Videocon V7500

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The new Videocon V7500 or what its better known as the Zeus Evolove is one of the first android phones by Videocon. This Videocon mobile phone operates using the Android 1.6 Operating System which can be upgraded to Android 2.1 clair. The phone has a 3.2 inch Multi-touch Capacitive TFT screen with a resolution of 480 320 pixels screen with the ability to display up to 262K Colors. The dimension of the phone are 114.9 mm x 56.8 mm x 12.6 mm and it comes with 2 1230 mAH battery each of which provide Up to 7 hrs of Talk Time and Up to 17 days Standby Time. They have very kindly provided one spare battery for extra long usage. the overall weight of the phone is 114 gms. It has a 5 mega-pixel auto-focus Camera with a dedicated Camera key and LED Flash.

The Video Recording formats supported are: H.263 and MP4 at a frame rate of 24 frames per second. The new Videocon V7500 comes integrated with a 3.5 mm Headset Jack and has a built in Audio Recorder and Loud Speakers. The phone canH.263, H.264 AVC, MPEG-4 SP video formats and has a Memory capacity of Up to 32 GB expandable memory and comes with a 8 GB card in the box with a 512 MB internal memory.

The phone also has GPS with support for Geo-Tagging and Wi-Fi compatibility. The phone comes with a USB 2.0 and PC Suite in built into the handset. A few applications that come included in the phone include Gmail, Gtalk, YouTube, Facebook, Google Maps, Java Enabled, Android Marketplace, Document to Go, RSS reader, and Notepad. It also comes integrated with an Accelerometer, a Proximity Sensor, and a Digital Compass.

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This article was published on 2011/02/08