2.4 Inch WCDMA Feature Phone

The all new #Samgle 3G 3310 Series brings to you a futuristic design. 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 & Networks Band Details(EU): GSM:B2/B3/B5/B8...

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The all new #Samgle 3G 3310 Series brings to you a futuristic design.
Display:2.4" inch curved window
Support micro SD (T-Flash):Max to 32GB
Camera:Rear SW 2.0M


Wireless & Networks
Band Details(EU):
GSM:B2/B3/B5/B8 (1900/1800/850/900)
WCDMA:B1/B8 (2100/900)
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
Product weight:64.5g
Battery weight:32g
Package size:142*136*35mm


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: 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
Battery: 1
Power Adapter: 1
English Manual : 1
It does not come with a screen protector and an earphone.

Q: How long it takes to get to Italy ?
A: Generally it can be shipped within 3-7 business days after the payment. The exact processing time varies depending on the item.
Please refer to our shipping estimation below:
1) Expedited Shipping: 7-15 working days
2) Registered Air Mail:10-25 working days
3) Unregistered Air Mail:13-30 working days
4) Priority Line : 7 - 15 working days(Only for partial countries)

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.


What is a RUIM Card?
A removable user identity module (RUIM or R-UIM) card is an identification chip for cell phones that work on Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) networks. A RUIM card stores a user's personal information, such as his or her name and account number, phone number, address book, text messages, and other settings. These cards can be swapped between compatible phones, so the user's information and settings are easily transferred. In many cases, a RUIM card can also be used in a phone designed to work on the Global System for Mobile Communication (GSM) network.


To activate a CDMA phone that uses an RUIM card, only the card must be activated. Once active, it can be used in any compatible handset by simply removing the card and inserting it into another phone. The new phone is then able to make and receive calls on the user's account.
Users can switch between several phones or borrow a friend's compatible phone to make a call with his or her own RUIM card. If the user switches to another phone service provider (also called a carrier) and wants to keep the old phone, a new card from the carrier can be inserted into the existing phone. The existing phone must be unlocked and compatible with the frequency band of the new carrier for this to work, however.
It's important to note that, for the RUIM card to work in a new handset, that phone must either be from the same cell phone service provider or unlocked. In some countries, like the US, a phone handset is usually locked to a particular carrier, which means that only RUIM cards from that same carrier can be used in these handsets. An unlocked phone is one that has had this limitation removed; any card from any carrier can be used in an unlocked phone.


The RUIM card was designed to replicate many of the advantages of the Subscriber Identity Module (SIM) card on the GSM network. Phones on the CDMA network that do not use RUIM cards store all of the user's information in the phone itself; if the user wants to change phones, he or she has to go to the cell phone service provider, who will transfer the information to the new handset. GSM network phones use SIM cards, which store all of the user's information, so activating a new phone is often as simple as moving the card from one handset to another.
CDMA phones that use RUIM cards share this ability to swap information between phones. The card is the same size and shape as a regular SIM card, and typically includes a version of the SIM software, which means that it can be used in GSM phones. As with switching cards between CDMA phones, however, the GSM handset must be unlocked for a RUIM card to work with it. An RUIM card in a GSM phone might not work in all locations, because different regions use different cell phone frequencies.


Security is a major concern for people who use RUIM cards since they hold all of the user's personal information. Most RUIM cards require — or can be set to require — that the user enter a personal identification number (PIN) before the card can be used. When a phone containing the card is powered on, the user must enter this number to use any of the phone's features other than emergency calls. If the user enters the wrong PIN multiple times in a row, the phone will become blocked and no longer accept new tries.


The CDMA network has the largest number of subscribers primarily in Asia and North America, but not all service providers use phones with RUIM cards. They are much more common in China and other Asian countries than they are in the United States, for example. There are a number of different reasons for this; some experts suggest that US cell phone users do not switch between phones as often as people in other countries, and so don't need this feature, while others argue that US carriers don't have any incentive to allow users to switch between handsets more easily.


The Future of RUIM
CDMA and GSM are second-generation (2G) technologies, which was designed primarily for voice calls. With the increase in data usage by users, many carriers have upgraded from 2G technology to 3G, which can transfer data more quickly; the two main competing 3G technologies are CDMA2000® and Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS). Although UMTS works on the Wideband CDMA (WCDMA) standard, it operates on the same core network as GSM, and is not compatible with CDMA or CDMA2000®.
As development continues, however, most carriers — including those using CDMA and CDMA2000® — are upgrading to 3GPP Long Term Evolution (LTE), which is based on GSM and UMTS. All LTE phones use SIM cards, so new handsets that use this network from any carrier must have that type of card. This means that RUIM cards, which do not work on LTE, will likely eventually become obsolete.


What is 3G CDMA?
Two popular terms — 3G and CDMA — are often used in tandem when referring to wireless Internet and data access. When used together, the phrase simply reads — and is voiced as — “3G CDMA.” The term 3G signifies a specific group of standards the third generation (thus, “3G”) of cellular phones must meet to be designated as “3G.” Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA), however, is a technology that refers to the network type. Together, CDMA and 3G capabilities can provide consumers with high-speed access to a variety of content on wireless devices.
By 2010, 3G technology had become the latest in wireless network speeds and capabilities. It allows for high-speed data activity for various smartphones and similar devices. Phone companies, however, quickly began rolling out 4G technologies commencing in 2010.
CDMA networks are utilized by mobile phone companies, radios, computers, and similar technologies. This method of channel access is utilized by cellular service companies such as Sprint and Verizon. CDMA networks also require that phones are activated via the mobile provider.
Consumers who use phones on CDMA networks do not need to use a subscriber identity module(SIM) card. SIM cards, which can be easily interchanged amongst phones and computers if a consumer is interested in using another device, are instead mandatory in other types of network devices. On a Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM) network, which relates to second generation (2G) models, SIM cards are necessary.
The initial 3G CDMA network is called the CDMA2000 1xEV-DO, which is capable of speeds up to 3.1 megabytes per second (MBps). This technology was first commercially used by Monet Mobile Networks, and when Monet shut down, Verizon Wireless began using the network in 2003. When referring to mobile networks, consumers generally use the umbrella term 3G CDMA.
3G CDMA networks allow users to access a wide variety of content via their cellular devices. Live streaming TV, social networks and media download can all be done over the cellular network at high speeds. These networks have seen global growth because of the various capabilities.
By 2010, the CDMA platform had more than 500 million users worldwide, 128 million of whom had been 3G CDMA subscribers by the year 2009. In the United States, Verizon operates the largest 3G CDMA network while Sprint, the other 3G CDMA provider within the United States, is the third largest cellular company.

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