itel it6910

There are all sorts of phones showing up these days. We have the Ntel Nova N1, which is a 4G LTE smartphone that looks like a feature phone. And now, we have the itel it6910, which looks every bit like a smartphone but is really a feature phone.

What itel has done here is made a 4-inch touchscreen feature phone with a homescreen that looks like Android. Look at that homescreen again. Anyone would be forgiven for supposing that this was an Android phone. But it isn’t one.

This is a nice idea though: a 2G feature phone with a 4-inch screen – away with those alphanumeric buttons – Bluetooth connectivity, a basic 3 megapixel main camera, 1.3 megapixel selfie camera, Wireless FM radio, and a 1900 mAh battery in a nice package. Being an itel phone, it has a dual-SIM slot too.

The internal memory is a paltry 8MB, so you will need a memory card (up to 16GB) to boost that.

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Using The itel it6910

What is the user interface like? We are dying to find out. All other things being equal, I should be able to get my hands on a unit within a week and share my findings with you. I would like to know what the experience using the itel 6910 is like.

Being a feature phone, though, there is every indication that the 1900 mAh battery will hold up well, so you don’t have to run around for a charger every few hours. Still, we shall see.

As for internet connectivity, all you get here is GPRS and EDGE. There is no mention of Wi-Fi in the specs sheet, so we can safely assume that it isn’t available.

What Of Apps Like WhatsApp, Facebook and YouTube?

Being a Java feature phone, there is not much to expect in terms of apps. The phone supports Facebook, but unfortunately not WhatsApp, so if you are hoping to use WhatsApp on this, you will be disappointed.

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Where To Buy iTel it6910

Where can you buy iTel It6910 and how much does it cost? You will find it available for purchase on sites like Jumia, Jiji, and other retail sites across Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya, and Uganda. In Nigeria, it costs NGN7,300, KSh 2,790 in Kenya, and UGX 100,000 in Uganda.

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