3310X 2.4'' Phone Curved Edge Screen
One of the biggest advantages of both the Samgle 3310 X is their screen. It's 3D screen 2.4 display. Samgle 2G 3310 X comes in 4 color variants, Black, Red, Blue, Gold Tip: Unlocked for Worldwide use. Please ensure local area network is compatible. click here for Network Frequency of your...
One of the biggest advantages of both the Samgle 3310 X is their screen. It's 3D screen 2.4 display.
Samgle 2G 3310 X comes in 4 color variants, Black, Red, Blue, Gold
Unlocked for Worldwide use. Please ensure local area network is compatible. click here for Network Frequency of your country. Please check with your carrier/provider before purchasing this item.
Samgle 3310 X 2G Unlocked Phone Bluetooth Dual SIM 0.08MP Camera 3D Screen
Back Camera: 0.08MP ( SW 2.0MP )
Display: 2.4 inch screen
Dual SIM Dual Standby: dual standard SIM
RAM + ROM: 32MB RAM + 32MB ROM
Battery: 850mAh li-ion battery
Bluetooth: V2.1 + EDR
2G: GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz
Network type: GSM+WCDMA
Screen type: Capacitive
Camera type: Single camera
SIM Card Slot: Dual SIM, Dual Standby
Music format: AMR, MP2, MP3, WAV
Languages: English, Espanol, Portuguese, Italian, German, French, Russian, Arabic, Poland, Dutch, Bahasa Melayu, Chinese, Hindi, Tamil, Thai, Myanmar
Additional Features: Alarm, Bluetooth, Calculator, Calendar, FM, MP3, MP4, Sound Recorder, Wi-Fi
Cell Phone: 1
Product size: 12.70 x 5.50 x 1.50 cm / 5 x 2.17 x 0.59 inches
Q: Does it have vibrator and plane mode?
A: It has vibrator and plane mode.
Q: does it support Arabic
A: It does support Hebrew.
Languages: English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, German, Czech, Dutch, Russian, Arabic
Q: Is this model really installed in Czech?Language Russian?
A: Thanks for your inquiry.
English, Espanol, Portuguese, Italian, German, French, Russian, Arabic, Poland, Dutch, Bahasa Melayu, Chinese, Hindi, Tamil, Thai, myanmar,
Please note that it can be set to Russian
Q: can it be used as a bluetoth dealer?
A: Yes, it supports Bluetooth.
Q: Good day does this play Bluetooth music?
A: Yes, it plays Bluetooth music.
Q: Does this phone support 3G ?
A: This phone does sopport 3G network.
Q: Questo cellulare funziona in modo indipendente o funziona solo accoppiato tramite Bluetooth ad un altro smartphone ? Oppure funziona in entrambe i modi, sia indipendentemente sia accoppiato tramite Bluetooth ?
A: It may work independently as phone or may become the bluetooth dialler.
Q: Hi there. It has an NFC sensor?
A: This item doesn't have an NFC sensor.
Q: can u ship it into albania
A: We can ship it to albania.
Q: Hi I was wondering if you can tell me if this phone works with Wind Mobile and TMobile frecuencies
A: It is unlocked for Worldwide use. Please ensure local area network is compatible.
2G: GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz
3G: WCDMA 900/2100MHz
Q: I am trying to figure out if it would work with my local network career called Mobilicity
A: Please confirm the network:
2G: GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz
3G: WCDMA 900/2100MHz
Tip:Unlocked for Worldwide use. Please ensure local area network is compatible. Click herehttp://maps.mobileworldlive.com/ for Network Frequency of your country. Please check with your carrier/provider before purchasing this item.
What is a Regulated Power Supply?
A regulated power supply is a device used in conjunction with electrically powered appliances. It ensures that the appliance is protected from common fluctuations in the flow of electricity that could cause damage or poor performance. The most common kind of regulated power supply is used on computers, which have delicate circuitry and specific current requirements. Other types of appliances also use simple or complex forms of power regulators.
Electricity production and distribution includes wide variations in the amount of current and voltage, which are measurements of electrical charge. For example, power plants generally ramp up the voltage of electricity that goes out into a municipal power grid. This is because it is more efficient to send electricity over long distances when it is at a higher voltage. Power companies employ high-voltage alternating current or direct current (AC or DC) power lines for this purpose. Local transformers reduce the voltage to safe levels for ordinary household usage.
Household current is supposed to be maintained at a standard voltage. In practice, however, various factors can create fluctuations or momentary increases in current, called spikes or power surges. Simple appliances will not be harmed by these fluctuations, but sensitive computer circuits can be permanently damaged. Many appliances include computer circuitry, including phones, televisions, and even coffee makers. For this reason, any of these devices may utilize a regulated power supply; it often appears as a small enclosed box on the plug or power cord of the appliance.
One kind of regulated power supply is called a switched-mode power supply, or SMPS. An SMPS uses a variety of fuses, filters, and other devices to regulate the current traveling to the appliance. These devices switch the current on and off rapidly to create a standard level of voltage, regardless of incoming fluctuations or surges. The fuses in a switched-mode power supply can also protect the appliance in the case of a sudden spike in power.
Another form of a regulated power supply is a surge protector, also known as a surge suppressor. This device takes many forms, but the most common is an outlet strip. A surge protector also protects appliances from sudden surges in electricity, such as those caused by a lightning strike on power lines or equipment. In the case of a power surge, a surge protector will short out or otherwise disperse the excess electricity, preventing it from reaching the appliance and protecting the delicate computer circuitry from damage.
What is a Wireless Device?
A wireless device can refer to any kind of communications equipment that does not require a physical wire for relaying information to another device. Wireless headphones fitted with a receiver use either radio frequency (RF) or infrared technology to communicate with a transmitter that is connected to the sound source, say a television. In most cases, however, when someone refers to a wireless device, they are speaking of a networking device that can pass data to other wireless network gear without being physically connected.
In today's world, where people put a premium on staying connected to the Internet and to each other, there are several types of wireless technologies. In the home and office, wireless routers with built-in modems, hubs and switches broadcast a local area network (LAN) for computers in the area to join. Broadcasting distance varies widely depending on many factors, but a LAN generally spans 300 feet (91.44 m) or more. Any computer on the network can share resources that are connected to the network, including a high-speed Internet connection, printer or other office equipment.
In order to join a wireless LAN (WLAN), a computer must have a wireless network card or adapter installed. A network card is an internal wireless device manufactured to use the same language or protocol that wireless routers use. These protocols periodically evolve into new standards, however, causing compatibility issues in the interim. If a router uses a protocol that is not supported by an internal wireless device, an external wireless adapter can be used in an external port. The most common type is a USB dongle, but wireless network adapters are also available in ExpressCard® formats, giving laptop users a choice as to which port they would rather use.
Another type of wireless device might be part of a Personal Area Network (PAN). A PAN is created with Bluetooth® technology, designed to connect personal digital devices over very short distances of just a few feet, though the standard extends to 30 feet (9.14 m).
Bluetooth® is a very flexible and convenient type of network. It can be used to send print jobs from a laptop to a nearby printer without the hassle of setting up shared resources over a LAN. It is also used to connect Bluetooth®-enabled cell phones, personal digital assistants (PDAs), or Apple products to each other or to other Bluetooth®-enabled equipment including headsets, external speakers, or computers. Since Bluetooth® uses a different frequency range than LANs, you can use a Bluetooth® network "within" a LAN without interference.