Friday, August 10, 2012

Alcatel 918N Blaze Glory Review

  I have purchased this wonderful, amazing phone last January 2012 at SM North EDSA since that time the only area that has this  model, I went to SM Pampanga, Robinsons and even inquired at SM Megamall but unlucky to buy one, good thing it's available at one stall at SM North.
       Been using Windows phone for almost 4 years SAP Amazing  and Atom 02, with it's OS a lot of developers created apps that could be useful as a tool, utils, weather, and has an internet capability.
       But when my windows phone has gotten so slow, and with a tight budget I decided to get a new one, at exact timing I have seen the ALCATEL OneTouch Blaze Glory 918N!! This unit is so impressing!

Alcatel Blaze Glory 918N Specifications

3.2 capacitive HVGA screen with 320X480 pixels
TFT 262K color display
Android 2.3 Gingerbread
Dual SIM, Dual Standby
650Mhz processor
Internal memory 2GB (150MB usable), expandable up to 32GB via microSD
3-megapixel camera
3G, Wi-Fi
Bluetooth 3.0 with A2DP
A-GPS, Proximity Sensor, e-Compass
HSPA 7.2 Mbps
Lithium 1300 mAh battery

Using the dual SIM function is flawless signal is good can simultaneously send and recieve. Internet connection connection can be controlled with the use of data connection drop down function. Andoid 2.3 Gingerbread meaning you could install available apps you could find at google market or free apps on the internet. Lovely!! Processor is fast! The only problem I had is low phone memory, good thing I can use the external memory for installation. Camera function.... for a snap shot its fine to use, I have installed Pixlr-o Mat, Path, softbox Lite, sensor camera, man with camera for my photography needs.

The price P 5,999.00 very affordable with that functions I really love like wifi, 3G, the 3.2 inch screen, Dual Sim Functionality, a decent processor speed, Android 2.3 Gingerbread. This comes in many color but I have the Black model. And ohh!! After using it for it 6 months the battery is still good I can use it 2 days without charging  and or if on standby(I'm also using battery saver).


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