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Akai WOW Features and Specifications

Akai WOW is a new Dual SIM Mobile Phone which is featured with 3.5 inches Touch WQVGA Screen and enabled with 3MP Camera. Other features like MP3 Player, MP4 Player and Bluetooth are also Included. Memory card slot, Mobile Tracker are available and it is available only in Black colour. For more read below.Akai WOW 225x300 Akai WOW Features and Specifications

Akai WOW Key Features:

* Dual SIM
* 116 x 61 x 12.5 mm and 95 gm
* 3.5 inches ( 240 x 400 pixel ) Touch WQVGA Screen
* G-Sensor
* 3MP Camera with video recording
* MP4 Player
* Java enabled
* Expandable memory up to 4GB
* FM Radio with FM Recording
* MP3 Player
* GPRS, USB, EDGE and Bluetooth
* 3D User Interface
* E-Book compatible
* Mobile Tracker
* 1070 mAH Li-Ion battery
* Stand By Time up to 380 hrs
* Talk Time up to 4 hrs


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