3310X Big Fonts 2.4 Inches Mobile Phone
We believe firmly that the 3D screen and color match used by both Samgle 3310 X 2G will impress you profoundly. 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...
We believe firmly that the 3D screen and color match used by both Samgle 3310 X 2G will impress you profoundly.
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: Is it supports 3G?
A: It can support 3G. Have a nice day.
Q: can work in italy? has italian language??
A: Languages: English, French, German, Russian, Arabic, Vietnamese, Portuguese, Italian, Spanish, Italian, Thai, Hungarian, Dutch, Hebrew, Romanian.
Q: Does that device suport Greek language?
A: Yes, this device supports Greek language.
Thank you for your inquiry.
Q: portuguese language-?
A: It supports Portuguese language.
Q: hey is the smartphone came with screen protector and earphone ?
A: Package Contents
Cell Phone: 1
Power Adapter: 1
English Manual : 1
It does not come with a screen protector and an earphone.
Q: quanto tempo leva para vcs entregar aqui no Brazil, estado de Pernambuco e quanto seria o frete.
A: Você pode ver os custos de transporte e tempo de entrega durante o check-out. Passos a seguir 1. Adicione o seu produto ao seu carrinho 2. Insira seu país de entrega 3. O custo de envio será automaticamente exibida.
Assim que recebermos o seu pagamento nós enviaremos o seu item de acordo com a estimativa da expedição indicado na página do produto.
Entrega estimativa de tempo:
1) Envio Expedito: 3-7 dias de trabalho
2) Envio padrão: 7-10 dias de trabalho
3) taxa fixa de entrega: 10-25 dias de trabalho
What is NFC?
Near Field Communication (NFC) is a short-range wireless communication technology found in mobile phones, credit cards, tickets, and other devices. Distances are limited to just a few inches to ensure privacy and reduce power consumption. Little to no setup is required, and NFC devices can operate in a variety of modes. The technology is expected to have a large impact on the mobile phone industry and could turn phones into virtual wallets that store identity and payment information.
Unlike many other wireless communications technologies, NFC was designed to have a very limited range. Devices that support the technology generally have to be within about 1-1/2 inches (4 cm) of each other to communicate, although longer distances may be supported in some cases. This limited range provides some security against eavesdropping and tampering because any attack would also need to take place from within a few inches of a potential victim. Transmitting over sort distances also uses less power, an important feature in battery powered mobile devices.
Communication over NFC takes place between two devices and requires little to no setup. An “initiator” device emits radio waves to start communication with a “target” device which listens for incoming signals. The connection can be either active, i.e., both devices emit radio waves, or passive, meaning one device powers itself with the radio emissions of another device. Once a link is established, data can be transferred in a reader/writer mode in which one device writes data to another, or in a peer-to-peer mode in which devices exchange data.
NFC technology is expected to have a large impact on the mobile phone industry. Mobile phones equipped with the technology can be used as a “virtual wallet, ” and could potentially replace debit and credit cards, rewards cards, tickets, and travel passes. The first NFC-enabled phones were released in 2007, and pilot programs in Europe and Asia have allowed consumers to make payments, use mass transit systems, and even board commercial flights using their phones. More advanced applications are also possible, and some envision this technology powering everything from interactive advertising to wireless file transfers.
Beyond the mobile phone industry, NFC technology could be used in credit cards, passports, inventory tracking systems, tickets, and advertising. In the U.S. and other countries, some retailers already have NFC-compatible payment terminals that allow consumers to purchase goods by waving their credit or debit card in front of the device. Consumer electronics devices may also incorporate the technology for a variety of purposes, from wirelessly printing photos from a digital camera to exchanging information in order set up a secure Bluetooth® or WiFi connection.
What is an LED Flashlight?
A LED flashlight produces light through light emitting diodes (LEDs) rather than an incandescent bulb, making them cooler, more energy efficient and tougher.
Incandescent light used in traditional flashlights utilizes a filament wire encased in a glass vacuum tube or bulb. When electricity is supplied to the wire from the batteries, the wire glows with heat that produces light. The heat, however, is not only lost energy but it eventually burns out the wire and the bulb must be replaced.
A LED flashlight harnesses light created by an entirely different process. Two types of semiconductor materials are used in a LED: one type that has an abundance of free electrons and the other that has a deficit. When enough energy is supplied in the form of electricity, a threshold is reached that pushes some of the free electrons in the abundant material to jump to the attracting material. When that electron takes its place in the new material a photon or particle of light is released.
The color of the released light is dependent on what kinds of materials are used and how much energy is required for the electrons to make the jump. If a low amount of energy is required the light emitted will be in the infrared or red wavelength. If a comparatively high threshold much be reached, the light emitted will be up in the blue/white wavelength.
OLED or organic light emitting diode, is a newer technology that uses carbon based materials rather than synthetic materials. OLED is well suited for display screens and will likely replace LCD technology, but OLED flashlights may or may not come to pass.
LED flashlights come on many different sizes and candle powers as do regular flashlights. The number of LEDs in the flashlight will determine its brightness. LEDs are coated with a clear solid resin, making them nearly indestructible. If you drop a LED flashlight the chances are slim that any damage will occur. Many LED flashlights are also waterproof.
A LED flashlight draws only 5-10% of the power of an equivalent light bulb, conserving batteries and saving money. It can also hold up under 5-10 years of continual use!
The light from a LED flashlight is pure, bright and true and can be seen for up to 1 mile (1.6 kilometers). Unlike incandescent bulbs that produced rings of brighter light within the scope of the beam, LED beams are evenly illuminated, like fluorescent light.
One type of LED flashlight does not even require batteries. Based on the Faraday Principle of Electromagnetic Energy, a copper wire is encased in a magnetic field inside the flashlight. By shaking it vigorously for 15-30 seconds, enough electricity is generated to produce light for about 5 minutes. If you need light beyond that period, you simply shake the flashlight again. This product has no replaceable parts and is a great emergency light.
A LED flashlight might cost a little more than a traditional flashlight, but the money saved in batteries and bulbs will offset that cost. It is nearly indestructible under normal use, is more environmentally friendly, can be waterproof, and emits purer, truer light. With all of these advantages it's clear that LED technology is lighting our way to a brighter future.