Small and light in the hand, dual-SIM, and a removable battery, here is what else you should know about the itel it1409 phone:
Dimensions: 125 x64.5 x 10.8mm
Mobile connectivity: 3G
Dual SIM: you can put 2 standard size SIM cards in the slots above the battery:
RAM: 512MB (IKR!!! But then again, look at the price…)
Memory: 8GB, but only had 4.27GB available for my own stuff and apps. You might want to buy an SD card – up to 32GB.
Operating system: Android 5.1 (Lollipop), with a 1.2 GHz quadcore processor.
Camera: 2MP front camera which I took a selfie with:
and a 0.3MP rear camera that I took a picture of my feet with. It comes with a flash:
If you’re all about high quality pictures, this is not the phone for you.
Battery: 1500mAh removable lithium ion battery. Gave me about 6 hours of battery use with light WiFi usage to get online.
Price: about K500, though it may vary slightly from one retailer to the next.
Conclusion: I’d recommend the itel it1409 for light to medium phone users, who don’t spend their entire day online connected to mobile data or WiFi. Defintely a low-budget phone that atleast gives you access to the internet. May compete well with other brands like BlackBerry and Huawei which one can find within the same price range.
If you’re looking for a bigger device from itel, check out a review of their it1556 phablet here.