Evercross A7T, Eccentric Smartphone
The high demand for most consumer smartphones widescreen apparently captured well by leading IT vendors Evercross with lowered latest whiz – whiz nicknamed A7T. High quality plastic wrapping material is washed down with white color makes the display device based on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean looks sweet. In addition, with a thickness of only 10.9 mm and weighs only 118.1 grams will give you extra comfort , both at the time held or when incorporated into a pants pocket .
Landscape screen is also quite ideal , ie, measuring 4 inches, so it is pampering you on while surfing the internet, playing games, or when watching a video. Capacitive TFT LCD technology support and a screen resolution of 480 x 800 pixels makes the visual display presented so aesthetically unsightly and produced a more natural color. To boost the performance of this smartphone, Evercross was buried Dual core processor with a clock speed of 1.3 GHz and 256MB of RAM. With a capacity of up to 2GB of storage sheds is, of course, gives you the freedom to download additional applications are needed.
Well, if you have multimedia files such as video, music or photo memory, can store it into an external memory that supports up to 32GB capacity. For the purposes of telephony, A7T is equipped with two SIM card slots. There is also a wireless connection that supports 3G HSDPA and WiFi speeds as connecting stairs to get to the internet world. Thanks to the presence of Bluetooth and micro USB connections so sharing content with other devices so it was easy . For imaging purposes , entrenched resolution 5MP main camera feature complete with AF and LED flash, and a secondary VGA quality camera for photos and video calls selfie. Not to forget, A7T also been equipped with fuel applications.
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