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Amoi N808

Amoi N808

Amoi N808 Features and Specifications

CPU MT6575 ARMv7 Cortex-A9 40nm 1.0GHz
GPU: PowerVR SGX531 Ultra
OS Android 2.3 Gingerbread (will be upgraded to Android 4.0 ICS)
Language: English, French, Spanish, German, Italian, Arabic, Russian, Turkish, Portuguese, Bahasa Indonesia, Bahasa Melayu, Thai, Vietnamese, Chinese, others
Memory RAM : 512 MB / ROM : 4 GB
MAX support 32GB Micro SD Memory Card (TF-Card)
Size 128 x 69 x 12.5 mm
Weight 174 g with battery
Screen 4.3″ WVGA, 480 x 800, Capacitive Multi-Touch Screen
Network Dual SIM Dual Standby, supports W+G or G+G
2G:GSM/GPRS/EDGE: 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
3G:WCDMA/HSPA/HSPA+: 900/2100 MHz
Supports GSM service all over the world
Color Black
GPS Built In GPS & A-GPS
Connection Bluetooth with EDR & A2DP
Wi-Fi : IEEE 802.11 b/g/n, supports Wi-Fi hotspot
micro USB 2.0
Camera Dual Camera
Back 5.0 mega pixel / Auto Focus
Front 0.3 mega pixel, supports Skype Video Calls
Supports recording of 3GP 720P (1280×720) with sound, Max 30 mins.
Sensor Gravity Sensor, Proximity Sensor, Light Sensor
Radio FM
Video AVI, MP4, FLV, 3GP, MOV, ASF, MPEG, RMVB, H.263, H.264, etc.
Audio MP3 , AAC , WAV , etc. / 3.5 mm Audio Jack
Special functions Gravity Sensor, Proximity Sensor, Light Sensor, FM Radio, Wifi, GPS, Multi-touch Capacitive Screen, Dual SIM, Schedule Power On/Off
Battery and Accessories – Li-ion Batteries x 2 total; 2530 mAh (Main battery 1630 mAh, Secondary battery 900 mAh) Two batteries can be used at the same time.
– Earphone / 3.5 mm Audio Jack
– USB Cable
– Charger
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Amoi N808 Game Demo

Amoi N808 View

Amoi N808

Amoi N808 Side

Amoi N808 Back

Amoi N808 Back Uncovered

Amoi N808 Batteries

Amoi N808 SIM and MicroSD Card Slot

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    • John on June 6, 2012 at 1:22 pm
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    Nice phone but will it get an ICS upgrade?

    Thank you!

    1. It is up to its manufacturer whether to provide an upgrade to ICS or not. Other phones like Zopo ZP100 have been given ICS upgrades from their makers. So it is possible that Amoi N808 will also get one. But that remains uncertain.

    • John on June 7, 2012 at 1:57 pm
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    The dual batteries are interesting however implementation is important.

    If the batteries are simply wired in parallel, the implementation is poor (some might argue dangerous!) if one expects to charge and discharge batteries at different times / rates. Such is the case when removing one battery to charge while the other powers the device. Parallel implementation is fine for increasing total battery capacity that is always charged and discharged together:o)

    No ICS will keep me from buying. Simple parallel battery implementation is not a problem, just use wisely. No other phone of its size has such large total battery capacity.

    Conclusion, I will cross my fingers for an ICS announcement.

    Thanks for the website!

    1. Wow, you really know a lot about batteries! So basically you are saying that while the phone has the advantage of a large total battery capacity, if the batteries are discharged at different times, they will be damaged? It makes sense. I really never thought about it. Thanks for the info!

      I agree. ICS is the best Android version yet. Let’s hope this phone gets an ICS update.

        • John on June 8, 2012 at 1:45 pm
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        The battery implementation is unknown…..

        IF the batteries are simply hard wired in parallel, the worst case is to have the large capacity battery (1630 mAh) in the phone and fully discharged. Then insert the smaller capacity battery (900mAh) that is fully charged. The smaller battery will essentially be short circuited. It will get extremely warm at the very least.

        The simplest engineered dual battery implementation is a switch allowing only one of the two batteries to power the phone. Above that, there are power management chips. Amoi could very well have an engineered solution.

        Take note that Amoi has both an English and a Chinese language website (www.amoi.com andwww.amoi.com.cn). Bravo, bravo!

        An ICS upgrade is mentioned on the Amoi’s English website but there are no instructions or download links.

        Take note that the phone does not have Java. Just how negative no Java is I do not know. Any help out there?

    2. I think the engineers at Amoi may have figured it out already. They may have designed a mechanism specifically for the battery implementation. Otherwise, it would mean they have poor research and development.

      I always thought Java and Android go hand-in-hand. Android was developed from the Java platform. I don’t know what its impact would be not having Java support or if it’s really possible to have no Java support when Android is based from Java. I guess it won’t be a big issue since Android has a lot of applications in the market.

        • john on June 8, 2012 at 4:24 pm
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        We just don’t know about the battery implementation. On the other side an inexpensive / poor design could negate battery capacity.

        Android does not have a JRE (Java runtime environment). Google purposely did not develop Android with Java because Java was owned by Sun (now Oracle). Androids Dalvic VM has certain lower level Java compatibilities for which Oracle (Java) is busy suing Google (Android). Actually, it is current news that Oracle lost their law suit in a big way (they were ordered to pay Googles legal expenses!).

        Anyway, I am thinking that Java is somehow added to smartphones for browsing on javascripted websites. If so is this a show stopper? Are there downloadable alternatives (applications), I don’t know?

        1. Yeah I heard about their lawsuit. It’s unfortunate it reached to that point. The real losers here would be the consumers. As for java substitutes, I don’t really know if there are any. I’m sure Google is working on it.

            • John on June 9, 2012 at 2:35 pm

            I went ahead and ordered an N808 Spearhead. I”ll hope that an ICS update indeed does come out. Not only will this be my first Android phone, this will be my first Chinese Android phone.

            As for these Chinese phone sales sites advertising Java, I think there is no point in this other tossing out a buzz word and a pasting a logo on their site. The browser will be the app that will have the capability to translate javascript websites.

            Concerning Java/JRE comparability, Google has done something. They have provided an open toolset so that one can take java source code and target a Davlik VM. While this is not JRE execution compatibility this is the official Java source code execution route on Andoid.

            An interesting question came to mind about Oracle, do they have iPhone and Android apps? The answer is YES! Next question is does Google use Oracle products (I don’t know but perhaps not and if so not much:o))? Hahahaha.

            Once again, thanks for the website.

          1. Congrats on your purchase! I personally believe Amoi N808 is one of the better smartphones in the Chinese market. I hope you would be satisfied with it.

            Thank you for visiting my website and taking time share some information. I have learned a lot from you.

    • alber on January 5, 2013 at 5:46 pm
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    hello, finally. Is there an upgrade to ICS ….? I have not found them anywhere …
    I’m interested in the phone but do not buy until being assured upgrade to ICS

    Thanks for your work Kris, good site.

    1. Hi! I’m not sure if it already has an ICS update. You can visit Amoi’s website amoi.com.cn for more information. But you need to translate it with Google.

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