|Price incl. VAT||£60.76|
|Price excl. VAT||£50.63|
|Possibility to return products within two months||
Phone weight: 139 g
Android 6.0 Marshmallow
the type of operating system
2 x Micro SIM
type of SIM card
66 × 129.9 × 9.5 mm
Phone dimensions (W x H x D)
8MP + 5 megapixel
microSD (up to 32GB)
memory card slot
iGET Blackview A5 is a stylish mobile phone for undemanding users. Even so, it addresses a relatively decent gear and smart features. Sufficient power supplies combination of quad-core processor clocked at 1.3 GHz and 1GB of RAM. Tato konfigurace je zárukou pro plynulý chod operačního systému Google Android 6.0 Marshmallow. Integrated storage has a capacity of 8 gigabytes and can be further extended by microSD card. And if you need to use simultaneously both private and business telephone number, so you may appreciate the function of Dual SIM.
This affordable mobile phone features a 4.5 "IPS display with a resolution of 540 × 960 pixels and excellent viewing angles. There is a pair of cameras. Rear resolution 8 megapixel autofocus features and comes with an LED flash. The front 5 megapixel camera allows for comfortable video calls or taking selfies. Battery capacity of 2000 mAh promises a battery life up to 8 hours on the phone. Charging then takes approximately two hours.
Mobile phone iGET Blackview A5 is equipped with a special interface for easy access to applications that you start by drawing a predefined character on the display off. Another practical feature is also the option to turn the screen by double tapping the screen is off - so you do not reach for the button to turn on / off.
Naprostou samozřejmostí je pak bezdrátová technologie WiFi či Bluetooth. There is also a precise GPS chip. You therefore nothing stand in your way and you can download any car, cycling or outdoor navigation.
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