Blueberry cell phone the i6100 is a bit similar to the previously discussed 8200 model although the screen looks a bit smaller. Anyway when considering the keypad, the screen and the size, etc this seems to suit business individuals rather than multimedia enthusiastic s.
Let's have a look at the standard hardware details...
*. GSM dual-band networks support.
*. Weights 90 grams.
*. 2 Inch display screen with 220x176 pixels (TFT LCD) with 65k color depths.
*. Comes with the MTK mobile os.
*. Supports a lot of networks - 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GPRS.
*. USB and an infrared port embedded.
*. 0.3 MP camera.
*. Audio codec supported - mp3, wav and midi.
*. 5 Way navigation key.
*. WAP 2.0 browser with social network interrogation.
*. Supports max memory expansions up to 2GB via microSD slot.
*. FM radio with a dedicated button (with recoding function).
*. Audio player with recording.
*. 128 MB of NOR memory and 64MB of SRAM.
*. Stand-by time upto 160 hours depending on the network + talk time of 4 hours.
So when considering the network support and the physical attributes the blueberry phone i6100 looks really good actually. But it the OS is MTK which is not bad but it could be interesting if they decided to drift towards android which leaves the users with a lot of apps and support in comparison with the MTK platform. The warranty consists of 1 year period.
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