Spending $200 on a dual SIM QWERTY phone is way too much, especially if the device doesn’t even feature 3G or a GPS chipset. This time we’re talking about the LC310, a new member of the C3XX family, one that looks just like the C300 model, only with two SIM slots.


Its features are listed below and they’re quite disappointing for the $200 price tag the device comes with. You can get a much better Huawei IDEOS for it, a handset that also supports 3G connectivity and includes a GPS chipset. Here’s what the C300 is all about:

  • Display: 2.4 inch, 320 x 240 pixels
  • Connectivity: Bluetooth 2.0, triband GSM/EDGE (900/1800/1900 MHz), WiFi b/g
  • Camera: 2MP

We should also mention that New Zealand will host the debut of the device, but you can always consider getting a Samsung [email protected] unit, if you’re in the region.

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