It’s called Orange Gova and is the 4G terminal cheap has never released the operator Orange. It was presented at the Mobile World Congress 2014 as an interesting alternative for users who do not want to spend all your savings on your next purchase, but are interested in accessing the 4G/LTE connectivity to enjoy a much quicker transfer of data and quick. Although this is not all. Because besides being a full-featured phone for connectivity, the new Orange Gova comes with a wide screen of 4.5 inches and a maximum resolution of 960 x 540 pixels. In this panel, whose dimensions are quite generous, add the processor. A Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 with architecture quad-core and the ability to operate at a clock frequency of 1.2 GHz.
This chip, essential for the good performance of the terminal, is associated with a 1 GB RAM and a storage capacity that reaches 8 GB space that users can use to store all types of files. We are, moreover, to a device equipped with Android 4.3 Jelly Bean without the layer Emotion UI 2.0. Do not forget that the phone has been completely manufactured by the company Huawei. The new Orange Gova enters the catalog of Orange from next May 1 170 euros.
As you can see from the pictures, the new Orange Gova saves a very similar design to the smartphones which has recently submitted Huawei for its most basic range. With a few lines as straight and accurate, will like especially to those users who are looking for an elegant economic phone but. Integra architecture completely finished in plastic for now, just looks at a shade: gray. The exact dimensions of the equipment are: 131 x 65.3 x 7.85 mm and 145 grams, including battery. It is a large phone, due to the dimensions of the screen, but lightweight: easy to store and carry in any pocket more comfortably.
The main panel, like any smartphone, is one of its most important elements. In this case, we have to speak of IPS LCD capacitive 4.5-inch screen with a maximum resolution of 540 x 960 pixels, suitable for enjoying multimedia content in a more than acceptable quality. It has a pixel density resulting 245 ppi and a basic density of 16 million colors. As an entry-level smartphone, no protective coating is integrated type Corning Gorilla to help us protect the screen from accidental bumps or scratches.
The camera is, increasingly, a very important for most users’ element smartphones. In this case, Orange and Huawei have not fallen short because the Orange Gova sensor integrates five megapixels that allow us to capture quality images in 2592 x 1944 pixels. These snapshots will be well reinforced with other complementary features like autofocus, the six zoom increases, the geotagging or LED flash, a must for those wanting to take pictures in low-light environments and tool require a minimum quality. Logically, this same camera allows you to record video to 720p @ 30fps, which is not bad. Moreover, in the front of the smartphone we have a second 1-megapixel camera will result very useful for video calls or selfies.
The potential of the team is one of its most outstanding features. And the Orange Gova has an integrated quad-core processor 1.2 GHz that will allow users to enjoy a performance to match the circumstances, both when running applications such as games with high graphic potential. This chip combines performance with memory 1GB RAM more than necessary. And although we are not against a team of high range, this combination of tools is perfectly optimized for a user who wants to make an average phone use, albeit without weighing too much.
In the area of memory, we have to indicate that this is not a large capacity, but expected. The new Orange Gova boasts 8 GB of internal storage that the user can use to store all types of files (music, video, photos, documents…) and applications, but may fall short if we decide to carry part of our favorite multimedia libraries. The solution is an extension of this ability can be performed without problems through microSD memory cards. The maximum length is 32 GB, enough to get a much more solvent storage data.
The operating system chosen for the occasion is Android in version 4.3 Jelly Bean. This is a fairly current issue, but we hope that in the not too distant future can be updated (at least) to Android 4.4 KitKat. More on that later. In addition, as I indicated at the beginning, even though the Orange Gova has left the factory Huawei, the company of Chinese origin has not installed the classic interface Emotion UI as often incorporate visual layer across all your computers. Thus, users will enjoy a version of Android much cleaner and logically, complete with all the features and services that Google usually offers to all its customers for free. These are: Google Search, Gmail, Google Maps, Navigation, Google Plus, Google Drive, Google Calendar and even Google Play, the application store from which users will have chance to download applications and content to expand and improve the functions of this Orange Gova.