A company called Fly recently introduced a brand new dual SIM lower end smartphone with a 1 GHz CPU. This model is the Fly IQ 255 Pride, that also packs a GPS module and support for WiFi and 3G. The device relies on Android 2.3.6 and it will be available at the end of the current month, priced at $200.


The handset measures 11.6 mm in thickness, weighs 168 grams and uses a 3.95 inch HVGA resolution display. At the back there’s a 3 megapixel camera, while the specs list of the 255 Fly IQ Pride includes FM Radio, 512MB of ROM and RAM, a microSD card slot and Bluetooth 2.1. Micro USB and a 3.5mm audio jack are obviously here, as well as the Li-Ion 1600 mAh battery.

The phone is only available in Russia for now and it comes with the classic 4 capacitive buttons below the display, typical for Android Gingerbread. Don’t expect Ice Cream Sandwich on this device, like… ever.

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