- Android 4.3 (Jelly Bean) [Upgradeable to Android 4.4 KitKat in January 2014]
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor with 1.2 GHz quad-core CPU [MSM8226]
- RAM: 1GB
- 4.5-inch display with 720 x 1280 resolution (329 PPI) with scratch-resistant Gorilla Glass 3
- 8 GB / 16GB internal storage [Two years 50 GB storage free on Google Drive]
- Dimensions: 129.9 mm x 65.9 mm x 6.0-11.6 mm (curve)
- Weight: 143 grams
- Battery: Built-in rechargeable lithium-ion, 2070 mAh
- Rear camera: 5 MP at 4:3 and 3.8 MP at 16:9 (user-configurable)
- Front camera: 1.3 MP
- LED flash
- Video: 720p HD video (front and rear)
- Wi-Fi: 802.11 b/g/n
- Bluetooth® Technology: Version 4.0
- Location services: GPS, GLONASS
Please note: this handset comes with a USB cable but not an AC adapter.
could be locked to network you purchase on...
Except for iPhones (which locks to the first SIM inserted) and some Blackberries (some Blackberries are SIM free and some are not depending on model) and Network Branded phones, phones at Phones4U (like Carphone Warehouse) are NEVER locked. The phones are purchased directly from the manufacturer SIM free. They make their margin from the networks.
Just to add, when I tried to buy this from the Phones4U, instore, the guy tried all my various different network SIMs for the same handset. Also,except iPhones, no other phone locks to the first SIM inserted. iPhone does by using Apple's servers; no other manufacturer uses their servers to activate and keep lock status of the phone in the same way as Apple. Nokia sometimes does use an activation process by connecting to it's servers but it is nowhere near as sophisticated as Apple's process.