Brand name of the company that manufactures the device.
Model name of the device.
Information about the width, i.e. the horizontal side of the device when it is used in its standard orientation.
|55.5 mm (millimeters)|
5.55 cm (centimeters)
0.18 ft (feet)
2.19 in (inches)
Information about the height, i.e. the vertical side of the device when it is used in its standard orientation.
|124 mm (millimeters)|
12.4 cm (centimeters)
0.41 ft (feet)
4.88 in (inches)
Information about the thickness/depth of the device in different measurement units.
|10.4 mm (millimeters)|
1.04 cm (centimeters)
0.03 ft (feet)
0.41 in (inches)
Information about the weight of the device in different measurement units.
|99 g (grams)|
0.22 lbs (pounds)
3.52 oz (ounces)
Estimated volume of the device, calculated from the dimensions provided by the manufacturer. Applies for devices in the form of a rectangular parallelepiped.
|71.57 cm³ (cubic centimeters)|
4.35 in³ (cubic inches)
|SIM card type|
Information about the type and size (form factor) of the SIM card used in the device.
|Mini-SIM (2FF - second form factor, since late 1990s, 25.00 x 15.00 x 0.76 mm)|
|Number of SIM cards|
Information about the number of SIM cards, supported by the device.
GSM (Global System for Mobile Communications) was developed to replace the analog cellular network (1G), therefore it is referred to as a 2G mobile network. It has been improved with the addition of General Packet Radio Services (GPRS) and later via the Enhanced Data rates for GSM Evolution (EDGE) technology.
|GSM 900 MHz|
GSM 1800 MHz
|Mobile network technologies|
There are several network technologies that enhance the performance of mobile networks mainly by increased data bandwidth. Information about the communication technologies supported by the device and their respective uplink and downlink bandwidth.
|Operating system (OS)|
Information about the operating system used by the device as well as its version.
The various types of memory cards are characterized by different sizes and capacity. Information about the supported types of memory cards.
One of the main characteristics of the display is its type/technology, on which depends its performance.
In mobile devices display size is represented by the length of its diagonal measured in inches.
|2.8 in (inches)|
71.12 mm (millimeters)
7.11 cm (centimeters)
Approximate width of the display
|1.68 in (inches)|
42.67 mm (millimeters)
4.27 cm (centimeters)
Approximate height of the display
|2.24 in (inches)|
56.9 mm (millimeters)
5.69 cm (centimeters)
The ratio between the long and the short side of the display
The display resolution shows the number of pixels on the horizontal and vertical side of the screen. The higher the resolution is, the greater the detail of the displayed content.
|240 x 320 pixels|
Information about the number of pixels per centimeter (ppcm) or per inch (ppi) of the display. The higher the pixel density, the more detailed and clearer is the information displayed on the screen.
|143 ppi (pixels per inch)|
56 ppcm (pixels per centimeter)
The color depth of the display is also known as bit depth. It shows the number of bits used for the color components of one pixel. Information about the maximum number of colors the screen can display.
The estimated percentage of the screen area from the device's front area.
|35.39 % (percent)|
Information about the dimensions of the image sensor used in the device. Usually cameras with larger sensors and less pixel density tend to provide better image quality despite the lower resolution.
|2.83 x 2.27 mm (millimeters)|
0.14 in (inches)
Pixels are usually measured in microns (μm). Larger ones are capable of recording more light, hence, will offer better low light shooting and wider dynamic range compared to the smaller pixels. On the other hand, smaller pixels allow for increasing the resolution while preserving the same sensor size.
|1.769 µm (micrometers)|
0.001769 mm (millimeters)
Crop factor is the ratio of the dimensions of a full frame camera's sensor (36 x 24 mm, which equals the frame size of a 35 mm film) and the dimensions of the image sensor of the device. The number shown is the ratio between the diagonals of a full frame sensor (43.3 mm) and the sensor in question.
The aperture (f-stop number) indicates the size of the lens diaphragm opening, which controls the amount of light reaching the image sensor. The lower the f-stop number, the larger the diaphragm opening is, hence, the more light reaches the sensor. Usually, the f-stop number specified is the one that corresponds to the maximum possible diaphragm opening.
|Focal length and 35 mm equivalent|
Focal length is the distance in millimeters from the focal point of the image sensor to the optical center of the lens. The 35 mm equivalent indicates the focal length at which a full-frame camera will achieve an angle of view that's the same as the one of the camera of the mobile device. It is measured by multiplying the native focal length of the camera by the crop factor of the sensor. The crop factor itself can be determined as the ratio between the diagonal distances of the image sensor in the 35 mm camera and a given sensor.
|2.83 mm (millimeters)|
33.79 mm (millimeters) *(35 mm / full frame)
One of the main characteristics of the cameras is their image resolution. It states the number of pixels on the horizontal and vertical dimensions of the image, which can also be shown in megapixels that indicate the approximate number of pixels in millions.
|1600 x 1200 pixels|
1.92 MP (megapixels)
Information about the maximum resolution at which the rear camera can shoot videos.
|320 x 240 pixels|
0.08 MP (megapixels)
Information about the maximum number of frames per second (fps) supported by the rear camera while recording video at the maximum resolution. Some of the main standard frame rates for recording and playing video are 24 fps, 25 fps, 30 fps, 60 fps.
|15 fps (frames per second)|
Information about additional software and hardware features of the rear camera which improve its overall performance.
The loudspeaker is a device, which reproduces various sounds such as ring tones, alarms, music, voice calls, etc. Information about the type of speakers the device uses.
Information whether the device has an FM radio receiver or not.
The technology has several versions, which improve the connection speed, range, connectivity and discoverability of the devices. Information about the Bluetooth version of the device.
Bluetooth uses various profiles and protocols related to faster exchange of data, energy saving, better device discoverability, etc. Some of those supported by the device are listed here.
|OPP (Object Push Profile)|
PBAP/PAB (Phone Book Access Profile)
There are several USB connector types: the Standard one, the Mini and Micro connectors, On-The-Go connectors, etc. Type of the USB connector used by the device.
There are several versions of the Universal Serial Bus (USB) standard: USB 1.0 (1996), the USB 2.0 (2000), the USB 3.0 (2008), etc. With each following version the rate of data transfer is increased.
Information whether the device is equipped with a 3.5 mm audio jack.
Information about some of the features and standards supported by the browser of the device.
|Audio file formats/codecs|
List of some of the most common audio file formats and codecs supported standardly by the device.
|AAC (Advanced Audio Coding)|
MP3 (MPEG-2 Audio Layer II, .mp3)
WAV (Waveform Audio File Format, .wav, .wave)
|Video file formats/codecs|
List of some of the most common video file formats and codecs supported standardly by the device.
|3GPP (3rd Generation Partnership Project, .3gp)|
AVI (Audio Video Interleaved, .avi)
H.264 / MPEG-4 Part 10 / AVC video
The capacity of a battery shows the maximum charge, which it can store, measured in mili-Ampere hours.
|1200 mAh (milliampere-hours)|
The battery type is determined by its structure and more specifically, by the chemicals used in it. There are different battery types and some of the most commonly used in mobile devices are the lithium-ion (Li-Ion) and the lithium-ion polymer battery (Li-Polymer).
|2G talk time|
2G talk time is the time period a battery charge will last, if one is constantly talking on the phone in a 2G cellular network.
|21 h (hours)|
1260 min (minutes)
|2G stand-by time|
2G stand-by time is the longest time a battery charge will last, if the device is not used but is constantly connected to the 2G cellular network.
|864 h (hours)|
51840 min (minutes)
Information about some additional features of the device's battery.
|Battery model: BL-4UL|