LANDVO L500 - 5.0 pulgadas HD IPS 1GB RAM 8GB ROM MTK6592M Octa Core 1,4GHz Android 4.4

• Pantalla: 5.0 pulgadas HD IPS (1280x720 pixels)
• RAM: 1GB
• ROM: 8GB (ampliable por 64GB)
• CPU: MediaTek MT6592M, Octa Core, 1.4GHz
• Cámara: 8.0 MPX / 2.0MPX front camera
• 3G WCDMA / 2G GSM
• Sin bloqueo

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119,99 EUR
Te invitamos a ver las especificaciones técnicas del LANDVO L500 en la siguiente descripción.

 

Bandas
GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz (B5/B8/B3/B2), 3G/WCDMA 900/1900/2100MHz, FDD-LTE 800/1800/2100/2600MHz (B1/3/7/20)
SIM Slot
Dual SIM (Dual Standby)
SIM Lock
No
Sistema operativo
Android 4.4
Sistema Operativo
Android 4.4
CPU
MediaTek MT6592M, Octa Core, 1.4GHz
RAM
1 GB
Memoria ROM
8 GB
Expandible
64 GB
Tamaño Pantalla
5 Inches
Tipo display
IPS (Multitouch)
Resolución pantalla
HD 720 x 1280 Pixel
Gorilla Glas
No
Resolución Trasera
8 MP
Resolución Frontal
2 MP
Flash
Si
Languages
Deutsch, English, Türkçe, Nederlands, Italiano, Español, Português, Français, Hrvatiski, Čeština, Dansk, Svenska, Română, Polski, Norsk, Русский (Russian), ελληνικά (Greek), Bahasa Indonesia, Bahasa Melayu, ไทย (Thai), Tiếng Việt (Vietnamese), 中文 (Chinese), (العربية (Arabic), 日本語 (Japanese), 한국어/조선말 (Korean), Chinese
Bluetooth
Wi-Fi
802.11 B/G/N
GPS
Yes
Batería
1.800 mAh
Puertos
Earphone Port (3.5mm), Charging Port
Material Carcasa
Plástico
Dimensiones
142 x 71.4 x 8.9mm
Peso
169 g
In the Box
1x Charger, 1x Battery, 1x USB Cable, 1 x User Manual
Característica
Dual SIM, Dual Standby, Ranura de memoria, Bluetooth, GPS, Flash
Good cheap smartphone

By NewtoM on 9 de enero de 2016

One thing ahead: I payed less than 60 Euros for this phone, elsewhere. And it was worth that. My review after a week of usage: imagine an optimal smartphone, then apply these cons: - the battery lasts at most one day; - the touchscreen is not very responsive at the sides; - the three bottom Android buttons (Menu, Home, Back) are not backlit thus often hard to find; - there is no status LED so you will have no clue if you missed a call or got a message until you turn on the screen regularly, - the quality of the cameras is poor (but still OK for Skype), - the audio quality during calls is worse than expected (my old Nokia 3510i sounds better), but still well comprehensible.

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