Orange has just prensentar the Orange Daytona for Spain, a phone charge to Huawei, which is added to the supply of terminals that the operator offers under its name. Thus joins the list comprising the Denver Orange, Orange San Diego and Orange Tahiti.
Orange Daytona, features
This phone has dimensions of 123 x 67 x 9.9 mm and weighs 150 grams. Account with an IPS TFT screen of 4.5 inch with Gorilla Glass coverage to provide additional protection. The resolution is 480 x 854 pixels, which gives a density of 218 points per inch, somewhat lower than the other phones with a similar screen size and lower quality than these, but still somewhat acceptable within the range of input.
Your hardware has processor of dual-core 1.2 GHz, an S4 Snapdragon, 512MB RAM and ROM memory with 4GB capacity, can expand by up to 32GB microSD card, enough to run some applications, although the RAM limitation will be noticed when several programs open at the same time.
Input range is updated
It has also a five megapixel rear camera, a front-facing camera that does not have offered data and LED flash. The battery of 1750 mAh He promises that in the words of Huawei says last up to six hours in conversations 2 G.
In terms of software, has with Android 4.1.1, being the first mobile input range that enjoys the new Jelly Bean, offers such as Google Now integrating and improving fluidity of Project Butter. Among its connections we are normal, such as Wi-Fi access, 3 G HSDPA and microUSB and Bluetooth AD2P, in addition to proximity and ambient light detectors, which can be enough for the industry to which it is addressed.
Price and availability
The Orange Daytona will begin to market on February 1, 2013 at prices between € 0 and € 49 to choose a free operator or €150 rate, as pointed our colleagues from Engadget Mobile. It will be available in black and soon will be in white color.
This terminal shows some capabilities that are not the latest, but will an effective terminal be as well as very affordable. Huawei is still committed to the range of input, but it does improve the characteristics, including offering Jelly Bean in a relatively modest phone. The agreement with Orange can succeed to the company china and help boost its sales among young people, who consume more input Smartphone.