So what can i say about this great device? It's coming with Android OS 2.2.2 Froyo, but it supports Android 2.3 and an update is available. It has 512MB RAM, 600MHz ARM11 Processor (that means NO flash support). The diplsay measures 3.2" inches with HVGA (320x480) resolutions. It's a really nice display and is one of the best TFT displays ever, at least for me. I've tried Galaxy Ace and Galaxy Pocket and they were really bad. O1's display really impress for a TFT, the best in the cheap category. The sound is really nice, one of the best and loud i've ever heard. It has 3G,WiFi and GPS too. It takes seconds to lock your GPS position, and the WiFi works just fine. It has nice reception, so no problems here, no "antenna-gate" problems. The camera is 3MP with VGA videos shoot. The quality is below average, but the pics are really bright. The colors are just fine, but the details and shadows are just horrible. After all, this is low-end phone, so there is no even LED flash and no big expectaions here. But it's not that bad too.
+HVGA display with above average quality (for a TFT)
+Nice material quality, soft-plastic back. Really stable and quality, like a high-end device.
+Android 2.3 Update,no ICS. In xda-dev you can find ICS and JB for this device.
+512MB RAM,200MB internal memmory,supports up to 32GB microSD (i'm using 16GB without ANY problem)
+WiFi,3G 7.2mbps,GPS,proximity sensor,orientations sensor etc.
-the 600 mhz processor is kinda slow for ICS and JB
-the GPU (Adreno 200) is not supported in ICS, so no HQ videos, 320x480 lags
-the Stock Android limits phone functionallity, installing beats auido,bravai engine and CM7 imrpoves the sound,display and preformance a lot. Also in CM you can move all apps in SD,while in stock 2.2 half of the apps are still unmovable.
-The camera lacks detail and shades
-No LED flash for camera. It's not cameraphone, but one of those would be useful
Edited by Puma9251, 14 October 2012 - 09:51 AM.