Looking good there...
There's a perstaym for everything.
As if showing us that they're ready to hang with the big boys, Cherry Mobile unleashed the Flame 2.0, an Android handset with—get this—a quad-core processor, the first of its kind for the local fruity company! Naks!
...and at the back, too!
So yeah, it has a quad-core CPU (1.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon) beating at its core, something you'd normally find inside the flagships of more popular brands. The Flame 2.0 also boasts 1GB of RAM, giving it, along with the processor, capability to handle all your smartphone chores with ease, and a 4.5-inch qHD (960 x 540 resolution) touchscreen.
Why, hello there, ladies!
In terms of imaging, the device comes with a rather basic 5-megapixel camera along with a secondary VGA front shooter for your Skype needs. The Flame 2.0 also packs wireless connectivity via 3G, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi to keep you in the loop anytime, anywhere (or at least where there's a signal).
Android 4.1 Jelly Bean runs the software show for the device while a 1,600mAh battery provides the needed energy, although we wish it came with a bigger power pack. And oh, before we forget, this one's a dual-SIM device that should help your kitikitext lifestyle more convenient and organized.