The technology of cell phones has changed, thanks to the iPhone Consumers today expect their phones to be touchscreen with finger touch. They want to be able to manipulate and fully work the phone and it's media with nothing more than the tips of their fingers. This all started with the iPhone but as of this writing it has ended with the iClones. These clones set out to copy the iPhone but which ended up added additional features to the iPhone that Apple should have thought of. Copying the iPhone got the clones attention, but making the iPhone better is what is selling truckloads of iClones.
The A380i is no exception and is a great addition to the CECT family. Although this phone looks very much like the iPhone and has all of the features one would expect (a high resolution finger touch 3.0 inch touchscreen, an awesome digital camera, Bluetooth, a video camera and player, and MP3 / MP4 players with six surround sound speakers), it's the new shake and tilt technology that has made this phone an immediate hit.
The bonus feature which has gotten the most attention has to be the shake feature, called shake control or “shake technology" as the manufacturer likes to call it. If you want to change songs, wallpaper, video or photos, you don't have to look down, press buttons or scroll. You just shake the phone to advance it.
The other bonus feature that makes this phone popular is the automatic tilt feature. If you tilt the phone, the media immediately becomes full, wide screen. In other words the picture turns from portrait to landscape.
The A380i has expandable memory via micro SD card. The iPhone doesn't.
Of course, the CECT A380i has all of the other innovative additional features that we expect from the clones: slide unlock, a removable battery, dual sim (one phone number for work and one for play) and additional surround sound speakers.
You do not need to be a hack if you don't want to use AT&T's expensive service. The 380i has slide unlock. Just swipe your hand and voila you can now use any carrier you chose. You don't have to use AT&T.
This clone runs between $120 and $150 depending on where you get it. This is a steal considering you're getting the most innovative phone on the market today and not being forced to go with AT&T.
Please click here to see video, photos, specifications and the best pricing on this awesome phone. Rae Edwards is an internet technology researcher and freelance writer