|Operating system||Windows Mobile 6.5.3|
|CPU clock speed||0.6 GHz|
|CPU model||Qualcomm Snapdragon S1 MSM7227|
|GPU model||Qualcomm Adreno 200|
|RAM memory||384 MB|
|Primary sensor resolution||5.0 Mpx|
|Highest video resolution||640 x 480 px|
|Colour of product|
|Dual sim support||no|
|Sim card size||Mini-SIM|
|Headphone connection||3.5 mm|
|Battery capacity||1200.0 mAh|
|Standby time||500.0 h|
|Talk time||6.4 h|
|Screen size||3.2 in|
|Number of colors||65K|
|Resolution||320 x 480 px|
|Dual screen support||no|
|Internal storage||368 MB|
|Memory card reader||yes|
|Maximum card storage||32GB|
|Types of memory card supported|
|Wireless network (Wi-Fi)||yes|
|Wireless networking standard|
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