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- Frequency Range: GSM850/900/1800/1900MHz
- Internal Memory: 213M
- Support Extend Card:16G
- Display Size: 3.5"
- Screen Resolution: QVGA(240 x 320 pixels)
- Screen Type: TFT
- Display Color: 256K
- Ringtones Type: Polyphonic / MP3
- Audio File Format: MP3/WAV/AMR/AAC
- Video File Format: 3GP/MP4
- Image File Format: JPG/BMP/GIF
- E-book Format: TXT
- FM Radio: Yes
- Data Transfer: USB/Bluetooth
- GPRS: Yes
- Mobile Internet: WAP、WIFI
- Camera Picture Resolution: 2.0Megapixels
- Stand-by Time: Up to 200 hours
- Talk Time: Up to 4 hours
- Charger: USB/Travel Charger
- Input: Handwrite/Keypad
- Languages: Indonesian、Malay、German、English、Spanish、French、Italian、Portuguese、Turkey、Chinese
- Phone Book: 1000Entries
- Messaging: SMS / MMS
- Size: 115 x 56 x 12mm/4.5 x 2.2 x 0.5in (L x W x H)
- Touch screen cell phone supports calendar
- Touch screen cell phone has alarm clock
- Touch screen cell phone has world time
- The quad band cell phone supports 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
- Quad Band - This Bluetooth cell phone is unlocked for worldwide use
- WiFi - IEEE802.11b/g/n Check emails, connect online, or surf the Web with advanced WiFi technology
- This cell phone is equipped with 3.5" display, clear and high definition. Touch screen cell phone supports calendar
- The camera provides amazing photos and video for all occasions. Touch screen cell phone has alarm clock
- The quad band cell phone supports 850/900/1800/1900 MHz with slim design
- The perfect solution to all your business and personal needs. Touch screen cell phone has world time
- All accessories of the cell phone. Quad Band - This Bluetooth cell phone is unlocked for worldwide use
How to Protect Your Mobile Phone:
Carrying Your Phone:
- If you're not making a call, make sure that your phone is hidden away. Keep it in one of your front pockets or inside a bag. Don't attach it to your belt or around your neck
- Thieves are opportunists, so don't make yourself an easy target by showing off the handset you're carrying around
- Lots of people take their phones out of their pockets when they're sitting down. If you're out with your friends, don't put your phone on a table as anyone walking by can easily run off with it
Making a Call:
- If you're making a call on your mobile in a public area, make sure you always keep an eye on what's going on around you. Thieves go to great lengths to get their hands on the latest handsets, so keep your wits about you
- You should also try to avoid using your mobile phone in public at night. If you do have to use your phone, try to find an area that's well-lit. Also avoid getting out your phone at train stations and bus stops as these are areas that thieves target
Securing Your Handset:
- It's always a good idea to write down the make, model and unique identification number (IMEI number) of your handset. This can be found behind the battery, or by dialing '*#06#' on your handset
- Keep these details in a safe place and completely separate from your phone, as you'll need to give them to your service provider if your phone is lost or stolen
- Whatever model of handset you have, your handset has in-built security features that you can use to protect it. If you don't know how to use them, take a look at the instruction manual
- For example, you can set up a PIN number that you have to key in before you make a call. This stops anyone else using your phone and protects your personal details
Register, Report, Reunite:
- Register. You can register the details of your handset with The National Mobile Property Register. This will help the police to return your phone to you if it gets stolen. You should also register the details of your phone with your network provider
- Report. If your phone is lost or stolen, report it immediately to the police
- You should also contact your network provider. When you get through, tell them your phone has been stolen. They'll be able to block both the handset and the SIM card so that they can't be used any more
- Reunite. If the police do recover your stolen handset, it's a lot easier for them to reunite you with your phone if it is registered. They can match up the serial number to your name and address and get it back to you quickly
How to Buy Cell Phones:
The three types of phones are:
- Analog phones. Analog is the original cell-phone type. The phones themselves are a bit less expensive than the alternatives. On the negative side, the sound quality is not the sharpest, and the minute rates tend to be higher than the alternative. Digital or PCS phones are much more versatile and offer several advantages over the analog phone
- Digital phones. These have better signals and cheaper call rates. Batteries tend to last longer as well (because the phones require less power). The problem is that coverage tends to cut out (or be patchy) once you are not in a specific populated area. If you are planning to use your cell phone while traveling cross-country, digital phones may give you a problem for this reason
- PCS phones. PCS stands for Personal Communications Service. For all practical purposes, it is effectively the same as digital
Additional features to consider:
- Dual mode phones. These phones can automatically switch between digital and analog. When you are in range of digital antennae, they go with that, and as you move out, they automatically utilize the analog lines
- Battery life. When you choose a phone, you should consider how long it can last on standby (turned on, but not in use), and how much talk time you have before recharging
- Weight. The lighter it is, the easier it is to carry around
- Size and color. Portability and the overall appearance of the phone may be important to you
How Does a Cell Phone Work:
- Cell phones are wireless and don't connect to any electrical lines. The best way to begin to explain how cell phones work is to look at your radio. Radios transmit through radio frequency. They have FM and AM frequencies. Cell phones also rely on radio frequency to work
- The Federal Communications Commission of the United States regulates the amount of radio frequency that is allowed to be used by cell phones at one time. Cell phones use towers, which means that one tower would be regulated to let's say 3,000 phone calls at once. That may be enough for a small town with a population of less than 3,000 people, but it certainly wouldn't be enough for a large city like Chicago. The answer to that problem came in the creation of more cell phone towers
- The amount of cell phone towers needed in each city and town depends on the demand. That means the more populated the town, the more likely you are to have a large number of cell phone users. A small town may have only one cell phone tower while a large city may have 10 to 20 towers. Your cell phone comes with a set of little bars. The bars tell you the strength your phone has to make a call. Basically, if your bars are low, you are far away from a cell tower. If your bars are high, then you are close to a cell phone tower and should receive excellent reception
- Your call can actually be passed from one cell phone tower to the next. As you are walking or driving and you are leaving one area and entering another, your cell phone will automatically connect to the tower with the strongest signal. You won't even notice that this has happened and your call will continue as normal
- Each cell phone tower has a number of channels increasing the number of cell phone users that can connect to that tower. In fact, there are over 1,664 channels. Again, these cell phones use a radio frequency and users should beware that anyone who gets on the same channel can hear your conversation. Sometimes this happens by accident, and sometimes it is done on purpose. So understand how the cell phone works and watch what you say on your cell phone to protect yourself
- 1 x Cell Phone
- 1× Wired stereo earphones with built-in MIC and clip
- 2 x Rechargeable Li-ion Batteries
- 1 x Phone to USB Cable
- 1 x Power Adapter (110-240V 50/60Hz)
- 1 x User Manual - English
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In that case we will refund you the payment excluding actual shipping fees already incurred.
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