White label terminals are one of the biggest attractions for operators when it comes to placing among its clients input range smartphones, and it’s that usual prices already set for this type of device, joins that the operator can play with their own margins and profit directly from the sale of smartphones.
Orange is more caretaker of his own range of terminals, to which it adds now the new Orange Reyo, a smartphone manufactured by ZTE, twin brother of Blade Q Maxi of the Chinese firm, and seeking to slightly raise the expectations of low cost Orange terminals.
Orange Reyo slightly raises the expectations of the brand of Orange, with 5 inch screen and Android 4.2.
We are facing a large screen format terminal of made 5-inch TFT technology and resolution 854 x 480 pixels. Its density of pixels stays in the 196 DPI, acceptable for an affordable device that, although its screen diagonal, keeps a size and weight well compensated: 143 × 72 × 9, 1 mm and 166 grams.
Taking care of the part of process have a chipset from MediaTek origin, in particular the MT6572 with dual-core 1.3 GHz and ARM Mali-400 GPU. The RAM is 1 GB and 4 GB internal storage, which is expandable with microSD cards, becomes.
Main camera is 5 megapixel camera with LED flash, and on the front will find a fair VGA camera for video conferencing and little else. Connectivity comes to HSPA +, with the usual WiFI, Bluetooth 4.0 and aGPS, plus FM radio, although it falls out of the NFC list.
The Reyo Orange will be animated by 4.2 Android Jelly Bean, He will give life with 2,000 mAh capacity battery.
Orange Reyo, availability and prices
The terminal is now available in Spain in the catalogue of the French operator, and comes in white or black colors to a price of 4 euros plus VAT for 24 months maintaining the chosen rate or a higher. You can consult all the details on rates and prices on Engadget Mobile.