Allview has just launched an affordable dual SIM phone, T1 Vision, an intelligent handset with an appealing design and pretty neat specs. The device packs a 3 inch wide display (touch sensitive), analog TV support and a motion sensor, used in games and menu visualisation.



The sensor will also be used to switch wallpapers and manage calls, so with a simple turn of the device (Turn to Mute), you’ll set it on “Silent” during important meetings. Among Allview T1 Vision’s features there’s a 3.2 megapixel camera, a microSD slot supporting cards of up to 16GB, plus GPRS, WAP, Bluetooth and USB connectivity.

This dual SIM phone uses a 1500 mAh Li-ion battery, that lasts 300 minutes in talk mode and 220 hours in standby. We also learn that the handset supports media streaming and that it features an app which allows users to take a virtual stroll through their favorite city.

[via Mobilissimo]

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