The Iggy is a terminal that is located within the input range, with a good resolution screen of 4.5 inches, a processor of two cores and the ability to integrate two SIM cards within the same terminal. In addition, the company Wiko has provided it with a fresh design with the option of betting on a model of a striking turquoise (also available in black and white). But the differential aspect of this smartphone is definitely its price. Its 140 euros will bring you into the pockets of most buyers, and make it an ideal choice for users who want to get in touch with the world and to touch the young team. You have all the features of this phone.
Wiko has opted for a design quite classical in its terminals Wiko Iggy, but it has included an important touch colorful to offer the equipment in colors black, white and turquoise. These colors also are seen in a thin line of color that surrounds the framework of the screen from the front. It also liked the detail of having a strip of a different color on the sides for these three models (both silver and black pattern on white and yellow on turquoise).
The soft buttons on the bottom are three are similar to those found on smartphones from Samsung (other companies opt for the back button on the left side). This is not a particularly slim smartphone, and having dimensions of 135.5 x 68 x 11.1 mm and weighing 154 grams that are far from the most powerful releases. Still, it remains quite comfortable to hold and when to grab.
In the area of the screen is a terminal panel with 4.5-inch IPS and an average resolution of 854 x 480 pixels, this panel we offer good levels of brightness and viewing angles up to 178 degrees both horizontally and vertically. It should serve no problems displaying the contents of the smartphone and the various apps, but where we can take in require further resolution is when enjoying movies and videos.
In the photographic appearance, Wiko Iggy incorporates two cameras. In the case of the rear camera, we are faced with a target with a resolution of 5 megapixels, LED flash and autofocus. When it comes to taking pictures, a detail that stands out especially is the smile mode, which only performs the pictures when it detects a smile from the people. On the other hand, it is also capable of recording videos in high quality 720p. On the front is a lens with a resolution of 1 megapixel, one that is rather short when you consider the exceptional quality of other front camera company specification.
This smartphone has an internal memory of 4 GB. This is a pretty fair amount which may be insufficient in the event that we store a number of personal files on the phone as music, photos or videos. In this case, you can choose to increase the capacity with a card microSD of up to 32GB. As for power, Wiko Iggy runs through a dual-core processor with a power of 1.3 GHz and a memory of 512 MB RAM, a set that will help us deal with menus Android and many of its apps quite fluently but is a fair bit if you are going to use several apps at once.
The embedded operating system is the Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean , one of the latest versions of this operating system developed pro Google. Some of its most interesting attractions are found in the built in search engine company’s own applications, such as Google Maps to navigate to any address via car or Google Now, a voice assistant that has received major improvements in this version and learn our preferences to offer relevant information. In addition, the user also has a very extensive set of apps through the official store now exceeding the million.
As for connections, Iggy is able to connect to networks 3G HSDPA up to 21 Mbps networks and HSUPA up to 5.76 Mbps. Unsurprisingly, we can also connect at home via local network connection WiFi and various devices that support Bluetooth to transmit information (e.g., a wireless speaker). The highlight of this phone connectivity level is the ability to incorporate two different SIM cards to join our team in one professional line, and our personal online. Of course, keep in mind that when we are making or receiving a call from one of the other lines is temporarily disabled. We also have GPS to navigate by car or while moving around the city by public transport.
The connections are completed with FM radio to listen to our favorite radio station, a port microUSB for transferring files to your computer or charge the smartphone and a slot for headphones 3.5 mm. Despite being a smartphone input Wiko has looked quite the appearance of autonomy. Thanks to its battery of 1,600 milliamps we can reach a talk time 3G up to 10.53 hours and talk time 2G up to 16.7 hours. Moreover, it binds to a standby time up to 358 hours.