It is a dual GSM phone with full Qwerty keypad and separate number keys. It has 2.4 inch resistive touchscreen and a 3 megapixel camera with fixed focus. It uses GPRS, EDGE, WiFi and Bluetooth.

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It has a 2.8 inch multi-touch screen and runs on Gingerbread (Android 2.3). The phone has a glossy finish with attractive user interface. It has 1420 mAh battery and its camera is megapixel.

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