Indicates how much radiation the phone emits with a standard called the "Specific Absoption Rate" as measured by the EU. The lower, the better. In New Zealand and most countries, the maximum allowed rate is 2.0 W/kg.
Uses satellites to find your position. A-GPS also uses the cellular network, and S-GPS allows the phone to receive both GPS and voice data simultaneously
GPS, Glonass, Beidou, Galileo
Black, Blue, Grey, Purple, White
Rear camera resolution
Front camera resolution
Power & Battery
Internal storage size
Supported memory media
Second generation network (2G) is the most common network type, and includes GSM and GPRS. 2.75G is often of EDGE/EGPRS type. Third generation (3G) includes UMTS (W-CDMA) and is fast (useful for mobile internet).