It doesn’t take a huge brand to launch a promising Android smartphone, like the BASE Lutea model shown below. Introduced by German operator E-Plus, this device is a rebranded ZTE handset running stock Android in an unknown version (might be Eclair). The device retails for 14 EUR per month with a 2 year contract, with data included.
If you’re curious about the specs, we have to say they’re pretty decent. Here’s what Lutea brings:
- Display: 3.5 inch, 800 x 480 pixels
- Dimensions: 114 x 56 x 11.9mm
- Weight: 130 grams
- Camera: 5MP
- Connectivity: GPS, WiFi, Bluetooth, EDGE
- Battery: 1250mAh, 6 hours of talk time
ZTE and Huawei are known for their quality Android phones, but most of them are rebranded by carriers of other companies. When will we see a successful device with its maker’s brand on ?