- Product Dimensions: 4.6 x 0.4 x 2.4 inches ; 2.2 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 2.2 pounds
- ASIN: B0054K6ZCI
- Item model number: H2000
Features Network Function: EDGE, GPRS Download ; WAP Functions Data Transfer: Bluetooth 2.0, U disk, USB Cable Audio: MP3 Player, FM Radio Video: MP4/3GP Player, Video Recorder, DIVX Image: JPG, GIF,BMP Sound Recorder, To Do list, Alarm, Calculator, Calendar Alarm: 3 groups Message: SMS, MMS, Email, MSN User Profiles: General, Meeting, Outdoor, Indoor, Bluetooth Others: MP3/MP4/Hands-free/Bluetooth/ GPRS download/E-book/Calendar /Alarm clock/Calculator//FM Radio/Calendar Specification Operation System: Android V2.2 Chipset: MTK6516 416MHZ Frequency: GSM Quad Band 850/900/1800/1900 mhz Style: Bar Color: Black, White Screen: 3.5 inch 480320px HVGA Memory Expasion: Max 32GB Camera: 2.0 mp Camera Standby Time: 250-300 hours Frequence: GSM Quadband 850/900/1800/1900 MHz Screen: 3.5" screen with 480400 HQVGA Platform: MTK6516 ARM7+ARM9 DualCPU, 460+280MHZ RAM/ROM: 512 Mb+256Mb Sim cards: 2 GSM SIMs 2 standby GPS Support GPRS GPS Positioning(AGPS) Camera: Dual 1.3/2.0 MP with flash light Bluetooth: Support Bluetooth A2DP Multimedia: Support MP3/MP4/AVI/3GP Java: JAVA, Opera mini, Browser, Games, MSN, facebook, google map, ebuddy Dimensions: Size: 1095712mm, weight: 120g Battery: 1500 mAh L-ion battery 2 Memory: Support 32GB maximum TF card (No packed TF card) Internet: WAP2.0/GPRS Assistant tools: FM, calendar, recorder, calculator, world clock, alarm, wap browser, Phone book Colors: black Accessories: 2batteries, 1 (USB cable, earphone, charger, user manual, gift box)
- Latest Android NR-H2000 Dual Sim Wifi Smart Phone Hero
This is a great phone. Most people would get this because of the dual-sim capability, like the other guy, but I got this because of it's Android operating system. Compared to an actual HTC phone, my G1, the H2000 performs a lot better, especially in performance. So I would consider this an upgrade. So when you first get the package, it'll come in a nice box that says Hero on the top, and H2000 on the bottom. Inside, you'll find the phone itself, 2 batteries, a usb cable(looks like an iphone cable, but I heard they are slightly different) , 1 pair of headphones, a usb charging adapter, the user manual, and a screen protector, which is really nice. So now, I am going into a full review haha. Hope you have time to read this (:
Out of the box, you'll notice the design of the phone. It resembles an iPhone 4, it even has the actual home button. But take a closer look and you'll notice that there is a Back, Menu, Home, and Search Touch Pad like buttons like on one of those HTC Android phones. A couple things that aren't like the iPhone is the Vibrate/Sound on switch thing haha. It's just a button that if you press for a second or two, will activate the camera. Another is the sim card slot on the side, it's just there for show, and doesn't even come out. And finally, the back comes off, so you can insert the battery, SDcard, and of course, your 2 sim cards. Overall, a nice design, and great feel. By the way, this will definitely get smudged easily (:
Now the UI (User Interface), is quite nice out of the box. One thing to take note is that the home launcher is a Chinese version of that of a Samsung phone running android, so when long pressing on the home screen to bring up the widget and wallpaper menu, it is in Chinese, which I didn't like. But I found a solution! What you do, is go to SettingsApplicationsManage Applications and from there, look in the downloads section, and you'll find an icon of a house with a little android bot on it. The name of the app should be all Chinese. What you do is Uninstall that, and once it's done, press home. You should now have a better looking home launcher, and when you long press the screen, it's English! A couple things I like right off the bat is that it comes pre-installed with Apps and supports Live Wallpapers! Some of the pre-installed apps are okay, but They don't really do much for me. They're mostly Facebook, Twitter, eBuddy, etc, they're mostly social networking apps. Well anywho, the performance of the H2000 is very outstanding. Once you let it boot up completely, it will run flawlessly. It's pretty fast!
And now, actually using the phone. This phone is very nice, especially with the dual sim. When making a call, there are two buttons which basically ask you which sim you'd like to make a call with. The same thing foes for Messaging. Instead of a send button or call button, there is a "Send by SIM1" and "Send by SIM2" button, and basically a "Call with SIM1" and "Call with SIM2" button. Pretty nice touch and easy to use.
And now the camera. The camera isn't too bad. If you were to take close up pictures, then they come out pretty decent. But if you happen to zoom, they do tend to look a bit, blah. Well that's the back 2.0 MP camera. The front camera is a 0.3 MP, which is okay also. Like I said for the back camera, close up pictures look pretty decent, and zoomed up looks blah. I say the camera is the only downside to this phone, but I'm sure no one would buy a phone just for its camera.
Well now to let you know how I made the phone even more comfortable to me. I rooted it! I used Z4Root, which is the easiest root I have used. Once it finished rooting, I downloaded Titanium Backup(Root only App). With this app, I uninstalled the stock system apps that I didn't need and were useless to me, except for Mobile TV because I think it's pretty cool lol. Now I have more memory on the phone for more apps, and not only that, it runs a lot faster now.
So now to Pros and Cons:
-Comes fully Loaded
-The Price Tag!
So overall, this is a great phone for those who are new to Smart Phones and Android. Even those upgrading from a US made Android device, like me. Cough Cough G1. I highly recommend this phone to someone who is on a budget and wants Android, Dual SIM, Quality, or all of the above, or even someone that wants a decent frickin phone! GET THIS!
Pros: 2 sim cards works just fine and simultaneously, Android 2,2 is a great softwear.
Against: Poor battery life (2-3hs when fully functioning), certain menus in Chinese (may be a problem if you are not familiar with android), take ages to turn on, there is no screen calibration tool and it will often misinterpret dialing, low definition camera (won't read barcodes, for example), won't run skype, comes with headset of bad quality and performance. Also, GPS simply do not work without data transmission assistance.