Olive L-10

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OS Proprietary
Memory Card microSD, up to 4 GB
Display Size 2.0 inch
Rear Camera 0.3 MP
Front Camera
Battery Standard Li-ion
Processor -
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General Information
Announced August, 2009
Form Factor Bar
Box Content Handset, Battery, Charger and User Manual
Shades Black
OS Proprietary
Languages English
Hardware
Processor -
Display
Display Colours 262K
Touchscreen
Display Resolution (H) 176 pixels
Display Resolution (V) 220 pixels
Display Size 2.0 inch
SenseUI
Multi-Touch
Handwriting Recognition
Scratch Resistant
Display Type TFT
Camera
Rear Camera 0.3 MP
Camera Resolution 640x480 pixels
Video Resolution -
Front Camera
GeoTagging
Face Detection
Smile Detection
Auto Focus
Digital Zoom
Primary Camera 0.3MP, 640x480 pixels, Digital Zoom
Memory
Call Log
Memory Card microSD, up to 4 GB
Phonebook Capacity 500 entries
Dimensions & Weight
Height 107.6 mm
Width 44 mm
Thickness 13 mm
Weight 67.9 gms
Battery
Maximum Standby Time 0.00 hours
Maximum Talktime Up to 4 hours
Battery Standard Li-ion
Internet & Connectivity
Infrared
HSCSD
Bluetooth with A2DP
WAP
USB
Handsfree
GPS
A-GPS
Networks 2G, Dual SIM, Dual StandBy
GPRS
Data Speed NA
EDGE -
2G Network GSM / CDMA 800 / 1900 MHz
3G Network -
Wi-Fi -
Basic Features
Java
Calendar
Voice Dialing
Voice Memo
Sync
SyncML
Clock
Alarm Clock
Organiser
In-built Torch
Office Applications
Trackball
Other Features Scheduler, To-Do list
Entertainment
Radio
Music Player
Video Player
Voice Recording
Image Viewer
Video Recording
3.5mm Jack/Port
Games
Ringtones
Vibration
Ringtones MP3, Polyphonic
Messaging
T9 Dictionary
QWERTY Keypad
Messaging SMS, MMS
Sensors
Accelerometer Sensor

Olive L-10 Review

23 Aug, 14 10:38 AM

Overview

A Basic Featured Phone For Normal Use
By Sukhleen

Olive Telecom was formed in the year 2000 and is headquartered in Gurgaon, India. It deals with the manufacturing of mobiles, laptops, tablets, netbooks, mobile computing, wireless broadband and convergence devices. Olive L-10 is its basic featured mobile that was announced in the year 2009 and is still available in the market.

Design and Display

Olive L-10 has a compact and lightweight body designed in a bar format. Its front comprises of a small screen, a five way navigation key and an alphanumeric keypad in 4x3 configuration. Its dimension figures include the height of 107.6 mm, width of 44 mm and thickness of 13 mm along with a weight of 68 grams. It has a 2 inches TFT screen with a resolution of 176x220 pixels.

Telephony and Messaging

It is a dual SIM handset with the dual stand-by support that means you can stay active on two connections at the same time. It works on Dual band GSM / CDMA 800 / 1900 MHz frequencies. It has a limited internal storage which is capable of storing 500 entries in phonebook memory. But this can be expanded up to 4 GB by using a microSD card. SMS and MMS facilities have been availed for the messaging.

Camera

This little handset comes assembled with a VGA rear camera along with the Zoom ability. Videos can also be recorded with the camera.

Entertainment

Olive L-10 comes installed with a music player that lets you listen to your favorite music track anytime. Or one can also switch to FM radio for listening pleasure. The embedded games keep the gamers engaged in their leisure hours. The phone also supports polyphonic and mp3 ringtones.

Connectivity and Battery

To enable connectivity, it supports GPRS, Bluetooth with A2DP, Infrared and USB. It packs a standard battery that ensures max talktime of up to 4 hours.

Price

The phone is available at a price of Rs 2,399 approximately.

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