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ThL W7 Android 4.0 mobile phone 5.7 Inch IPS Screen MTK6577 dual core 3G GPS 3.2MP Front Camera

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ThL W7 Android 4.0 mobile phone 5.7 Inch IPS Screen MTK6577 dual core 3G GPS 3.2MP Front Camera

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ThL W7 Android Phone Basic Information:
Model:ThL W7
Band:2G: GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz
        3G: WCDMA 850/2100MHz
Sim Card:Dual SIM Card Dual Standby
Service Provide:Unlocked
Shell Material:Plastic

OS:Android 4.0.4
CPU:MTK6577, Cortex A9 dual core; 1.0GHz

Display Size:5.7 Inch
Type:IPS, capacitive touch screen
Resolution:1280 x 720 pixels
Screen Color:16000K Colors

Support Format
Ringtones Type:Polyphonic/MP3
Audio File Format:MP3/WAV/AMR/AWB
Video File Format:3GP/MPEG4
Image File Format:JPEG/BMP/GIF/PNG/GIF
E-book Format:TXT/CHM/DOC/HTML
FM Radio:Yes, earphone needed
Earphone Port:3.5mm
Card Extend:Support TF card up to 16GB extended

Data Transfer & Connectivity
Data transfer:USB/Bluetooth
Mobile internet:WAP/WIFI

Camera/Picture Resolution:Dual Cameras, 3.2MP front camera, 8.0MP back camera with
super LED flashlight and auto focus, up to 3264×2448 pixels resolution
Language:Bahasa Indonesia, Bahasa melayu, German, English, Spanish, French, Italian, Dutch, Portuguese, Vietnamese, Turkish, Russian, Arab, Thai, Chinese (simp)
GPS:Yes, built in, also support A-GPS
With EPO assistance to speed up postioning
WIFI:Yes, 802.11 b/g
Bluetooth:Bluetooth 2.0
Gravity Sensor:Yes
Multi-Touch:Yes, 5 point touch
Dimensions:158 x 83 x 10mm
Net Weight(Including battery):225g
Standby Time:About 2~3 days
Other Feature:3G, WIFI, Play Store, GPS, FM, Bluetooth, Ebook, Email, Messaging,
wallpapers, calendar, calculator, clock, camera, tethering & portable
hotspot, compass, torch, etc

Size:180 x 100 x 50mm

2 x 2300mAh Battery
1 x 3.5mm Earphone
1 x Data Cable
1 x Charger
1 x English User Manual
1 x Screen Protector

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Customer Reviews

I highly recommend it! Review by Bob
I wanted to upgrade my LG chocolate to a smartphone, and had thought I would get an IPHONE. My son, a mechanical engineer, had decided to get this phone rather than upgrade his Iphone to the latest Iphone.
I am so glad I took his advice. This phone does everything I could possible want- many apps are available. After a month of use, I haven't found any drawbacks. I am also saving a lot of money with the switch to THL. My bill is almost half what is was with THL AND I now have unlimited data and texting included which I did not before.
I highly recommend it! (Posted on 2/5/13)
I highly recommend this phone Review by Brant
This is my first smart phone. I simply could not justify the expense of phone and data before. I think this phone is great value for $300. It has almost every feature I want. I don't regret saving the money. Unless you've had a higher quality phone before, or you're comparing this side-by-side with something higher end, you won't feel limited or cheated by this phone. It's got a very crisp vibrant display, runs quick and smooth, and with the 8mp camera I've taken some decent photos. Sure beats my previous phone anyway. Battery easily lasts me from 6am to late in the night. I haven't had it actually die on me yet. I don't know how my usage might compare to others, but I use Facebook and email frequently throughout the day, have tried out the GPS navigation a couple of times, used Google Music, surfed a bit of news, and played Words With Friends. The display is the biggest battery drain I think, so I keep that down pretty low all the time. I don't do much talking, hence getting the plan with only 100 minutes, so I can't say how much battery is affected by talk time.

Overall, I highly recommend this phone. Excellent price for $240, especially if you're been holding out for a while for the price of smart phones and data plans to drop. (Posted on 2/4/13)
this phone is perfect! Review by Solomon
As with my Android tablet, I fell in love with this Android phone. Before I purchased it, I did some research into whether or not I could still use the phone if I had a monthly contract.


-It's easily rootable. All one has to do is download some drivers for your computer, some app's, and voila. You're done. In fact, rooting your device is encouraged by many in the Android community; unlike those who own iOS devices (Apple actually frowns upon people who do so).

-Plenty of apps that you would find on Apple's devices, you can easily find on Android. For example, Siri. Instead, we Android users have something called Iris.

-Unlike Apple products, this Android phone actually has a flash for its' camera. Since I take plenty of pictures, I expect my camera's to have flash.


The one thing that really bothers me about this phone is that I couldn't hear people text me when I had the phone locked. With my Blackberry, it would make a noise. It's not a big gripe since I was able to find an app on the Market that took care of this for me. It's called Handcent SMS in case anyone is interested.

Otherwise, this phone is perfect! (Posted on 2/2/13)
I am absolutely loving this phone Review by Elizabeth
I am absolutely loving this phone. I bought this phone because I don't believe in getting stuck in contracts for a phone. Goes against everything I stand for lol. But there are so many pre-installed apps it is a little irritating at first, but if you are computer savvy you can root it with no problems (JUST GOOGLE...the zerg method so far has been the most reliable...I haven't heard of any bricking) then you will have a powerful little machine on your hands. Its gorgeous to me. Very lightweight. There are lots of cases available for it to be customized how you want. I was stuck between this one and another phone but the availability of accessories really helped me lean towards this one. (I am a girl it still has to look good lol.) My boyfriend has the Samsung Galaxy S2 and for the most part they can do the same things. Don't get me wrong his is visually sexier with its gigantic screen and resolution, but functionally its more like its little cousin lol. (Posted on 2/1/13)
Best investment I've ever made Review by Scott
It does take a little getting used too, if you previously had an iphone. My last phone was the iphone 3gs. The keyboard is slightly more difficult than the iphone, but what isn't? Nothing really beats the iphone keyboard. But... I started using Swype after a short time, and found that it was intelligent and very quick. Also the voice to text is amazing! What a great way to answer text while driving! lol. I'm a criminal, I know!
Second greatest feature of this phone is that it works over wifi, even if you have no service in the area. I took my phone on vacation across the country recently. It worked EVERYWHERE! I even stopped in at a local McDonalds and used their free wifi.
Calls are VERY clear over wifi, there is no lag, and I have no problems. It also sends text.
I've downloaded a couple dozen apps, and have never had a problem with one giving me any error message when I used it. I really enjoy skype on the phone, the speaker is loud and clear, the video is crisp and clean.
The camera takes great pictures and video, and I've actually used it for my business on several occasions.
As far as I'm concerned.... using the voice to text to search google is just as good as the iphone4s Siri app. It doesn't give you a voice response, just pulls up what you're searching for.
I paid $240.00 for this phone, Best investment I've ever made!
Buy this phone, it's worth every penny! (Posted on 1/31/13)
Great phone that has everything i need Review by Jeff
It being a android I heard it was versatile but this thing has a lot of free apps and programs like the Google navigation(since it can be sometimes more accurate than the name brands) which is free. It also has a great camera and speaker phone and great Google voice search, battery life is about 10 hrs with some use. If you use it for like an hour then stop, you should be at 75% or 50% after an hr of use with power-save on it will stay about 85%. Even still it has a power save mode which shuts down small stuff (brightness, Bluetooth, and unused accessories apps)which extends the battery for about an hour to 30mins it depends if you have to use it or not. Cons for this phone I guess would be needs better battery life and it can lock up if you have to many apps or programs running. (Posted on 1/30/13)
The phone is fast and smooth Review by Elliot
The phone is fast and smooth. Been using it a week or so and have had no trouble. It's my first smartphone so I have nothing to compare it to, but I can't imagine a phone in this price range doing much more. It does it all, and then some. I am not a heavy user but the web works well, youtube, simple games like Angry Birds and Bejeweled all fly fast and seamlessly. Voice quality is good, speaker phone loud, and the screen is relatively hi-res, colorful, sharp, and clear. The camera both front and rear facing is about what I would expect from a camera phone of old. It's ok and gets the job done in a basic way.

The phone feels good in hand. I was a bit disappointed that the "blue" backing is actually very dark. Its not BLUE like some photos make it appear, but rather very dark blue. Almost black imo. Like a blue / black. So it looks a bit dull, but thats ok. It's a phone, after all. And it is well built, sleek, lightweight, and fits well in hand and pocket alike. (Posted on 1/29/13)
Very satisfied Review by Peter
After having the phone a couple of months, and having no issues, I had the unfourtinate event of this phone falling out of my pocket and into some slush. To top it all of, the phone was run over by a car before I had a chance to recover it. After I picked it up, to my surprise, the phone still worked, including the touch screen even though the screen was shattered.

I kept using the phone, broken screen and all, for the next couple weeks while I ordered another screen. While replacing the screen, I saw inside that everything was in perfect shape and no water dammage from the slush and no issues with the LCD. To say the least I was very impressed. (Posted on 1/28/13)
The phone works perfectly Review by Kevin
Wooow! I need to catch my breath...

Let me begin by saying I'm an economist. Logos do not impress me. Excellent price/performance ratios impress me. Although I must admit, the Exhibit II is a fairly beautiful phone in real life; don't let the photos scare you.

This powerful yet humble device has the same memory (1GB RAM) and CPU speed (1GHz) as the iPhone 4. And, dare I say, it actually makes phone calls. It even has a larger screen than the latest $700+ iPhone 4S. Still with me?

>1. Freedom: you can start or stop your service anytime without any fines. You can switch carriers, sell your phone, and walk away without even saying goodbye.

>2. Screen: The 5.7" screen is bigger than the one on the iPhone 4S. The 1280 x 720 resolution makes for a relatively high pixel density and looks fantastic.

>3. Android has developed into a very solid OS. With over 400,000 apps to choose from, I'm overwhelmed.

>4. Price: Why spend $500 to $800 on a flagship phone when you can get 90% of the utility/functionality for $200? At $200, if my phone is destroyed, lost, or stolen, it's not the end of the world.

>5. ROI: The return on investment is phenomenal. This phone truly represents a breakthrough in information and communications technology. For the first time in history, with a device that costs $200 and service that costs $1 a day, you can have a 5.7" window to the world that goes with you, guides you, informs you, entertains you, wakes you, and connects you to everyone and everything that matters in your life. The list of gadgets that this phone makes obsolete would go on for pages, but let me just say that if you don't have a smartphone yet, get this phone and don't look back.

EDIT: (after 1 week with the phone)

Performance (including call quality) is excellent while battery life falls short of miraculous. With more moderate use and battery saving apps, you could easily go an entire day without needing to recharge. The 8Mp camera on the phone doesn't quite replace my old DSLR, but it works flawlessly for bar-code scanning, jpg-to-pdf scanning, and other "utilitarian" applications. By the way, the maximum video capture resolution is 1280 x 720, not 720x480.

EDIT 2: (after 4 weeks with the phone)

My Exhibit II is still going strong and looks brand new, even after dropping it a few times. I've gotten used to using Samsung's "swype" keyboard which is the only technology I've seen that truly makes touchscreen typing viable beyond a few words.

EDIT 3: (After 40 days with the phone)

The phone still works perfectly and looks great. Even now, it's easily the best smartphone under $300 and, at $240, has the best price-performance of any phone currently on the market.

EDIT 4: (After 10 weeks with the phone)

We have had many fruitful discussions in the 100+ comments that have been posted since I first wrote my review 10 weeks ago. If you own this phone, I strongly recommend reading the comments posted by Franquis, Yogi Bear, and others who have become de facto experts on this device. They have surpassed my knowledge of the phone and I have learned from their insights. It appears many of us have been having difficulties with the Groove IP app and various alternatives have been suggested, including Skype.

I have dropped the phone so many times and I finally managed to crack the screen but it functions perfectly nonetheless. The Exhibit II is a truly remarkable device (at any price) and I continue to be amazed by its capabilities.
(Posted on 1/28/13)