1. Szand

    Got the Sony Experia Tipo Dual. So far it’s a great phone for me. The dual sim has a toggle switch that allows you to choose a primary sim and a secondary sim. The primary allows you to make calls and send messages like a normal phone and connects to 3g, while the secondary will be placed on active standby to accept calls, messages and data only. You can switch at any time which sim to be primary. If you want both sims to be on primary status, this is not the phone for you. I am not a heavy user so this phone makes it very suitable to my needs. The UI is quite responsive and the display is pretty sharp which is also because the viewing screen is only 3.2 inches. The chipset is Qualcomm MSM7225AA  Snapdragon running 800 MHz. Android OS is Ice Cream Sandwich v4.0.4 allowing for a smooth execution of commands to the touch. This is definitely better than the Samsung y duos or the LG Optimus L3 duos which runs on Gingerbread. Battery is decent at 1500 mAh.

  2. nealnayan

    This is nealnayan and i am form bangladesh. I was looking for some of the informational in this post. I think i am lucky to find your article. I really wish that i could meet you. Come to my country i will show everything about our country and will discuss something about your subject.

    My address is
    Khulna, Bangladesh.My facebook id- http://facebook.com/dimond.nayan . Skype id- dimondnayan .I have a blog related to the program. Please come and give me your expert opinion.
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