With a view to make a comfortable and handy dual SIM mobile, Akai Mobiles have come up with a new model named as Akai 3312. This bar-shaped dual SIM, dual standby phone is a small and useful piece of device. Offered in Black with Red colour combination, the mobile phone looks cool and it flaunts a 2.0” TFT display that shows images in 176X220 pixels resolution. It easily displays 262K colours and thus stuff on its screen looks bright and clear. Its length, width and height are 110mm, 46mm and 11mm respectively and it is quite lightweight at a weight of 90 grams. The organizer features of the handset are quite usual and it just features a torch light, voice memo, clock, alarm, torch calendar and hands free.
The Akai 3312 has decent music-based specifications which reveal the presence of an admirable music player in the phone that can play music in formats such as MP3 and AMR. There is a FM radio also to let you hear music in formats such as MP3 and AMR. The speakerphone and headset heightens the music quality heard on the handset.
There is a 1.3Mega Pixels digital camera with 2X digital zoom in Akai 3312 that can click and show the results in 1280X1024 pixels resolution. Users can also make videos with this handset. The picture quality does not remain so under dark or dim light conditions because of absence of a Flash in the phone. Yet, the dual SIM has the capability to capture and store the most memorable moments of its user’s life for a long time.
The built-in memory of Akai 3312 is quite sufficient to store enough phonebook contacts and text messages. Users of this dual SIM handset can easily maintain 500 contacts in their phone’s phonebook and also store up to 200 SMS. A microSD/T-Flash card can be suitably placed inside the handset and that expands its memory to up to 8GB capacity. Call records could also be easily managed and maintained in the memory of Akai 3312.
The large rechargeable memory of Akai 3312 is a Li-ion type and is rated at 1000 mAh. It complements all the features and functionality of the phone very well and delivers magnificent power to the phone. One may easily talk for as long as 4 hours on this phone and keep it on standby for over 16 days. This is indeed a luxury to be able to talk so much on a phone without resorting to a battery recharge.
Akai 3312 has speakerphones and music may be listened on it. The sound recording can also be done on this dual SIM phone which also has in store MP3 and polyphonic ringtones for use.
The Akai 3312 is GPRS/WAP enabled handset and thus gives its users excellent facility of surfing Net over it and let users download data, send MMS across to their friends and also receive them. The phone facilitates connectivity for local data transfer via PC synchronization, Bluetooth 2.1 with A2DP and USB 2.0. While it is best to use Bluetooth for wireless communication, USB cable that comes for free with the retail package may be used for transfer of data to Pc or laptop.
The Akai 3312 is supportive for SMS and MMS only but the in-built T9 dictionary makes typing text messages easy on the phone which is certainly an advantage.
The WAP 2.0 browser of Akai 3312 let user’s browser freely on this dual SIM phone without a problem.
The Akai 3312 supports 2G network which is in the configuration of GSM in dual band width of 900 / 1800 MHz frequency.
There are quite some interesting games on-board of Akai 3312 for users to play and rejoice in free time.
GPS is not supported on dual SIM handset, the Akai 3312.
The Akai 3312 is a simple and elegant dual SIM handset which looks simple and performs well. Its good features are presence of Bluetooth, WAP browser, GPRS, camera, FM radio and sound plus video recording. It is one worthy phone at a reasonable price.
Akai 3312 has some most admirable features for attracting the budget-conscious buyers. First, is its expandable memory and long lasting battery life. Good organizer features and good calling and messaging capabilities do attract them. For their refreshment, there is FM radio, camera and music player. One may also freely use Internet and browse on the phone. The price of the phone is also very affordable.
Akai 3312 specs under connectivity, browsing and multimedia categories fail to meet the requirements of hi-class executives and the young users to a large extent. Though these are decent enough for middle-end and low-end buyers who just look for good calling qualities, some might long for more on this handset.
The price of this cool dual SIM phone - Akai 3312 - is reasonable though not exactly known. It was announced recently in March 2011 and is GPRS/WAP enabled. It facilitates unique requirements of some business personnel with its dual SIM capability. It features goodies in the form of an integrated FM radio, music player, camera, video recorder-player, sound recorder and useful organizer features.