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Samsung Ch@t 322 a dual SIM social networking phone..

Samsung Ch@t 322 Price in India
Samsung Electronics, a global leader in mobile industry, announced the Samsung Ch@t 322 mobile phone; the ideal solution for those looking for a device to manage their social life and, if necessary, their work life as well.

“This groundbreaking combination of dual SIM cards and QWERTY keyboard represents a milestone in mobile usability, as it offers users an unprecedented level of freedom and control. The Samsung Ch@t 322 is the ultimate choice for those with busy social lives who need to balance that with work commitments” said JK Shin, President and Head of Mobile Communications Business at Samsung Electronics.

The Samsung Ch@t 322 is a mobile phone that delivers ultimate convenience for users on the go. Whether needed for business or pleasure, the dual SIM cards allow for a convenient and economic user experience while the intuitive interface makes the phone incredible easy to use. With the Samsung Ch@t 322 users can manage all aspects of their life – be it work, home or play.

DUOS Dual SIM cards offer the user an unprecedented level of flexibility. A dedicated key offers convenient access to either card, with the user able to access to two separate phone numbers on the same device – they are able to make calls under the optimal call plan or coverage available whilst separating their private and work lives if necessary.

The intelligent, innovative and intuitive optical trackpad works in tandem with the QWERTY keyboard for a comprehensive and convenient all-round user experience. Using the features on the phone is quick and easy with shortcuts on the QWERTY keyboard allowing for quick menu access, while shortcuts have also been built in to assist the typing process – simplifying web and email input, traditionally one of the more troublesome areas of phone usage. Users can also enjoy an always-connected social life with full, round-the-clock access to their favourite social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter, with a range of multimedia options. Shortcuts to Facebook and Twitter are available on the Smart Home screen allowing users to be instantly and conveniently connected with their social groups.

Furthermore, the ‘smart home’ toolbar provides the automatic updates of Facebook and Twitter. The pre-installed instant messengers such as MSN, Yahoo, Google talk enable users to chat with their buddies at anytime, at anywhere. With Bluetooth Messenger, users can enjoy chatting for free. The Auto Pull Email feature offers a push-like email experience, removing the need for users to frequently check their emails; instead, the device will simply let them know when they have received an email, saving time and patience.

The enhanced interface and DUOS UX allows the user to assign tasks on their home screen for easy and quick access to the information and functions that they need. The device is also equipped with a 1.3 Megapixel camera while the USB 2.1 connection enables fast file transfers between devices.

The Samsung Ch@t also sports a built-in MP3 media player which which supports MP3, ACC, ACC+, eAAC+, WAV, MIDI and WMA music formats. Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP) Bluetooth for stereo sound allows listening to music on bluetooth compatible headset absolutely wire-free. Samsung Ch@t 322 Dual SIM Phone is providing access to Facebook, Twitter, Google Talk, Yahoo! and MSN social networks.

The Samsung Ch@t 322 will be launched initially in Russia in November and roll out to CIS, Southeast Asia, India, China, Middle East, and Africa.

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General 2G Network GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 – SIM 1
GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 – SIM 2
Announced 2010, October
Status Available. Released 2010, November
Size Dimensions 109.5 x 60 x 12.3 mm
Weight 95 g
Display Type TFT, 256K colors
Size 220 x 176 pixels, 2.2 inches
– Optical trackpad
– QWERTY keyboard
Sound Alert types Vibration, MP3 ringtones
Speakerphone Yes
– 3.5 mm audio jack
Memory Phonebook 1000 entries, Photocall
Call records Yes
Internal 54 MB
Card slot microSD, up to 8GB
Data GPRS Class 10 (4+1/3+2 slots), 32 – 48 kbps
EDGE Class 10, 236.8 kbps
3G No
WLAN No
Bluetooth Yes, v2.1 with A2DP
Infrared port No
USB Yes, microUSB
Camera Primary 1.3 MP, 1280 x 960 pixels
Video Yes, QCIF@15fps
Secondary No
Features Messaging SMS, MMS, Email, IM
Browser WAP 2.0/xHTML, HTML
Radio FM radio
Games Yes + downloadable
Colors Black, White
GPS No
Java Yes, MIDP 2.1
– SNS integration
– Dual SIM (dual standby)
– MP3/eAAC+ player
– MP4/H.264 player
– Organizer
– Voice memo
– Predictive text input
Battery Standard battery, Li-Ion
Stand-by Up to 500 h
Talk time Up to 11 h
Misc SAR US 0.47 W/kg (head)     0.53 W/kg (body)
SAR EU 0.73 W/kg (head)
Price group MRP Rs. 4999/-

Opera 11


Opera features:

Personalize

Customize your browser

You can add, remove or reposition buttons and toolbars or change the entire layout of the browser. It is easy to do… or undo.

Access bookmarks instantly

The convenient bookmarks bar keeps commonly visited sites and bookmark folders in front of you at all times, allowing instant access. You can enable this toolbar by selecting Opera menu -> Toolbars -> Bookmarks Bar.

Choose your look and layout

Opera’s vibrant user community has created many beautiful skins and setups for you to try, so you can have a customized look for your browser.

Create your own shortcuts

Opera offers many ways to perform browser actions, and you can also customize your own keyboard shortcuts, mouse gestures and more.

Tabs

Look inside tabs

When you hover the mouse pointer over a tab, a preview shows you the content of that page. When you stack tabs, hovering over a stack also shows a preview of the tabs within, and you may select the tab you want to use.

Re-open tabs you closed

With Closed Tabs, you can open tabs that you accidentally closed or website pop-ups that Opera blocked.

 

Protect a tab from closing

By right-clicking a tab, you can pin it to prevent it from being closed by accident. Pinned tabs take up minimal space and are automatically moved to the left of other tabs to make them easy to find.

Get a better view of tabs

Visual tabs show a small thumbnail for each website, in addition to the page title and icon. You can drag the tab bar to the desired height to adjust the thumbnail size accordingly.

Save sets of tabs

You can save your open tabs as a “session” and load it later on to open these same pages. You can have multiple sessions and load each one based on what you are doing at a certain time.

Productivity

Stay in control of downloads

Download files more quickly. As soon as you click a file to save it, Opera starts downloading it, so there is no wasted time. Pause and resume downloads with the push of a button, and choose multiple files to download simultaneously.

Follow your favorite feeds

Subscribing to newsfeeds with Opera Mail is simple. Just click the RSS link in the address field, click “Subscribe”, and the feed will display under “Newsfeeds” at the bottom of your Mail panel. Now, you can get your RSS feeds right in the browser without using a separate program.

Keep your spelling in check

The spell checker in Opera shows a red line under misspelled words anywhere you can enter text on a webpage. Corrections can be chosen by right-clicking the misspelled word.

Eliminate distractions

You can block images, pop-ups and plug-ins that you do not want to see. Right-click a page, choose “Block Content” and click annoying elements to disable them selectively. In Opera, smart pop-up blocking is turned on by default.

Manage bookmarks efficiently

Give your bookmarks easy-to-remember names or group them into folders to help manage your bookmarks as your collection grows.

Load plug-ins only when needed

You can choose to have plug-ins such as Flash and Silverlight load content only when clicked. This is helpful to speed up browsing on computers that have difficulty handling lots of plug-in content.

Use convenient widget apps

Many Opera Widgets are available to provide handy functions such as showing the weather, quickly looking up information or providing entertainment and games. Opera Widgets now run directly on the desktop, so they keep running even if you close your browser.

Download using BitTorrent

Support for BitTorrent is built in to Opera so you can download torrents without the need for a separate application. You can even monitor the progress of large torrent downloads with Opera’s downloads panel.

Latest Technologies

The fastest JavaScript engine

The Carakan JavaScript engine has been further enhanced to run more quickly than ever! This makes Opera 11 the fastest browser on Earth in many performance tests. Even complex webpages load and run with lightning speed.

Support for the the latest HTML5

With our latest Opera Presto rendering engine and its improved support for HTML5 and CSS3, websites using the latest web standards are no problem for Opera. Opera 11 supports new technologies such as Web Sockets and server-sent events so sophisticated web apps and multiplayer games can be supported in Opera.

Smooth and fast graphics

Everything in Opera is drawn on your screen using Opera’s new high-performance Vega graphics library. This enables super fast and smooth graphics, in everything from tab switching to animation on webpages.

Support for Geolocation

You can now share your location with geolocation-supported websites such as Google Maps. Rest assured that your privacy is a top priority – you will always be prompted before sharing your location.

Security and Privacy

Be safe on the Web

Opera features up-to-the-minute information from leading security agencies on exploits, viruses and phishing scams. When you visit sites on the Web, Opera checks this data in real time and warns you when a site is identified as dangerous. In addition, Opera supports Extended Validation certificates (EV) to provide added assurance and trust for secure websites.

Keep your browsing private

Using a private tab or window ensures that evidence of your browsing history is removed as soon as the tab or window is closed. Now, it is safer to do your banking from a public computer or easier to plan that surprise vacation.

See your security on websites

An enhanced address field makes it easy to stay safe on the Web. The complexity of long addresses is hidden to make it clear which site you are visiting. A colored badge also indicates the quality of encryption that is used; clicking it gives you detailed information about the site.

Control website cookies

Opera allows you to choose which cookies you accept or reject. For example, you can allow for different set-ups for different servers.

Stay up to date

Opera 11 makes it easy to have the latest version of not just the browser, but any extensions and Opera Unite applications you are using. You can have completely automatic updates or to be notified when an update is ready for you install. As always with Opera, it is your choice.

Developers

Enjoy integrated debugging

Opera Dragonfly is our integrated debugging environment. Inspect the DOM, CSS, and network traffic and data stores, troubleshoot your JavaScript and take advantage of our unique remote debugging functionality.

Learn the latest web technology

Dev.Opera hosts articles and discussions on the latest in web technology. Join in and stay in touch with the direction of tomorrow’s Web.

Need help with Opera?

Need some help? Simply press F1 for instant access to the help files. Or, visit our forums to chat with staff and the My Opera community.

Learn more about Opera

Step-by-step tips and tutorials help you make the most of Opera’s great features.

Know your browser

Find Opera’s version history, web standards support, white papers and much more in one convenient location at Opera’s documentation site.


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Opera Press Releases

Newest Opera browser features tab stacking, extensions, visual mouse gestures

Oslo, Norway — December 16, 2010

Opera Software debuted the newest version of its award-winning browser today. Opera 11 combines elegant design, smart updates to some of our most popular features and new ways to customize Opera to your preferences. Download it today for Windows, Mac and Linux computers from http://www.opera.com/.

What’s new

Tab stacking

Tab stacking is a better way to organize your open tabs. Simply drag one tab on top of another to create a stack. Here is a short video to introduce tab stacking: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5hqSGGk1YTI

Extensions

Extensions help you personalize your browser and enhance what Opera can do. More than two million extensions have already been downloaded from https://addons.opera.com/. Try the top five most-downloaded extensions for yourself:

  1. NoAds authored by Lex1. The top ad-blocking extension for Opera.
  2. LastPass authored by lastpass. LastPass is a free password manager and form filler.
  3. FastestTube – YouTube Video Downloader authored by fastesttube. Download any video from YouTube.
  4. Image preview authored by whochan. Displays a pop-up preview of an image.
  5. Translate authored by neilj. Automagically translates foreign-language webpages.

Visual mouse gestures

With the flick of your wrist, mouse gestures let you navigate back and forwards, open new pages, close tabs and so much more. In Opera 11, you now have a handy visual guide to the wonders of mouse gestures.

Safer address field

We changed the address bar, so you can make better sense of the security levels of the sites you visit. Opera 11 now displays a clear badge indicating the security level and allowing immediate, one-click access to security and trust information about the site.

What we say

“We have always worked hard to introduce new and bold ideas in web browsing,” said Jon von Tetzchner, Co-founder, Opera. “But, sometimes we want to take an idea and improve upon it. Opera 11 adds a layer of polish to features people have known and loved for more than a decade, while introducing extensions. If you have never tried Opera before, Opera 11 will change everything you know about browsing.”

The rule of 30

  • Opera 11 is 30 percent smaller than Opera 10.60, so it downloads even faster
  • Plug-ins can be set to load on-demand. This can improve performance of the browser up to 30 percent.

More resources

About Opera Software ASA

Opera Software ASA has redefined web browsing for PCs, mobile phones and other networked devices. Opera’s cross-platform web-browser technology is renowned for its performance, standards compliance and small size, while giving users a faster, safer and more dynamic online experience. Opera Software is headquartered in Oslo, Norway, with offices around the world. The company is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol OPERA. Learn more about Opera at http://www.opera.com/.

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Epic …. The Indian Browser … It has more than google’s Chrome ….

Epic is a web browser based on Mozilla Firefox developed by Hidden Reflex specifically customized to the taste of Indian users, which was released in July 2010. Similar to Flock, the browser has several preinstalled widgets such as social networking, chat clients and email facilities integrated into the browser. It is dubbed as the first web browser from India and also features the first integrated virus protection in a browser powered by ESET.

Epic is available as a free download which currently supports Microsoft Windows platform.

History

Epic was released on 15 July 2010. It is developed by Hidden Reflex, a software company founded by Alok Bharadwaj in 2008 which is based on Bangalore, India.

Features

Epic was designed specifically for Indian users. It is bundled with lots of apps like a transliterator for Indian scripts, a web snippet tool, timer, to do list, a full featured text editor, games, Google maps, clients for chatting, social networking such as Orkut, Facebook and Twitter, email apps, and several other installable web apps. It features a huge collection of themes and wall papers featuring subjects related to India. Epic is claimed to be the first web browser featuring built in antivirus and anti phishing protection. Epic is currently available for Windows, though Linux and Mac versions are also expected.

Epic claims there are over 1500 free applications that will work with the browser, as well as many themes and wallpapers.

Epic currently supports 12 Indian languages including Kannada, Hindi, Bengali, Telugu, Punjabi, Marathi, Gujarati, Sanskrit, Nepali, Tamil, Malayalam and Urdu. There’s additional transliteration support for Arabic, Persian, Russian, and Greek. The Epic browser is expected to be a big hit among the Indian users.

The logo of Epic browser denotes the Indian tricolor flag (Saffron, White and Green) enveloping a sphere (the earth) in a tree like fashion. The browser also emcompasses numerous Indian wallpapers and themes.

 

 

The Epic browser is now available for download from here.

 

Source: Wikipedia, Techtree.com

Google goes musical …. It’s amazing … Ohh!!! … It’s Google… :)

Google goes musical ….

Making search more musical

Every day we get millions of search queries about music. You want to know more about your favorite artists, find that new album or iconic song or figure out the name of that tune stuck in your head. In fact, according to Insights for Search, two of the top 10 queries in the U.S. are music-related. But often, if your answer is in a song, it can take a while to get there. We call this “time to result” — and we’re always looking for ways to reduce it.

Today, we’re rolling out a search feature that does just that by enabling you to search and more easily discover millions of songs, all via a simple Google web search. If you’re searching for music, “time to result” is really “time to music.” Now, when you enter a music-related query — like the name of a song, artist or album — your search results will include links to an audio preview of those songs provided by our music search partners MySpace (which just acquired iLike) or Lala. When you click the result you’ll be able to listen to an audio preview of the song directly from one of those partners. For example, if I search for [21st century breakdown], the first results provide links to songs from Green Day’s new album. MySpace and Lala also provide links to purchase the full song.


Many times, though, you don’t know the name of the song or the artist who sings it. Maybe you remember only the chorus — or maybe you remember who sang it, but you forgot the exact name of the song. If you’ve ever heard a catchy song in a car or cafe, but just can’t figure out the name of the song, you’ll know what I’m talking about. This search feature also helps you find many of those songs by entering a search containing a line or two of lyrics. So if I search for [static silhouette somehow], I’ll get results for Phoenix’s song “Rome.”


Finally, a search engine should also be able to help you discover music you’ll like, even if you can’t tell it what exactly you want to hear. We’ve partnered with Pandora, imeem and Rhapsody to include links to their sites where you can discover music related to your queries as well.

This feature doesn’t just make search better. It also helps people discover new sources of licensed music online while helping artists to discover new generations of fans and reconnect with longtime listeners. Our users love music, and this tool introduces millions of music seekers in the U.S. to a new generation of licensed online music services, from MySpace and Lala to Pandora, imeem and Rhapsody.

Of course, this is just a first step toward making search more musical. There’s a lot of music out there in the world, and in some instances, we may not return links to the song you’re looking for. But by combining the strength of Google’s search algorithms with our music search partners’ efforts to increase the comprehensiveness of their music content, we’re on track to answer more of your rhymes with the right rhythms.

We’ll be rolling this feature out gradually to users across the U.S. over the next day. To learn more, check out this page or watch the video below. As we said back when we first announced universal search, the best answer is still the best answer, whether it’s in the form of a video, an image, a magazine — or a song. And of course, the best way to know you’ve found the music you were looking for is to hear it. Well, let the music begin!

 

post: Google’s official blog

Huawei IDEOS … an Android 2.2 (Froyo) phone in india at only Rs. 6000/-

Huawei Ideos

Official Promo Video:

The Huawei Ideos does everything right to create a cheap phone with plenty of smarts. It’s not going to take on the big, beautiful Samsung Galaxy S, but it’s got an even newer version of Android and should only cost about £100 on pay as you go.

The Ideos is launched here but it’s isnt in shops yet, and since Huawei isn’t a well-known brand here, it will probably get renamed by the network that brings it to the India & UK. It should still be called the Ideos, though, so look for it on pay as you go for between £99 and £129 in India for about Rs. 5000 to 6000/-

All the Android

Huawei says it worked closely with Google to make the Ideos, which is evident in the Google logo that graces the back of the phone. This phone is pure Android 2.2 Froyo, the latest version of Google’s operating system. That means you have all the latest features, except one — there’s no Flash on the Ideos. It just doesn’t have the processing power to support Flash, sadly. But it does have all the rest of the goodies that come with the latest version of Android.

 

The Ideos succeeds in making an affordable phone that offers the latest version of Android and plenty more Google power.

That means seamless support for Gmail, Google Maps, email and heaps more built-in features. If that isn’t enough for you, you can download more apps from the Android Market. There can be something of a ‘Wild West’ feel to the Android app store, with amateurs vying with the big brands for the top of the apps charts. But, if you can find the best Android apps, you can make your phone do almost anything you can imagine, from opening Office documents to sending digital postcards. There’s also a great official Facebook app and several excellent Twitter clients, including an official one.

The untouched version of Android and the partnership with Google means we can trust Huawei when it says you will get prompt updates for the phone as soon as new versions of the OS come out.

But don’t think that, just because Huawei has avoided adding its own skin to Android, you won’t be able to customise the Ideos. The Android user interface is so flexible you can personalise the phone every which way. There are lots of wallpapers — including touch-sensitive and animated ones — included, or you can use your own photos. Fill the five scrolling home screens with shortcuts to programs or specific contacts, or with widgets that update with live news and your social network activity. Setting up five home screens may be overkill for some people, but if you like to fiddle with your technology, you’re guaranteed hours of fun tweaking the Ideos.

Cheap and cheerful

Of course, the Ideos does make sacrifices to keep its price down. The case isn’t hideous, but it’s cheap and plasticky. The large, round navigation key — which Google loves to see on its phones — isn’t as sexy as the optical trackpad that you get on the HTC Wildfire. Like the Wildfire, the Ideos suffers from a low-resolution 320×240-pixel screen, which makes things look blurry.

In saying that, the Wildfire costs twice as much as the Ideos on pay as you go, despite its similar budget-Android target. With the Ideos, most of the important features are in place. The screen is responsive when you touch it, and it’s capacitive, so you don’t need to press too hard. The small, 71mm (2.8-inch) screen makes things pretty pokey, especially the on-screen keyboard, but good predictive text means it’s still very usable.

The camera is another place where the Ideos skimps and saves. It’s only 3.2 megapixels, with no LED photo light, but it does shoot stills and video, so you won’t be short of a snapper when you really need one. Android also makes sharing a doddle, with support for uploading video to YouTube and photos to Facebook, among other services. Just be sure to pick up a microSD memory card to store your snaps, because we don’t expect the phone to come with one.

Punching above its weight

The Ideos looks very similar to the HTC Tattoo, a cheap Android phone that we loved when it came out last year. Although they could be twins, the Ideos comes out on top because of its responsive, capacitive touchscreen and its up-to-date version of Android. And did we mention it costs around £100 on pay as you go? That alone could have us cuddling up to the Ideos, and, among its rivals at that price, it looks even more attractive.

 

It might look like the HTC Tattoo, but the Huawei Ideos outperforms its fellow cheap Android phone with the latest 2.2 Froyo.

On top of the bountiful Android features and apps, the Ideos doesn’t skimp on connectivity. It has the latest 802.11n Wi-Fi standard and 7.2Mbps HSPA for fast Web surfing over 3G. Bluetooth and a mini-USB port both come in handy for swapping files, while a standard 3.2mm head phone jack means you can use any pair of cans.

Conclusion

The Huawei Ideos may skimp on a low-res screen and camera, but it’s made exactly the right moves in bringing Android to the masses. 802.11n Wi-Fi and HSPA combine with the latest version of the Android OS to give the Ideos the leg-up on most other phones, at any price. Although you’ll miss out on Flash Player, you won’t regret saving some dosh on this responsive, usable phone.

Good

  • Latest Android 2.2 Froyo
  • Responsive capacitive touchscreen
  • 802.11n Wi-Fi
  • HSPA
  • Access to the Android app store

Bad

  • Low-resolution screen
  • Weak camera
  • Not very attractive

 

UPDATE:

This Huawei’s Ideos … Android 2.2 running phone has been released by Aircel and is priced at Rs. 8,499. If you are a postpaid Aircel subscriber, you will be able to use up to 2GB of mobile data every month.

Unboxing Ideos:

Photo Gallery:

Huawei Press Release:

Huawei Launches World’ s First Affordable Smartphone with Google Called IDEOS

[Shenzhen, China, 2 September, 2010] Huawei, a leader in providing next-generation telecommunications network solutions for operators around the world, today announced the launch of IDEOSTM, an affordable smartphone powered by the latest iteration of AndroidTM 2.2 (also known as ‘Froyo’ ). The smartphone is priced between US$100 and US$200, depending on the market. IDEOS redefines the “entry-level” concept by combining high-quality hardware and software with a high price-to-performance ratio. IDEOS will be released in a number of countries across Europe, Asia-Pacific, North America and Latin America.

The ergonomically designed IDEOS provides a variety of ways to access the Internet, as it boasts downlink speeds of more than 7.2Mb/s, offers WCDMA + WiFi dual network support, and offers ubiquitous mobile broadband services. The device also doubles as a WiFi router for up to eight devices at a time, making IDEOS an all-in-one solution for a range of wireless connectivity options.

Available in black, yellow, blue, and purple, the IDEOS, with Android 2.2 pre-installed, not only runs fast, but also supports functions such as voice dialing, voice navigation, and the ability to run applications off the SD card. With more than 70,000 applications available in the Android Market, IDEOS provides a wide range of communication, entertainment, office, and financial management applications.

Kevin Tao, CEO of Huawei Device, said, “The popularity of the smartphone is one of the key tools to bringing people into the ‘Golden Age of Mobile Broadband,’ which is linked to Google’ s mobile Internet strategy.

“We are proud to have already achieved our goal from early 2010 of developing a US$150 smartphone with an excellent user experience. The IDEOS is an affordable option, designed to lower barriers to entry to allow easy mobile Internet access.”

The name “IDEOS” embodies creativity and inspiration: the “ID” represents the industrial design-centric hardware platform, the “OS” represents the operating system as the core software platform, and the “E” symbolizes the evolution to mobile Internet.

SPECIFICATIONS:

General 2G Network GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
3G Network HSDPA 900 / 2100
HSDPA 1700 / 2100
Announced 2010, September
Status Available. Released 2010, September
Size Dimensions 104.1 x 55.9 x 12.7 mm
Weight 102.1 g
Display Type TFT capacitive touchscreen, 256K colors
Size 240 x 320 pixels, 2.8 inches
– Accelerometer sensor for auto-rotate
– Swype input method
Sound Alert types Vibration, MP3 ringtones
Speakerphone Yes
– 3.5 mm audio jack
Memory Phonebook Practically unlimited entries and fields, Photocall
Call records Practically unlimited
Internal 256 MB RAM, 512 MB ROM
Card slot microSD, up to 32GB
Data GPRS Class 10 (4+1/3+2 slots), 32 – 48 kbps
EDGE Class 10, 236.8 kbps
3G HSDPA, 7.2 Mbps
WLAN Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n
Bluetooth Yes v2.0 with A2DP
Infrared port No
USB Yes, microUSB v2.0
Camera Primary 3.15 MP, 2048×1536 pixels
Features Geo-tagging
Video Yes, CIF
Secondary No
Features OS Android OS, v2.2 (Froyo)
CPU Qualcomm MSM 7225 528 MHz processor
Messaging SMS(threaded view), MMS, Email, Push Mail, IM
Browser Yes
Radio FM radio
Games Yes
Colors Black body / blue, red, yellow backpanels
GPS Yes, with A-GPS support
Java Via third party application
– Google Search, Maps, Gmail, Talk
– MP3/WMA/eAAC+ player
– MP4/H.263/H.264 player
– Organizer
– Photo viewer/editor
– Adobe Flash support
– Voice memo/dial/commands
– Predictive text input
Battery Standard battery, Li-Ion 1200 mAh
Stand-by Up to 288 h
Talk time Up to 9 h

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