Allview is a company you must have heard about, if you’re into affordable handsets with decent specs. The company took part in Mobile World Congress 2010, where it showcased the F1 X-perience dual SIM phone, packing the preinstalled Bolt browser, thanks to a partnership with Bitsftream Inc (owner of Bolt).


Allview F1 X-perience comes with an elegant design, WiFi, analog TV (plus recording), a customizable menu, 3D games, voice effects, voice messaging and much more. The usual social networking features are also on board, plus media streaming, YouTube, Weather, Google Search, Calendar and Picasa.

As far as the other features are concerned, the device comes with a 3 inch touchscreen display, tactile feedback, widgets and the ability to drag and drop those.


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