The Orange Rono is a smartphone midrange 4G technology, which has a five-inch screen with HD resolution. It is specially designed for those who want to enjoy a good internet speed with optimum sound quality, as it has speakers Dolby. Since the coverage was launched 4G, all operators have opted for this new technology. Orange did not want to be smaller and has joined the bandwagon with Chinese handset manufacturer ZTE. Both companies intend to this union democratize 4G that ten times the speed that exists currently in mobile networks. Following this principle, the smartphone has a very competitive price, as it will be available in the free version for 180 euros.
In addition, the device features a quad-core processor at 1.2 gigahertz and incorporates the latest version of Android 4.4 Kit Kat, allowing access to a multitude of applications and functionalities. It also has a rear eight megapixel camera with autofocus and a megapixel front, although it is not the most advanced on the market, it makes up with its incredible price. The terminal has 2,300 milliamp batteries, which implies some eight hours of talk. It also has an internal memory of 16 gigabytes and a gigabyte of RAM.
This smartphone has a sleek design in black plastic, as might be expected in the average range. However, the feeling of being a compact and rugged mobile, able to withstand some knocks or scratches in case you fall down. The handset weighs 133 grams and dimensions of 142.3 x 70.4 x 7, 8 mm. It also has a elongated buttons on the side to raise or lower the volume. Thanks to the screen five inches with resolution HD of 1280 x 720 pixels, you can enjoy optimal quality when watching movies, videos, or play your favorite games. Thus, Orange and ZTE join the trend of phablets, or phones with large dimensions that are halfway between a regular phone and a tablet.
The Orange Rono has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 quad core 1.2 gigahertz. This chip was launched in early 2013, which means that it is not the latest American company. However, it gives good carving in middle and low range devices, as we have seen in previous tests, such as the Motorola Moto G. This ensures that all applications can run smoothly without the terminal leave us hanging at some important moment. Moreover, the smartphone has a 16-gigabyte internal memory, expandable with microSD card.
This terminal has a main eight megapixel camera with autofocus, capable of capturing quality snapshots and shares them with friends and family immediately. Its objective front has a sensing megapixel selfies to us or self-portraits, the type of pictures you have set the trend in this last season. It also has the ability to record video at a resolution of 1080 pixels at 30 frames per second, pretty good value for a mid-range phone.
On the other hand, has sound technology Dolby, implying that offers a good warranty to listen to your favorite music. This feature makes what the brand has been termed as Dialogue Enhancer, to eavesdrop without distortion, or Dolby Volume, which allows you to enjoy any sound without adjusting the audio. This is very useful when you are listening to the radio and music elevates ads.
The Orange Rono comes integrated with Kit Kat Android 4.4, the latest version of the operating system for phones and tablets Google, which allows access to a multitude of applications and functionalities. This ecosystem services accessing the company’s Mountain View popular as Chrome, Drive, Photos, Gmail, Google, Google+, Google Settings, Hangouts, Maps, Play Books, Play Games, Play Newsstand, Movie & TV Play, Play Music, Play Store, Voice Search and YouTube. And thanks to having this software, you can expect more than a million applications in Google Play, the official store of downloads from the U.S. company. Among the most popular, we can find Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, WhatsApp, Telegram or Line.
If there’s one thing that stands out the Orange Rono, apart from its price, it’s about having connection LTE or 4G, we find in its fastest version to date, CAT4. Using such connections, we can achieve great speeds download also has technology WiFi 802.11 ac, in its current system. It also comes with Bluetooth 4.0, intended for transferring data wirelessly. What’s more, it has GPS, so that we do not lose when making a route drive through any mapping application. Finally, the terminal is integrated with connections as MicroUSB, output minijack of 3.5 mm headset jack, sensors proximity and accelerometer.
The Orange Runo has a battery of 2,300 milliamps, which means that the phone will stop working after about eight hours in conversation. Also, you can enjoy the terminal a whole day without fear that their autonomy is exhausted if you do not give excessive use. The smartphone of Orange and ZTE will be available from July 1 for 180 euros in its free form. However, since that day, users who want to pay in installments may do so through six euros per month for 24 months contracting a Squirrel rate with the French operator. They may also purchase by four euros per month in other deals in portability.