2
CPUMTK6571 Dual-Core 1.2GHz
Flash 32Gb+4Gb
Java/ Support full QWERTY key map Android
SensorG-sensor/ light sensor/ range sensor
WAP Browser WAPYes  2.0
Handfree (Speakerphone) Yes
Charge USB
Dual SIM Standby Single SIM card(3FF SIM card)
Package Phone, Earphone, Manual, USB Charging cable,Charger


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Q:What is the difference between mobile RAM and ROM?
The speed of the program to run, to see the remaining RAM space, and is like a computer memory.
Q:Best boost mobile phone?
I have Boost Mobile and I purchased the Motorola i335 and am very unhappy with it. It's terrible for text and has a short battery charge. The small display on my phone is very scratched already with just normal use. I tried to return the phone in the first week after I purchased it with no luck. I have the 50. Unlimited plan and added 10. for unlimited international text. No one else I've found offers unlimited international text. Boost has the best plan I've found but poor service quality and the Motorola i335 is not a good phone. I know this does'nt answer your question but may be helpful.
Q:T-Mobile wi fi internet phones?
Are these all T-mobile branded phones? If so, going to the Tmobile website should yield you results for each phone. It will specifically say WiFi capable if the phone has such capabilities. Off the top of my head, the Blackberry Pearl 8120 is the only one I know that has WiFi enabled. The 8100 regular does not. Again, you would have to look at each phone specifically and see if it's capable. If these are phones 1year old or more, then chances are they are not. If they're not Tmobile specific phones, you would have to go to the provider's website and look it up. Even if they're not Tmobile phones, you can use WiFi. I have the Blackberry Curve and the internet isn't as FAST as the iPhone but it's still pretty fast. I don't have much waiting times, especially using WiFi. If you subscribe to the Hotspot thingy, you can use the WiFi pretty much in any Tmobile hotspot and the best part is if you make phone calls in those wifi areas, it's FREE. Yup. Doesn't count off your regular minutes plan. And yes it's a guarantee that you'll get wifi if you're subscribed, unless your router dies or something.
Q:can u flash a virgin mobile phone 2 metro pcs?
Can you provide more info?
Q:t-mobile phone?
wrong section for this question. but hope this works
Q:what does GPRS stand for.How does it work with the mobile phone?
It stands for General Packet Radio Service, its a communicatiosn protocol that was introduced to bridge the gap between old GSM and new CDMA standards Its based on Time Division multiplexing, which allows users to access the entire bandwidth of a channel at the time it needs to transmit. Thus it is packet based transmission since the data is transmitted in bursts rather than at one go. This means more users can occupy the same bandwidth, which makes it more efficient than normal GSM.
Q:I have virgin mobile but want another phone!?
Unfortunately, unlocked only refers to GSM phones, or T-Mobile, ATT, etc. Virgin Mobile runs off of the Sprint network wich is digital, or CDMA. You will have to use a Virgin Mobile Specific phone if you want to replace and keep the service. I would definately suggest shopping around at Verizon and seeing what kind of deals you can get. They are always offering free phones with 2 year contracts (and you can get insurance on the phone, so if something happens and you break it, it's only 50 bucks for a new one). A monthly plan is always cheaperbut a little more difficult to get, as they check your credit and you must be 18. If you are not 18 or have challenged credit, I would suggest moving to Cigular (the new ATT) pay as you go plan. It is cheaper and you get better service. You can often find phones under 100 dollars that will fit your needs. On another note, if the phone is less than a year old (no matter who the carrier is), the manufacturer should carry a 1 year manufacturers warranty. If there is no water damage, or it hasnt been dropped excessively or damaged by force, you might be able to obtain a warranty replacement from the company. Try to find out who makes your phone, call Virgin Mobile customer service and get their 1 800 number, call the manufacturer and explain your situationit's worth a shot.
Q:What Mobile Phone Do You Own?
I have a pink LG AX275 from Alltel Wireless. My plan is U Prepaid. I pay 75 cents a day for unlimited texting and nights and weekends, although I could choose from -Unlimited Texting -Unlimited Nights and Weekends -Unlimited Favorite Number calling -Unlimited Mobile to Mobile I could pay 1 dollar a day for three features, or 1.25 dollars a day for all four features, but the 2 features work best for my budget. This plan is prepaid, therefore is not a contract. Because I text so much, I think the Scoop would be better for me, but I like my pink phone too. Just be aware that if you get it, it scratches easily when dropped on a rough surface (such as the street) I think the plans that are the best ones for you money either are Alltel or Ntelos. One of Alltel's many plans is you pay $49.99 plus taxes a month for 750 minutes, unlimited mobile to mobile, unlimited nights and weekends, and 5 My Circle people. My circle means you can call five people of your choice, on any network, whether it be cell phone or not, for free any time. One of Ntelos's many plan's is you pay $29.99 plus taxes for 300 minutes, unlimited nights and weekends, and unlimited mobile to mobile. It is an additional $9.99 if you would like unlimited texting. I know many of the phones are good, and the Razrs are on sale for $9.99 with a new 2 year contract. Now if the money for the plan doesn't matter to you, I suggest getting an iphone from att, or one of the touch phones from the carrier of your choice. If you text a lot, then a touch phone and/or a phone with a full keyboard, such as the enV from verizon will suit you best. If you are a simple person and just want a phone with a few perks, I think the razr is a good phone. It all really depends on your needs on what plan/phone you get. If you have any other questions please feel free to email me.
Q:do you think mobile phones should be banned in all vehicles?
I don't think banning use of mobile phones in vehicles is the answer.Making sure that you use hands free devices and or speaker phone is a better solution. Most accidents happen when people aren't paying attention whether talking on the phone, looking down to change the channel or CD on the radio, eating, doing makeup, changing inside the car, taking care of the crying baby in the back seat. I fully agree that they should have hands free devices in every car or hell now days you can have a phone built into your car and buy minutes for it. It is a proven fact that having a cell up to your ear when driving affects you like you were drunk. With a hands free device it is just like talking to a passenger.
Q:setting up mobile phone in denmark?
Depending on where you are from , another EU country then its simple no they dont need a CPR number if you have a driving license and an address here there is no problem, I did it with 3 about four years ago, if you have a CPR number then its basically the same procedure. takes fifteen minutes. If you are not from the EU then I am not sure what they will need. Contracts are for 6 months, so the new phones can be expensive, there are some plans that again the contract is 6 months but you pay for the phone over a longer period of time. RR

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