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Ecran Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, Diagonala ecran (inch): 4.3; Procesor dual-core 1,7 GHz, Camera foto: 8 Mp, Memorie interna (GB): 16, Conectivitate: Bluetooth, Wi-Fi
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Caracteristici tehnice Dimensiuni : 131 x 65 x 8 mm Greutate: 119 g Afisaj: Super AMOLED Plus touchscreen capacitiv, 16M culori Mărime 540 x 960 px, 4.3 inch (~256 pixeli per inch) Multitouch: Da - HTC Sense UI Memorie Memorie internă 16 GB, 1 GB RAM Slot Card microSD, pana la 32 GB Procesor Dual-core 1.7 GHz Conectivitate: microUSB v2.0 (MHL), USB On-the-go WLan Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, DLNA, Wi-Fi hotspot Bluetooth v4.0 cu A2DP GPS: Da, cu suport A-GPSTransfer de date WAP: Nu EDGE: Da NFC: Nu GPRS: Da Mesagerie: SMS(threaded view), MMS, Email, Push Mail, IM, RSS Redare video: MP4/H.263/H.264/WMV Redare audio: MP3/eAAC+/WMA/WAV Radio: Stereo FM radio cu RDS Foto/video:Foto: 8 MP, 3264x2448 pixeli, autofocus, blit LED Funcţii cameră: Simultaneous HD video and image recording, geo-tagging, detectarea fetei si a zambetului Video: Da, 1080p@30fps, stereo sound rec., stabilizator video Cameră secundară Da, 1,3 MP, 720p Diverse Sistem de operare Android OS, v4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) Senzori: Accelerometru, giroscop, compas, senzor de proximitate, senzor de lumina ambientala - Integrare SNS - Organizator - Editor imagine - Vizualizator documente - Google Search, Maps, Gmail, YouTube, Calendar, Google Talk, integrare Picasa - Comenzi vocale - Text predictiv Baterie standard, Li-Ion 1650 mAh

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WykUZK8ih a scris in data 13-05-2014:
I have ATT and a sim card in the phone, I want to use my new smartphone from China with the sim card in the phone that has wifi cptbailiaies to just access the free wifi when it is detected or available without using any data plan or getting charges from ATT to access the web. How can I do this? What wap can I use? What configurations on the phone do I need? How can I do this, using the wifi on the phone to access the web when there is wifi available with out using any of my data plan with ATT?

V93TdUVc a scris in data 12-05-2014:
You save the QR-Code on your hard drive. Have business cards ptnerid with the QR-Code on it. The person you give your business card to can scan your business card with his mobile phone.

s83VnRsr a scris in data 12-05-2014:
That's great to hear! Thanks Shinigami!!! Unfortunately, most teachers (at least this one!) and stunedts will be at school in the morning making it impossible to attend that session!!! Thanks for the new info. I really hope it benefits someone out there!

JP7IuRd6cm a scris in data 31-08-2013:
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> I don’t know if the whole firmware is free soafrtwe but even if it isn’t the case it doesn’t contain any GPS or microphone and it should not be able to control or modify things on the mobile.I bet the firmware is nonfree. The advantage would be to not have a device capable of spying on the device, but it's a bit of an overkill. Looking out for phones without any possibility to spy, such as the Goldelico GTA04, seems more convenient. http://rpxfrcol.com [url=http://ewcafb.com]ewcafb[/url] [link=http://trhmes.com]trhmes[/link]

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hCWQY7gZ a scris in data 11-08-2013:
admin:Глебушка, не путайте людей.Both the ATT and Verizon model of iPad can roam worldwide on GSM/UMTS neortwks. In countries without compatible 4G LTE neortwks, the new iPad will operate on GSM network technologies such as HSPA+ and DC-HSDPA. When you travel internationally, you can use a micro-SIM card from a local carrier.

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For the love of God, keep writing these aritcles.

ux7vRfx5fr a scris in data 11-08-2013:
this question came up today dunirg a panel discussion at the mobile money transfer conference in dubai & the panel dismissed it. basically they suggested that there are so many new security measures in play that to suggest that a GSM network is more secure over a CDMA network is an inaccurate statement. you can't answer this question by looking at the network only, you must consider the application on the mobile device & how the transaction is treated at the receiving end.

d1sEBLmsaq a scris in data 11-08-2013:
This seems to be a propaganda by Smart Card (SIM) maeatucfurnrs. I do see advantages of SIM as being a Tamper Proof Storage, and the advantages it brings. However, the claim assumes that there is no Application Layer security implemented on top of whatever GSM/CDMA offers. In reality, both WAP/XHMTL and Rich Clients can use HTTPS, which provides comparable security in both GSM or CDMA. SMS offers the same level of security/vulnerability in both cases. The only thing GSM brings-in is SIM-Toolkit (STK) based applications. Couple high-level issues with STK:1. Carrier has to be trusted for User-authentication by the bank.2. STK offers limited features, usability is a big issue.Overall, I wouldn't pay much attention to this claim.Cheers,Viral Shah

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