2.4-inch Bar 3G with Big Buttons
Samgle 3G 3310： which offers you the best visual experience like ever before, that will remain in your mind after using it. Display:2.4" inch curved window Storage:128MB+64MB Support micro SD (T-Flash):Max to 32GB Camera:Rear SW 2.0M Color:Orange、Black、Yellow、Red、Blue Wireless &...
Samgle 3G 3310： which offers you the best visual experience like ever before, that will remain in your mind after using it.
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 3G, 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: What is the battery capacity of this phone?
A: Please kindly note that the battery capacity is 1450mAh.
Q: I was just wondering what the Micro SD card was capable of. What is the maximum capacity Micro SD/ TF card it can hold in GB?
A: Please note the item support 8GB SD card.
Q: Is delivery possible with a Russian keyboard?
A: Can provide OEM service, at least MOQ is 3000, and can have a Russian keyboard,
Please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Q: Will it come with a charger.
A: Yes, we will offer you the charger in the package.
Q: Is it supports 3G?
A: It can support 3G. Have a nice day.
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.
What is an Entertainment Center?
In the 1930s, families gathered around the Motorola to hear serial comedy routines of radio personalities like Burns and Allen. By the 50s, the Motorola was replaced with a boxy black and white television that could tune in about half a dozen local stations. Today, families gather around the entertainment center -- a conglomeration of electronic equipment made to stagger the senses and cater to our every whim from music to television, movies to gaming. So rich are the audiovisual effects that one can practically feel images come off the screen and circle the room.
Entertainment centers can be highly diverse and customized, but the modern entertainment center generally features a combination of audiovisual equipment, centered around a big-screen high-definition television (HDTV). In most cases, this is a large flat-panel display with a 16:9 aspect ratio -- rectangular like a movie screen rather than square. The HDTV might be LCD or plasma and can have any number of connections, which to some extent can determine the quality of equipment connected to it.
Though an entertainment center might include a TV with built-in speakers, most often, the TV connects to a stereo receiver featuring surround sound speakers. Next to the TV, the speaker system is one of the most important aspects of the entertainment center, greatly enhancing the experience of watching television or movies. The stereo system connected to the entertainment center usually consists of an AM/FM stereo receiver capable of supporting five or more speakers, a TV, a DVD/CD player and perhaps a videocassette or VHS deck. Components might also be capable of burning DVDs and CDs, in addition to playing them.
One of the key advantages of an entertainment center is the interfunctionality, which makes it very convenient to record movies, programs or music. Modern ports featured on TVs and receivers also allow portable digital equipment to interface with the entertainment center. For example, one might connect a camcorder to the television in order to view movies just taken. This allows the entire family to see and enjoy them comfortably, rather than sharing the tiny view screen on the device. A gamer might customize his or her entertainment center to incorporate X-Box capability or other gaming devices. An Internet connection can provide interactive online gaming in addition to personal gaming.
The only limiting factor in designing your own entertainment center is budget. When shopping for components for an entertainment center, be sure to get the most recent ports available at the time. Technology changes so fast that saving a few bucks for last year's model might mean choosing to replace the equipment sooner rather than later.
As of spring 2006, one of the features to watch for is HDMI-enabled televisions, receivers and DVD players. HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) is digital technology that improves picture quality and sound while reducing the amount of cables required to connect equipment within your entertainment center. A single HDMI cable replaces all three cables needed for component video, and the two required for L/R audio, while providing superior performance. In the future, the desired feature will likely be wireless connectivity through UWB (Ultra Wideband) capability. This will eliminate all cables and make setting up an entertainment center extremely easy.
To protect your entertainment center from electrical surges, clean up cable signal and prevent crosstalk of component interference, consider a quality power conditioner. A power conditioner looks like a powerstrip surge protector on steroids. Good power conditioners are rated for the type of protection they provide, some guaranteeing up to US$500,000 in connected equipment against damage due to power surge.
An entertainment center, sometimes called a home theater system, is a wonderful way to enjoy quality entertainment at home. Whether listening to Chopin, watching the latest horror flick with a bowl of popcorn, or entertaining guests, an entertainment center provides pleasure that you will likely find worth every penny, no matter the investment.
What is a GPRS GSM?
A GPRS GSM is a type of data transmission that sends information in grouped packets, digitally, across wireless networks. The term may also be used to refer to cellular devices that utilize this technology. Data may be sent more quickly using GPRS GSM than a traditional GSM connection.
GPRS stands for general packet radio service. Data — whether voice, text, or picture — can be transmitted wirelessly across air waves. This information can be grouped together into larger data segments, which are then known as packets. Users are typically billed according to the size of the packets sent each month. Plans may be purchased that allow up to a certain number of gigabytes to be transferred monthly before overage charges begin.
Circuit switching is the more commonly used type of information transfer available on cellular GSM networks. This establishes a constant connection between two network nodes, such as two cellular phones or two computers. Information is then transferred across this secured line until the connection is broken. Users are generally charged according to the amount of time spent using the connection, regardless of whether communication was occurring during the entirety of the connection.
GSM stands for global system for mobile communications, and is the standard for mobile communications for large portions of Europe and many other countries. This network allows any type of data — voice, or otherwise — to travel using digital channels. A GSM cellular network can use GPRS to quickly transmit data between cellular devices. It is typically used by the second (2G) and third (3G) generations of cellular technologies.
A GPRS GSM device could access existing cellular network towers and transmit packets of data quickly. This type of device can operate at speeds between 56 and 114 kilobits per second (kbps). These speeds are often referred to as 2.5G, as they are capable of exceeding second generation technology speeds, but do not outpace third generation technologies, which can send data at speeds of 200 kbps.
Cellular carriers typically use either a GSM or CDMA network. CDMA means code division multiple access, and uses some radio frequencies to create bandwidth through which data can be exchanged. This type of network, which is commonly found in the U.S., is also known as 3G technology due to the speeds at which it can operate. A GPRS GSM device cannot be used on a CDMA network.
LTE technology is the fourth generation of technology in the evolution of cellular devices. This type can transmit data at speeds between two and five megabits per second (Mbps), or between 2,048 and 5,120 kbps. It is incompatible with devices using either the GSM or CDMA networks, and requires LTE-specified cellular phones for usage.
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.