Ok got the phone today. I bought this as a spare travel phone in place for my Samsung Galaxy S. So this is not my main phone hence handons will be light in details.
It runs some proprietary OS, probably Nucleus RTOS like all the other cheap Chinese phones. Comes with 1100mAh battery, but that may be just false labelling.
1) doesn't have bluetooth
2) doesn't have camera flash or torch
3) keyboard doesn't work on most java apps, you need to switch to edit mode
4) default browser is crap, defaults to Latin American settings (unchangable)
5) configuration for data and some UI is a tad bad
6) keyboard and trackpad are nothing to write about
1) does have 3G at 850/2100, see Telstra/3 networks here in Australia
2) dual standby, haven't test for dual active
3) can install other browsers, comes with Opera 4 mini as an app which you can't install, but I've install opera 5 mini and bolt browser.
4) about 80MB storage on phone, java sees 16MB ram heap
Overall I do like it. Bear in mind that I wanted a cheap disposable phone will a large range of connectivity, and that's exactly what I got.
what operating system does this phone use?
Extremely few retailers offering this phone?
After pondering forever about getting a spare travel phone, I settled for this one, mainly because Telstra network here in Australia is 850.
Just purchased it from digitalsound_buy on ebay, will see how it goes.
ALLGSMCELULLAR MIAMI, 22 Oct 2010Good relationship between price & benefits. Enzo firstname.lastname@example.org What's your url and do you carry this phone?
tx-boy, 13 Oct 2010where do you purchase this device?Good relationship between price & benefits.
Anonymous, 15 Oct 2010This brand is currently only available in USA and Latin America, around $150 retail good cost ... moreStill no retailer carrys this or other products from "Blu."
tx-boy, 13 Oct 2010where do you purchase this device?This brand is currently only available in USA and Latin America, around $150 retail good cost compared to other 3G with same features