Duet D888 - phone to SIM-dvumya kartami by National Geographic

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Organization of National Geographic in collaboration with the U.S. mobile operator Cellular Abroad introduced mobile Duet D888. It is a monoblock with the digital keyboard and a QVGA-display, which works in networks GSM. The model supports both two SIM-cards. It is assumed that the owner of Duet D888 can take it with you to travel abroad. One of the SIM-card phone - from Cellular Abroad, the second may be from any operator of United States or other countries. Producer Duet D888 is the company Beyond E-Tech.

Features Duet D888:
  • Cellular GSM / GPRS 900/1800/1900 MHz
  • Supported languages - English, Chinese, Vietnamese, Spanish
  • 2.8-inch display with QVGA resolution and support for up to 65K colors
  • MP3/MP4-pleer
  • 2-MP camera
  • FM-radio
  • Micro SD-slot
  • Supports USB and Bluetooth interfaces
  • Messaging - SMS, MMS
  • Talk time - up to 4 hours
  • Standby time - up to 130 hours
  • Dimensions - mm 111h50h17
  • Weight - 112 grams


Beyond E-Tech Duet D888 said...

The Duet D888 is able to take 2 sim cards, design-wise, it very simple and looks outdated. Its fun to listen FM radio with built in antenna. The call quality is good. The battery life is quite satisfying. Overall the multimedia features are not very impressive and camera quality is also not good. Its better to buy two phones instead of this option.