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Topic # 132176 11-Oct-2013 10:19
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Just got a new chinese phone. Had it just over a week.
It is a zte v967s from

5" screen
1.2 ghz quad core
android 4.2.2 with custom rom
1 gb ram, 4gb rom
960 * 540 resolution
fm radio
dual sim
5mp back, 0.3 mp front camera
2500 mAh battery
900/2100 MHz 3g

ok so not as good as a samsung galaxy but
i am finding it very fast and after 2 full days battery is on 40%
and it is only US $138

If anybody is after a good cheap phone then this one is great.

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  Reply # 913523 11-Oct-2013 10:42
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What bands to the Dual SIMs run on, GSM only??



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  Reply # 913548 11-Oct-2013 11:49
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Out of the box
3G Network:
2G Network:
one sim GSM only the other GSM or WCDMA
With the custom rom I have it is suppose to have 3g on both.
I have only tried it with 2 degrees and get better reception than my old phone.


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  Reply # 913557 11-Oct-2013 11:58
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Believe you need HSDPA 850/2100 for Telecom 3G, which would suggest this phone is no good for Telecom/Skinny.

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  Reply # 913565 11-Oct-2013 12:15
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I thought 2100 works in main centres but haven't got that to work. Haven't been into the center of Christchurch yet.
2 degrees works very well.

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