MIX 1 5.0'' Display 3G Smartphone Android 6.0

High screen-to-body ratio means the perfect immersive experience,The only key to open the magic world is Samgle MIX 1. General Bezel-less Fingerprint(support off screen wake up) Color:Gold, Black CPU OS: Android 6.0 3G: CPU MT6580 Quad-core (MIX 1) Display 5.0" HD 1280 *720 pixels on cell...

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High screen-to-body ratio means the perfect immersive experience,The only key to open the magic world is Samgle MIX 1.
Fingerprint(support off screen wake up)
Color:Gold, Black


OS: Android 6.0
3G: CPU MT6580 Quad-core (MIX 1)

5.0" HD 1280 *720 pixels
on cell Full Lamination
Multi-touch(5 points)


1GB+8GB (MIX 1)
Memory Card:T-Flash Card
Support micro SD (T-Flash):Max to 128GB


Rear 5.0MP & Front 5.0MP (MIX 1)
Video Recording Resolution:1080P
Auto Focus:YES
Touch Focus:YES


Other Features
E-touch 2.0 Gesture function
WIFI 2.4GHz/5GHz 802.11ab/g/n.
Bluetooth 4.0
Micro USB 5 pin
Gravity Sensor
I/O Interface:USB


Wireless & Networks
WLAN:802.11 b/g/n
Band Details(EU):
GSM:B2/B3/B5/B8 (1900/1800/850/900)
WCDMA:B1/B8 (2100/900)
SIM Card Type:Nano SIM + Nano SIM/TF


English, Bahasa Indonesia, Bahasa Melayu, Cestina, Dansk, Deutsch, Espanol, Filipino,French, Hrvatski, latviesu, lietuviu, Italiano, Magyar, Nederlands, Norsk, Polish, Portuguese, Romana, Slovencina, Suomi, Svenska, Tieng viet, Turkish, Greek, Bulgarian, Russian, Ukrainian, Hebrew, Arabic, Thai, Khmer, Korean, Simplified/Traditional Chinese


Dual sim dual standby, Dual Micro SIM
Both SIM slots are compatible with 4G, respectively. When they work at the same time, only one of them can receive LTE service and the other GSM. You can choose in settings which one for 4G.


Dimension and Weight
Product size: 72*143*8.7mm
Product weight:121g
Battery weight:42g
Package size:175*93*43mm


1 x Phone
1 x Battery (2100 mAh)
1 x Headset
1 x Data cable (100cm)
1 x AC power charger adapter ( 100~240V / EU plug)
1 x Silicone case
1 x English user manual


*The actual size and weight of the phone may vary due to different specifications and assembly tolerance
*The above data were gathered in tests in a lab environment. To avoid phone damage or malfunctioning
please avoid using your phone under extreme conditions


Q: Dear Seller! If I order this phone into Hungary, do I have to pay for tax in my country? Thank you!
A: If any taxes are incurred, they are charged by the destination country and not by Gearbest. Taxes are beyond Gearbest's control and are charged according to local customs policies and regulations.

Q: how many days will it take before the item is shipped ?
A: Generally, most of our items will be shipped within 3-7 business days after payment. However, the exact processing time varies depending on the item.
Please refer to our shipping estimations below:
1) Expedited Shipping: 3-7 business days
2) Unregistered Air Mail & Registered Air Mail: 10-40 business days
3) Priority Line: 5-25 business days (Only available for certain countries)

Q: ¡cuando lo tendran en color gris/negro ?, ¿para red 3g si tiene la banda 850 verdad ? , saludos
A: Network:
2G: GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz
3G: WCDMA 900/2100MHz
This is a popular product, but we are happy to inform you that it is in stock and available to purchase today.
Please feel free to order it.

Q: Vocês mandam o codigo de rastreamento?
A: Generally, most of our items will be shipped within 3-7 business days after payment. However, the exact processing time varies depending on the item.
Please refer to our shipping estimations below:
1) Expedited Shipping: 3-7 business days
2) Unregistered Air Mail & Registered Air Mail: 10-40 business days
3) Priority Line: 5-25 business days (Only available for certain countries)

Q: Sir, Does this phone support 4G and VOLTE?
A: We are sorry not.
Please ensure local area network is compatible. click http://maps.mobileworldlive.com/ for Network Frequency of your country. Please check with your carrier/provider before purchasing this item.
2G: GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz
3G: WCDMA 900/2100MHz

Q: Hi I am thinking a lot about buying this phone and I have two questions about it. At first, I am a student, and i need a phone which makes photos of notes (of at least page of A3 notebook) which are good enough to be read. Is this device is good enough to do it? And second question is if the device can be shipped from european conuntry. If not, due to polish law, I would be in need to pay one more tax, that is why I am asking. Hope fore answer.
A: You can do it.
This item in stock in CN warehouse only.
If any taxes are incurred, they are charged by the destination country and not by Samgle. Taxes are beyond Gearbest's control and are charged according to local customs policies and regulations.

Q: Hello! Do you have it in stock or it is presale?
A: Yes, this item in stock now.

Q: Tpu Silicon case is included? And tempered glass? Thank you
A: Package Contents
Cell Phone: 1
Power Adapter: 1
USB Cable: 1
Silicone Case: 1
Not contain tempered glass.


What is the Difference Between HSPA+ and HSPA?
High Speed Packet Access (HSPA) technology, the most widely used mobile broadband technology, has made it possible to download more data faster on third generation (3G) mobile broadband networks. The mobile telephony protocol improves the speed and capacity of current wideband code division multiple access (WCDMA) wireless broadband networks by more efficiently using the broadband spectrum. Evolved HSPA (HSPA+) uses the spectrum more efficiently, allowing for higher peak data rates and fewer delays in data transmission. These key differences between HSPA and HSPA+ generally make the second a more efficient choice for 3G networks.
The main advance in HSPA over older technologies is improvement in the protocols, or communications rules, that facilitate the movement of voice and data packets between hand-held devices and base stations. Communications network engineers work to improve the speed, amount of data per channel, number of channels, error detection, and methods of data encoding and decoding. As a result of these more efficient protocols, users of broadband-hungry multimedia services can download content quicker. Users, for example, are less likely to experience the delayed buffering of video that was indicative of older generation air interface protocols.
HSPA is the combination of high speed downlink packet access (HSDPA) and high-speed uplink packet access (HSUPA) protocols. It downloads at a peak data rate of 14 megabits per second (Mbps) and uploads at 5.8 Mbps. Specifically, it optimizes the use of the WCDMA radio bandwidth by increasing the transmission rate, sharing channel transmission, shortening the time between transmission intervals, and improving the modulation and amplitude of the signal.
The plus in HSPA+ signifies an even faster and more efficient use of the spectrum. This technology provides peak download rates of up to 56 Mbps and peak uploads of 22 Mbps. The most significant advance in HSPA+ is that it can operate on an all-Internet protocol (IP) architecture — the evolutionary goal of mobile telephony. An IP architecture makes more direct connections within the broadband network, helping to lower the cost of moving a megabyte of data and reduce latency — the delays in information processing typically unnoticeable to humans. The result is an always-on connection and improved response times.
HSPA and HSPA+ technology are based on the Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM), used by 80% of carriers worldwide. Network providers are upgrading to this technology, and continuing to improve the speed and capacity of high-speed data transmissions. Handset makers are keeping pace by introducing a broad range of compatible cell phones and smart phones.


What is EDGE?
GSM networks upgraded with Enhanced Data rates for GSM Evolution (EDGE) technology can provide up to three times the data capacity of GPRS.
Using EDGE, operators can handle three times more subscribers than GPRS, triple their data rate per subscriber, or add extra capacity to their voice communications.
EDGE enables the delivery of more demanding mobile services, such as the downloading of video and music clips, multimedia messaging, full web browsing and e-mail on the move.


Simple upgrade
EDGE uses the same structure as today’s GSM networks, which allows it to be overlaid directly onto an existing GSM network. For many existing GSM/GPRS networks, EDGE is a simple software-upgrade.
Due to the very small incremental cost of including EDGE capability in a GSM network deployment, virtually all new GSM infrastructure is now EDGE-capable and nearly all new mid- to high-level GSM devices also include EDGE radio technology.
The Creation of Standards for Global Mobile Communication – GSM, UMTS and LTE from 1982 to 2012
Downloadable epub format. A suitable reader for Mac and PC can be downloaded here.


Standardised by 3GPP, HSPA is the set of technologies that enables 3G/WCDMA operators to upgrade their networks to run at broadband speeds. HSPA includes HSDPA (High Speed Downlink Packet Access), HSUPA (High Speed Uplink Packet Access) and HSPA+.
Unlike many other mobile broadband technologies, HSPA supports the very efficient provision of voice services in combination with mobile broadband data services.
In most HSPA networks, the end-user can expect to enjoy data throughput speeds of at least 1Mbps, with actual performance varying according to local conditions and the peak downlink speed of the network, which can reach 14.4 Mbps, and the peak uplink speed, which can reach 5.7Mbps.


HSPA+ networks harness MIMO (Multiple-Input, Multiple-Output) capabilities and higher order modulation (64QAM) techniques, to run at even faster speeds, enabling theoretical peak data rates of up to 42Mbps.


Long Term Evolution (LTE) is a mobile network technology that is being deployed by mobile operators on both the GSM and the CDMA technology paths. Depending on the spectrum available, live LTE networks can deliver very fast data speeds of up to 100Mbps in the downlink and 50Mbps in the uplink.
Designed to be backwards-compatible with GSM and HSPA, LTE incorporates Multiple In Multiple Out (MIMO) technology, the Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiple Access (OFDMA) air interface in the downlink and Single Carrier FDMA in the uplink. This combination provides high levels of spectral efficiency and network performance, coupled with high network capacity and low latency. LTE will support spectrum channel bandwidths from 1.4 MHz to 20 MHz and can operate in both paired spectrum (in FDD mode) and unpaired spectrum (in TDD mode).
Although both LTE and WiMAX use the OFDMA air interface, LTE’s compatibility with existing GSM and HSPA networks enables mobile operators to continue to provide a seamless service across LTE and existing deployed networks.
LTE networks have now been launched by mobile operators Europe, Asia and North America. In the U.S., the largest CDMA operator, Verizon Wireless, for example, launched commercial LTE services at the end of 2010.


LTE-Advanced is designed to enable a further step change in data rates. Incorporating higher order MIMO (4×4 and beyond) and allowing multiple carriers to be bonded together into a single stream, LTE-Advanced’s target is to achieve peak data rates of 1Gbps.
Other innovations being incorporated into LTE-Advanced include the use of non-contiguous frequency ranges (to alleviate congestion in the increasingly-crowded core spectrum bands), base stations that will be able to connect themselves to an operator’s network and the seamless integration of femtocells using so-called self-organising network techniques.
Standards body 3GPP intends LTE-Advanced to be its technology candidate for the ITU-R IMT-Advanced process, which is intended to identify ‘4G’ technologies.


What is 4G UMTS?
Fourth-Generation universal mobile telecommunications system, often abbreviated 4G UMTS, is a wireless telecommunications data transfer standard. Though there are a number of devices that claim to use 4G UMTS, the original standards set by the International Telecommunication Network are not yet met by these devices. 4G UMTS uses many of the same devices and much of the same infrastructure as Third-Generation UMTS (3G UMTS).
UMTS, sometimes referred to as wideband code division multiple access (WCDMA), uses Internet protocol (IP) technology to connect wireless users with the Internet. First developed in the 1990s, UMTS is a reliable network that is frequently used to transmit data and voice. Mobile phones, laptop computers and other devices can connect to the Internet and make voice calls over a UMTS system.
Though not yet in wide use as of 2011, 4G UMTS calls for significant speed increases over the UMTS standard, which has been used since 2001. 3G UMTS requires that data be transferred at a peak rate of at least 200 kilobytes per second. In 4G UMTS, data must download at a rate of 100 megabytes per second in mobile devices and at 1 gigabyte per second for electronics connected to a local wireless access hub. Both 3G UMTS and 4G UMTS require the simultaneous transfer of voice and data, which was a requirement first established during the switch from second generation to third protocol. 3G UMTS and 4G UMTS can both transfer information using the same infrastructure.
A number of pre-4G devices have been on the market starting as early as 2006. Though these devices are not up to 4G standards, they are considerably faster than the 3G standard. In December 2010, the International Telecommunication Union, which is managed by the United Nations, determined that some of the pre 4G technologies already on the market could label themselves as 4G even though they did not quite reach the levels required by the standards.
4G UMTS is one of a number of standards that wireless carriers can use. It is a common choice among carriers, mainly because the infrastructure has been around for a long time. Ultra Mobile Broadband (UMB) is a Qualcomm CDMA implementation that offers higher speeds than 3G UMTS though less than 4G UMTS. Many companies were dissatisfied with aspects, however. These companies may choose to work with UMTS instead of UMB as the 4G technologies and systems are released.


What Is a Cell Phone Charger?
A cell phone charger is a device used to recharge the battery in a mobile phone unit. Often, a basic charger comes with the cell phone when it is purchased. In some cases, additional chargers may be purchased that have added features.
There are many different types of cell phone chargers to choose from. Among the most popular are wall chargers, car chargers, travel chargers, rapid chargers and instant chargers. Many mobile phone owners may own one or more of these other types of chargers, depending on situations they may find themselves in.
The wall charger is the most common type of cell phone charger. It has a standard plug designed to fit the outlets in the country in which it was sold. In some cases, this cell phone charger may come with some added features, such as a docking station for the phone. However, this may actually decrease the phone’s functionality, as it cannot be used while charging. The travel chargeris usually very similar to the wall charger but is usually less bulky and may include prongs that fold down for easier travel. In some cases, the travel charger has replaced the wall charger as the standard one included with the phone.
The car charger is another very popular option. This charger has an adapter that allows it to be plugged into a vehicle’s DC port, commonly known as a cigarette lighter. It is especially useful for those who do a substantial amount of traveling and need constant access to their mobile phones.
A rapid charger looks very much like a wall charger, but is a more powerful cell phone charger, able to charge phones in just a fraction of the time it would normally take. For most models, charging a phone takes two to three hours. Rapid chargers advertise the ability to charge the phone in less than an hour, in many cases. However, consumers should be aware that some rapid chargers can shorten the effective life of the battery.
Instant chargers are really one-time, non-replaceable batteries. They usually do not replace the installed battery, but rather connect to the phone just like a normal charger would. These are useful in emergency situations when a cell phone battery is low or dead. The job of this type of charger is simply to transfer current from one battery to the next.
When buying a cell phone charger, it is important to understand that just because it works with your brand of phone, it may not work with your model. Be sure to cross reference the model number on the packaging to your own phone. In many packages, the connecting portion of the charger to the phone is outside the rest of the packaging, giving the consumer a chance to test the connection, if they have their cell phone with them. This is the most foolproof way of making sure you have the right connection.

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