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O2 xda Zinc : Specification : Featurs : Pictures and Review


  1. #1
    Ricky is offline eTI Silver

    O2 xda Zinc : Specification : Featurs : Pictures and Review


    Camera : 2 MP, Secondry : Vga
    Connectivity : GSM 900 / 1800 / 1900 / 3G / WiFi -802.11b/g, Bluetooth, Infrared, miniUSB
    Processor : Intel xScale PXA 270 - 520 Mhz
    Memory : 65 MB RAM, 128 MB ROM, miniSD
    Dimension : 58 x 109 x 22.6mm
    Weight : 175 gm
    Touch Screen : 2.8 inch
    Resolution : 320 x 240


    Recently it was launched in India market though available worldwide from quite sometimes. Was awaited from long and has lots of expectation.

    It has GSM 900, 1800 and 1900 support and it also support 3G WCDMA standards but not of much use in India. You know why.. because still 3G is not yet a field of mobility in India.

    Being smartphone, it has all possible form of connectivity but loosing on EDGE side. Has Class 1o GPRS and thats at max gives 48kbps connectivity. Missing EDGE is really a downside but on the other hand as it supports 3G so won't be a matter and may be this is the reason they did not bother about EDGE either. 3G actually give connectivity even at higher speed than EDGE. Other connectivity options are convenient to make it use with Compturs and network including WiFi 802.11b/g , bluetooth and even has infrared.

    Another nice thing about the phone is its processor, it is Intel Xscale PXA 270 running at 520 Mhz, quite competing with other smartphone in market but still it sometimes lag in web browsing, may be inefficient web application.

    It comes with Windows Mobile 5 but I heard can be upgraded free to WIndows Mobile 6.0 via O2 website.

    The Camera is 2MP fixed focus and is also having secondary VGA camera on front for video conferencing.

    2.8" display is sleek and looking nice. Touch screen is also responsive. Phone comes with Mobile MS Office and its pretty workable.

    Qwerty keyboard
    is another cool feature, one more reason for having this phone. Keyboard is very comfortable and you will get addicted to it if you are into lots of texting and may be in lots MS office use.

    Build Quality of Phone
    is satisfactory and infact it feels good in hand but only little concern about weight but at 175 gm, its acceptable, you sure need phone holder else your pocket may get heavy.

    Standby Time is about 200 hours on normal usage. It may get reduce if you have very heavy usage.

    Price in India is about Rs. 35000 and thats make this phone costly. Features are good but value for money is the only section which outshine the phone. So if Money is not the concern, try out !

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    choudhuryatanu1 is offline Newbie

    Re: O2 xda Zinc : Specification : Featurs : Pictures and Review

    Hmmm.....looks like quite a lot of people are having trouble using this stuff. Check out the most recent users' reviews at gsmarena.com/o2_xda_zinc-reviews-1819.php

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    diabolosdarelord is offline eTI Member

    Re: O2 xda Zinc : Specification : Featurs : Pictures and Review

    the phone looks quite good, i am using htc, but now planning to take O2 but little bit confused....
    Diabolos Darelord

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    Shek is offline eTI Member

    Re: O2 xda Zinc : Specification : Featurs : Pictures and Review

    This phone is looks like Nokia C6 mobile.

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