CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. Dubbed the ZTE Light 2, this 7-inch slate will hit UK shops 'soon', but it's only packing Android 2.3 Gingerbread and a 3-megapixel camera on the rear. There's not a great deal of internal storage either -- just 4GB in fact. If that's not enough breathing room for all your music, movies and such, you can make the Light 2 a little more capacious using a microSD card. The Light 2 will weigh 402g. That's more than the original 7-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab (380g), but it's still not too heavy, so you likely won't find it uncomfortably bulky to lug around.
A decidedly old-school version of Android aside, I'm keen to get my mitts on the Light 2, because ZTE has produced some stonking budget smart phones recently, The ZTE Skate offered big-screen Android jollies at a low price, while the ZTE Tania Windows Phone is shaping up nicely, ZTE also built the ace Orange San Francisco 2, This will be the first ZTE tablet bearing the company logo to hit the UK, so I'll be watching the iphone case zalora Light 2's progress like a caffeinated hawk, Would you ever splash out on a cheap tablet? Does the Light 2 appeal to you, or does the old version of Android put you off? Fire some words my way via the comments or our Facebook wall..
CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. Visit manufacturer site for details. The Nokia Asha 201 sits firmly at the budget end of the handset market -- available for a measly £45 on pay-as-you-go with Vodafone. At this rock bottom price, the competition includes lots of other Nokia handsets such as the C3, C2-01and X2, alongside other brands' budget blowers, including the LG Cookie Lite and the slightly more pricey Samsung Tocco Icon. The Asha 201 runs Nokia's very-long-in-the-tooth Series 40 operating system, so it's 'smart phone lite' at best. At least our Finnish friends have crammed in some smart phone-style features, with Facebook and messaging notifications pumped directly to its dinky home screen.
The menu system is fiddly, iphone case zalora but at this price, some software awkwardness is a given, Once you get used to the menu system's quirks, it's not unbearable to use, although it's frequently frustrating, For £45, you can't really complain though, Sadly, there's no 3G or Wi-Fi so web pages are often sluggish to load, But if you want a very cheap phone for making calls, Facebooking, messaging and listening to music, the 201 does offer a lot of value for your cash, There's even an FM radio app on board and a microSD card slot to expand the storage up to 32GB..
If you select the 'Social' option, the home screen will include updates from accounts you have linked to the device -- such as Facebook message notifications or, if you keep clicking the Navi key, recent status updates from your mates. What you can see at any one time is very limited by the lack of space, but the Asha's an undeniably affordable way to keep up with your social circle. Nokia's Series 40 operating system is as old as the hills. Navigating its confirmation-based menu system feels like stepping back to a gentler mobile era -- when people actually had time to click 'ok' and wait for a big, reassuring green tick. It involves a lot of going back and forth, which can get frustrating. Typing a URL in the browser takes you to a separate typing screen, for instance.
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