Allview is a brand that’s famous for its cheap and reliable handsets, among which there’s the famous Tytan, available in Romania for months now. Sincron M3 is the follow-up to this device and we’re dealing with a dual SIM handset, that is now being reviewed by the folks of Mobilissimo.


The M3 is a glossy device, with a fluid design and a major improvement, as far as the menu is concerned, specially in comparison with its predecessor. Allview Sincron M3 features GPRS connectivity, lacks 3G, supports Bluetooth, FM radio and comes with a 1.3 megapixel camera.

The phone will be yours for 100 EUR and its Li-Ion battery will last for 180 minutes while chatting, or 72 hours in standby mode. You can find more info on Allview’s product page and a photo gallery of the device right here.


[via Mobilissimo]

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