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- Quad Band GSM
- Dual SIM/Dual Standby
- Analog TV
- QWERTY keypad
- microSD capable
- Bluetooth 2.0 support
- 2MP camera
- Wireless FM radio receiver
It should not be very far removed from its predecessor, the Q7, reviewed on another site here. Same China Phone interface and function set. The price tag (for that day only) and the promise of after sales support should distinguish it from other no-brand China Phones.
If you are in the market for a QWERTY phone that is packed with features and beats the Nokia C3 in terms of price, you can't go wrong with the Q7i.
Now, if I can find someone who'll buy two dual sim phones for P3,000, I might consider getting one for myself as well. Just to test its features. Hehe.