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Otium 2014 Foldable Flip Super Slim Thin MTK6572 1.2GHz Dual Core phone 3.0 ” IPS WVGA 800 x 480 pixels Android 4.2.2 512MB RAM+4G ROM 2MP Camera Dual SIM unlocked Flip Smartphone (Golden)


System OS Android OS 4.2

CPU MTK6572 1.2GHz Dual Core

GPU Mali-400MP

Network & Connectivity SIM Card Dual SIM cards, Dual standby (Ordinary SIM, Micro SIM)

Frquency Band 2G: GSM 850/900/1800/1900 MHz ”

WiFi 802.11b/g/n

Bluetooth Bluetooth 3.0

Storage RAM 512M

ROM 4G

External memory Support TF card up to 32GB

Display Screen Size Dual-screen 3.0 inch

Screen Type IPS, Capacitive touch screen

Screen Resolution 800 x 480 pixels (WVGA)

Camera Camera Type Dual cameras with flashlight

Front Camera 0.3 M

Back Camera 2.0 M

Video Recording Support

General Languages English, Indonesian, German, Spanish, French, Italian, Dutch, Portuguese, Vietnamese, Turkish, Russian, Hebrew, Arabic, Afrikaans, Thai, Simplified/Traditional Chinese

Battery Lithium Ion Battery 1300 mAh

Talk Time 100 minutes

Working Time 70 Hours

Standby Time 90 Hours

SMS Support

Earphone MicroUSB interface

USB Port Micro USB 5pin interface

Colour Classic Gold / Silver

Size 114*54*15.9 (mm)

Product Weight 131.2g

Software Browser, E-mail, Video player, Flashlight, Voice search, Flash Player, Gmail, Google search, Google Maps, Play shop

Package Battery 1 pcs

Charger 1 pcs

USB Cable 1 pcs

Earphone 1 pcs

User Manual 1 pcs

$ 129.99


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  1. Johnny Saigon® says:
    11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    A Very Decent Samsung W2014 Knock-Off!, November 23, 2014
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    Johnny Saigon® (Bangkok/Sydney/Saigon/LA/Waikiki) –
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    This review is from: Otium 2014 Foldable Flip Super Slim Thin MTK6572 1.2GHz Dual Core phone 3.0 ” IPS WVGA 800 x 480 pixels Android 4.2.2 512MB RAM+4G ROM 2MP Camera Dual SIM unlocked Flip Smartphone (Golden) (Wireless Phone Accessory)
    The very first thing you have to realize and accept, is that you’re buying a Chinese knock-off phone of the Samsung W2014, a $1,600 phone, for less than $150 – less than 10% of the real phone’s price. So if you accept that, then you can accept this phone’s shortcomings, and in the end be quite happy with a faux, filthy-rich person’s phone.

    First off, you have to hand it to the Chinese in terms of manufacturing knock-off phones. They are quite simply the best at fooling you. Besides the “Otium” at the top of the front face – instead of “Samsung” – you would be hard press to realize it’s a knock-off. I would go as far to say that if they had put “Samsung” on there, you would have never figured out the difference.

    The awesome thing about this phone is it has dual, identical 3-inch screens – one on the front, and one on the flip inner side. They share the same 480 x 800 resolution as their Samsung counterpart, but instead of Samsung’s very own and vastly superior SAMOLED screen technology, you get decent, but dull, LCD screens. The color depth is also limited to 260K colors, instead of 16.7 million colors and 3.7″ screens on the Samsung W2014.

    And then there is the touch input – it is not sensitive – you have to put pressure on your presses and swipes, almost like resistive screens – remember those?? I would not be surprise if they are indeed resistive screens.

    The software is what always reveals the nature of these knock-off phones – they are LAGGY. It takes half a second to a whole second for the screen to register your input and gets you to where you want to go. The one positive though, is that it does use Android(or an Android knock-off??), so you will be familiar with how to operate them if you’ve had an Android phone before.

    The Chinese brand MediaTek MTK6572 processor, which is a version of the Cortex A7 dual core processor, is good for feature phones and very low-end smart phones, but for a knock-off of a world-class luxury phone, it feels like a disappointment.
    Having 512MB of RAM doesn’t help either – you can forget about running processor-intensive apps or playing graphics-intensive games.

    Finally, another big negative is the phone loud-speaker – it is just too soft. The ringtone comes out too soft, and when you use the loudspeaker to talk, it is too soft as well. I had to fold the phone down and switch to the back side where the speaker is facing to be able to use the loudspeaker adequately enough.

    Here are some of the things I quite like:
    1) Dual SIM capability for when you travel internationally.
    2) Unlocked for international travel
    3) Very stylish and luxurious looks – oozes “Rich Old Asian Lady” vibe 🙂
    4) Flip-style phone means big physical phone number buttons
    5) It is half-flip phone, half-smartphone, so you can use your fingers to navigate some things much quicker than just with the physical buttons.
    6) You can add a Micro-SD card to store apps and media, which is not always a given with flip phones since they are more feature-phone DNA than a smartphone.
    7) Since it is Android-based you can download apps
    8) Otium is actually a pretty high-end knock-off company, creating unique original phones like the U5. Google “Otium phones” and you might be pleasantly surprised.

    Overall, though, because it is less than $150, and it mimics the look of the Samsung W2014 so well, and for less than 10% of the price, I would actually recommend it, if that is your purpose, to make people think you own a Samsung W2014. Otherwise, if you didn’t know that this is a knock-off of the Samsung, and just want a decent flip phone, it still is not a bad deal at its price, especially now with flip phones being so hard to find.

    The other alternatives:
    1) If you want a cheap but decent flip phone, try the $150 LG dLite LG GD570 dLite Lollipop Unlocked GSM QuadBand Cell Phone with 2 MP Camera, Bluetooth, and MP3 Player–No Warranty (Sky Blue). You can find it cheaper on eBay, maybe even for $100.
    2) Get the Samsung w2014 for $1600. Amazon doesn’t sell it, you’ll have to search on eBay.
    3) “Settle” for the cheaper version from Samsung, the $750 Samsung Golden i9235 Samsung Galaxy Golden i9235 GSM Dual Touch Dual Screen Factory Unlocked International version GSM Phone

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  2. 4.0 out of 5 stars
    like the other review says, December 12, 2014
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    This review is from: Otium 2014 Foldable Flip Super Slim Thin MTK6572 1.2GHz Dual Core phone 3.0 ” IPS WVGA 800 x 480 pixels Android 4.2.2 512MB RAM+4G ROM 2MP Camera Dual SIM unlocked Flip Smartphone (Golden) (Wireless Phone Accessory)
    Great phone for what it is… a replica. I purchased the phone because I like ease and simplicity while I travel and this fits the bill! I truly believe flip phones are making a gradual comeback and this otium phone is definitely stylish and luxurious as is the w2014

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