Zoey Featured Phone 3D Curved
Samgle zoey 2G: We've reimagined the button. Now reimagine how you experience the world. Display:2.4" inch curved window Storage:32MB+32MB Support micro SD (T-Flash):Max to 32GB Camera:Rear SW 2.0M Color:Black、Purple、Blue Wireless & Networks Band Details(EU): GSM:B2/B3/B5/B8...
Samgle zoey 2G: We've reimagined the button. Now reimagine how you experience the world.
Display:2.4" inch curved window
Support micro SD (T-Flash):Max to 32GB
Camera:Rear SW 2.0M
Wireless & Networks
SIM Card Type: SIM + SIM + TF
Language:English, Espanol, Portuguese, Italian, German, French, Russian, Arabic, Poland, Dutch, Bahasa Melayu, Chinese, Hindi, Tamil, Thai, myanmar,
SIM:Dual sim dual standby, Dual SIM; SIM1 is 2G, SIM2 is 2G
Dimension and Weight
Product size: 5*126*14.3mm
1 x Phone
1 x Battery (1450 mAh)
1 x AC power charger adapter ( 100~240V / EU plug)
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: excuse me, this product support vietnam ?
A: It can support below Languages: English, Espanol, Portuguese, Italian, German, French, Russian, Arabic, Poland, Dutch, Bahasa Melayu, Chinese, Hindi, Tamil, Thai, myanmar,
Q: Can you add the Arabic language for your system and on your keyboard
A: The phone has the Arabic language.
But we cannot add the Arabic language to your keyboard.
Q: Hi, Does this phone support speed dial? If so, how many buttons could be programmed for speed dial?
A: This phone supports speed dial. It can set 8 speed dials from numbers 2 to bumbers 9 as the speed dial. Thanks for your patience.
Q: Can yiou advise what you mean by GMS networks?
A: This phone will only work with GSM networks: GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz. 3G: WCDMA 900/2100MHz，
Q: does it have OTG function?
A: This phone doesn't have OTG function. Thanks for your attention.
Q: Does this phone support text messages. (SMS)
A: This phone supports message texting. Thanks for your attention.
Q: Does this phone work in Portugal and is it available in Portuguese?
A: Please check with your local communication company if they suport this network frequency:
Yes,it has Portuguese language
Q: Will this product work with 3G?
A: Thanks for your inquiry.
Note: This phone will work with 2G & 3G networks: GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz，3G: WCDMA 900/2100MHz，
What is a Cell Phone Keypad?
A cell phone keypad refers to the number and letter buttons found on a cell phone, for the purposes of dialing and typing. This type of push-button keypad was first used in the 1960s, when the dual-tone multi-frequency (DTMF) system was developed in order to replace a rotary dial. This means that pressing a button on the keypad causes two simultaneous tone frequencies; these frequencies are unique to each individual number, and are used to complete the call.
A traditional cell phone keypad, or keypad on any phone, is generally designed in a 3 x 4 pattern. This means that there are four horizontal rows, each including three buttons. The fourth row includes the asterisk and pound sign buttons.
In addition, each button in this 3 x 4 grid pattern also includes corresponding letters. This is a fairly universal pattern, and generally features three letters per number, beginning with the number "2," which includes A, B, and C. The number "3" includes D, E, and F, and so on. These letters may be used to make phone numbers easier to remember; i.e., one might be able to place their business name right in their phone number. On a cell phone keypad, however, these numbers are used for texting and composing emails.
Because cell phones are becoming more and more complex, cell phone keypads are as well. A cell phone keypad might now feature an entire keyboard on the phone, in a compressed version. Each individual button will correspond to an individual letter. Some cell phones may feature one keypad for typing that slides out, and a separate one for dialing; many simply add numbers to the full-size keyboard, however. This can make it slightly more difficult to dial the "custom" numbers mentioned above, because the commonly used letters and numbers on the 3 x 4 grid will no longer correspond.
A cell phone keypad might also simply be a touchscreen keypad, able to switch back and forth between a full keyboard layout or a more traditional cell phone design. Other cell phone keypads might feature large, easy-to-read number buttons for those who are visually impaired or have difficulty dialing. Finally, cell phones designed for children might not feature numbers at all on the keypad, and will instead just include large buttons, such as a picture of a house for the child to call home, or a first aid sign for emergency calls.
What is a USB Dongle?
Many devices smaller than a pack of gum can slip into the Universal Serial Bus (USB) port of a computer. These devices are called USB dongles and add features to the computer or machine that were not built in by the manufacturer. This can include the ability to connect to wireless networks, transfer data from the computer to the dongle, and increase a system's security.
Basic Features and Name
In general, a USB dongle is small enough to fit into a pocket and someone can plug it into the USB port on a computer. Sometimes they include a wire that can be plugged into another device or computer, though many of them function as stand-alone hardware. The name "dongle" comes from uncertain origins, but likely originated in terms of security hardware, and has extended in use to other devices.
Memory and Storage
A storage or memory USB dongle, also called a memory stick, provides a convenient means to pass files between computers or devices. The memory stick contains a rewritable solid-state memory chip that does not require power to retain its contents. As capacities have grown and price has dropped, these portable, plug-and-play storage drives have replaced floppy disks and even writable discs for exchanging files and archiving data.
Wi-Fi® Connections Through a Dongle
Another type of USB dongle can add Wi-Fi® functionality to a computer to provide wireless Internet connectivity. Most desktop computers can accommodate internal Wi-Fi® cards, but some laptops and notebooks rely on external gadgets for wireless connections. The USB Wi-Fi® dongle comes in many models with the most basic model working with Operating System (OS) software to locate nearby wireless networks and access them.
A Wi-Fi® finder or scanner can also come in the form of a USB dongle, allowing a person to scan for free public networks while mobile. This device often features Light-Emitting Diodes (LEDs) that light without having to boot the laptop, indicating a wireless network has been detected. A series of LEDs can indicate signal strength, letting the user glance at the dongle and instantly see if accessibility increases or decreases. Different colored LEDs might also specify encrypted or unencrypted networks.
Bluetooth® Devices and Dongles
USB Bluetooth® dongles let a device connect to a Personal Area Network (PAN). Bluetooth® has become increasingly useful for passing data between cell phones and computers, syncing Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs) to laptops, and making hands-free mobile phone calls. Bluetooth® users can often activate and connect to a PAN with virtually no networking experience, and without the use of extra cables.
Laptop users, for example, might want to make their printer and laptop Bluetooth®-enabled. A USB Bluetooth® dongle can wirelessly link the two machines in a few seconds, allowing the user to send print jobs to the printer without having to connect the devices with a cable. Some newer printers include built-in wireless functionality, but a USB dongle may be needed for a computer or other device to connect to it.
There are also proprietary USB dongles that act as a security token to authenticate software in order to protect it from use by unauthorized persons. These types of devices can verify credentials or supply a password to a Virtual Private Network (VPN) for field personnel, for example, operating on a secured system. Without the USB security dongle and proper credentials, a person cannot log into the network or access the software under its protection. There are even devices used to access computer terminals, locking the system unless the user has connected the appropriate USB dongle to it.