Orange is still completing its range of low-cost smartphones after the success of predecessors such as Daytona, Yumo or Hiro with the new Orange Reyo, a terminal manufactured by ZTE that until now was known by the Blade Q Maxi model.
A new addition to bring best benefits to suit all budgets low Orange brand, strategy that has also followed Vodafone against the alternatives in Movistar and Telstra that opt for the original brand.
Orange Reyo, technical specifications
The Orange Reyo arrives with Android 4.2 and a 5 ” TFT screen with a resolution of 480 × 854 pixels, which gives a density of pixel per inch of 196. Despite the five-inch, have managed to keep the size of the very compact phone: 143 × 72 × 9.1 mm and 166 grams weight.
His heart is composed by a Mediatek MT6572 processor of dual-core 1.3 GHz Cortex-A7 and Mali-400 GPU, accompanied by 1 GB of RAM. In terms of internal memory, includes 4 GB with possibility of extending through the slot for up to 32 GB microSD memory card.
With one 2,000 mAh battery, Orange Reyo boasts a 5 megapixel camera with LED flash most other VGA front camera for video calls.
It is a device with connectivity 3 G + with Up to 21 Mbps HSDPA Download and HSUPA with 5.6 Mbps of rise in addition to the usual WiFi, GPS and bluetooth 4.0. Don’t expect NFC although if they have included FM radio that will possibly be more useful for those interested in this range of terminals.
Price and availability
Available in white or black with payment of 4 euros (plus VAT) for 24 months in which it is also necessary to maintain the same rate or a higher. Then we leave you with all the details of what you’ll end up paying really taking into account the VAT both in down payment and the monthly installments including the terminal and the service.