I don't understand why a company like Gigabyte produced an Android smartphone with the looks of 2012 but with 2009 technology. What is the use of a phone that can't run browsers like Firefox mobile or Flash web content (arm6). A very stupid move. There are lots of other budget smartphones that are arm11 for less money.
The price of this G1355 is 290 US Dollars. Not exactly a price tag you would expect on a low-end phone like this. It's heavy and thick. I won't buy it...
No more Gigabytes!!!
Cool! Exactly what I've been waiting for. 2 SIMs, Android, resolution greater than 320x480 and hopefully not too expensive. Looking forward to more detailed specs and may be a few reviews...
in Philippines, expect that this will be rebranded to Cherry Mobile for sure...
This is the perfect phone for my dad, as he needs to juggle a work and personal number, and at the moment I juggling two Nokias, which he despises because they're soo extremely unfriendly for the user. So, bottom level specs or not, simple having email that is usable and easy would be amazing. But, not being a tech lover, high spec is nothing more than expensive for stuff he won't need or want.
I think that the dual sim feature (sthg rare except for some chinese HTC-apple like crap) will make it appealling even if it's no hardcore harware.
I want one of this for sure.
It's look like HTC Rhyme .... but the bezel have the same color.
I wonder what they'll expect from this. This device has got to be extremely cheap to get anyone to buy it.
The only thing that could save this phone would be its price, only if it's right.