Nokia 220 4G Specification

(Image) CPU: SPRD 8910OS: Mocor S30+Storage: 16MB/24MB +extendable microSD card up to 32GBBattery: 1200 mAh, Replaceable: YesSIM:

Nokia 220 4G Specification

Aliens Orbo Aliens Orbo
✭✭  /  edited July 27

CPU: SPRD 8910
OS: Mocor S30+
Storage: 16MB/24MB +extendable microSD card up to 32GB
Battery: 1200 mAh, Replaceable: Yes
SIM: 4FF + 2FF
Main processor:
500 MHz Cortex A5 Application processor
Operating System (OS): 
Mocor RTOS
Software Platform:
Mocor Series 30+
Internal user memory size:
16 MB
Internal mass memory:
24 MB
External memory (swap-type, supported size, voltage):
MicroSD card up to 32 GB (hotswap not supported)
Display technology:
TFT
Display resolution:
240 x 320 pixels (QVGA)
Display size:
2.4”
Main camera Sensor:
0.3 M VGA CMOS
Resolution:
640×480
Video Recorder Resolution (video):
H263 - 480p, 30fps
VP8 - 480p, 30fps
H264 - 720p, 30fps

Comments

  • duberry duberry
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    Series 30+ are they going bacwards? We need kaios. Hmd laura can you please explain why you are not using kaios when whatsapp is available on it? You won’t sell this phone as well than if it has kaios. 
  • Aliens Orbo Aliens Orbo
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    duberry said:
    Series 30+ are they going bacwards? We need kaios. Hmd laura can you please explain why you are not using kaios when whatsapp is available on it? You won’t sell this phone as well than if it has kaios. 
    Maybe its processor not support kaios, or next time maybe release. and kaios have cost is increase, then phone price is increase.
  • Corgan Corgan
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    duberry said:
    Series 30+ are they going bacwards? We need kaios. Hmd laura can you please explain why you are not using kaios when whatsapp is available on it? You won’t sell this phone as well than if it has kaios. 
    Having used KaiOS? I think S30+ would be an improvement.
  • f82 f82
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    I don't understand why none seems to talk about these specs. Are these officials or just some user opinions? A Cortex A5 armv7 processor? would be just great light years faster of the older ones and still on a real time os it should just fly!
  • Aliens Orbo Aliens Orbo
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    f82 said:
    I don't understand why none seems to talk about these specs. Are these officials or just some user opinions? A Cortex A5 armv7 processor? would be just great light years faster of the older ones and still on a real time os it should just fly!
    Its official.
  • f82 f82
    ✭✭  /  edited September 3
    f82 said:
    I don't understand why none seems to talk about these specs. Are these officials or just some user opinions? A Cortex A5 armv7 processor? would be just great light years faster of the older ones and still on a real time os it should just fly!
    Its official.
    This is great! Just what I was hoping for and expecting from a 4G phone; a new feature phone oriented and modern based architecture platform should give more freedom for the future expandibility. A modern Cortex A5 cpu with a real time o.s. feature phone is what I was hoping for in these years as the next generation feature phones. No needs of linux, html5, or S30+ like installable application. Just fastest, fixed, featured tested apps and many different models from low to high end market.
  • mriso79 mriso79
    ✭✭  /  edited September 24
    I dream with a S30+ feature phone, 4G, a 5mp camera, full WhatsApp version, and a good html5 browser. That's all what I ever wanted for a mobile. In my opinion S30+ is smoother than Kaios ...
  • f82 f82
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    mriso79 said:
    I dream with a S30+ feature phone, 4G, a 5mp camera, full WhatsApp version, and a good html5 browser. That's all what I ever wanted for a mobile. In my opinion S30+ is smoother than Kaios ...
    It's something like comparing a 1998 computer operating system with a modern version. Considering the hardware technology they were running on, the most modern should simply fly, while instead someone could say those old operating systems were faster.
    In my opinion that's because more (not always useful) software features were introduced, complex higher-level languages code too and I'd imagine less and less optimized for speed while every programming priorities seems like oriented only for connectivity more than optimization of the offline o.s. itself and no matter how heavy the code will be, more cpu/gpu cores and more gigabytes of ram will help anyway.
    In the 80's software programmers had to make miracles to optimize their software code to use those few hardware resources, I'd ask if nowdays optimization is still a priority. 
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