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Summary: GSM frequencies: 900 1800 1900; Standard UMTS: 2100; Standard LTE: no; Type: Touch; Dimensions (W x H x D): 127.00 x 66.80 x 10.30 mm; Weight: 145.00 g; Main display: Color / IPS TFT16M colors480 x 800 px (4.30") 217 ppi; Display protection: -; Standard battery: Li-Ion 1760 mAh; Internal memory: 8 GB; RAM memory: 1 GB; Memory cards: no; Operating system: Le OS 3.0; Processor: Qualcomm MSM8260; Processor clock: 1.50 GHz; Number of cores: 2; GPU: Adreno 220; Touchscreen: yes; DualSIM: no; Announced: -; Camera location: Back; Photo matrix: 8 Mpx; Flash: yes, LED; Video resolution: 1920x1080; Resolution: 3264x2448 px; Digital zoom: yes; Dual-col ...

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