Axioo Vigo 410 Review

Written By John Mitt Sam on Friday, September 9, 2011 | 8:05 AM

Unlike the other middle-class smartphone, when it launched, Vigo 410 Toshiba already using Android Gingerbread with version 2.3.4. Combined with a 1 GHz processor, of course Gingerbread optimization will make the smartphone more responsive again. This can be perceived as shifting the menu, switch the menu, as well as when loading applications. However, we found a discrepancy when you turn the smartphone from standby mode. When pressing the power button, this smartphone takes more than 5 seconds to turn on the screen.
Axioo Vigo 410

Specifications of Toshiba Vigo 410 itself is as follows: System on Chip used is the Qualcomm MSM8255 processor with 1 GHz and the GPU Scorpion Adreno 205. RAM memory is installed in this smartphone with a capacity of 512 MB. For internal memory, Toshiba have paired memory of 2 GB NAND Flash. This smartphone also have a proximity sensor that turns off the screen while you're making a call. For the size of screen, attached by 4-inch screen with 800 x 480 resolution. Operating system is already used on the smartphone is the Gingerbread with version 2.3.4.

Lock screen on the Toshiba Vigo 410 is also slightly different from most other Android smartphone. You just simply shift the padlock symbol upward, not sideways. In addition, you can also directly make calls, view your contact list, and saw the message directly on the lock screen. To homescreennya, Toshiba has a five-Vigo 410.

Axioo Vigo 410 is what will compete with other big-screen smartphones like the Samsung Galaxy S, Nexus S, Xperia X10, and so forth. On the bright side, you do not have to reach into your wallet for a premium price. Axioo mematoknya in the range of 3 million.

Owned by the smartphone's performance is indeed very good. This is supported by high-speed processor and optimizing the code on the Android Gingerbread. Things that may interfere with the heat generated during battery charge. This we think is quite disturbing, especially when playing HD games which require a higher battery power.

This smartphone is suitable for use in all situations, ranging from working, playing, browsing the Internet, take pictures, to hear music, watch videos, and even make it as a WiFi-enabled 3G modem. Substantial internal capacity and a microSD slot that supports up to 32 GB of storage media can be filled with a variety of applications that can be directly downloaded from the Android Market as well as a series of collections of multimedia files you have. However, this smartphone is not suitable for you who does not like the use of full touchscreen display and prefer a hard keyboard.

+ Price is quite affordable.
+ The screen is large.
+ Upper-class specifications.
+ Quite responsive.
+ Micro HDMI.

- Heat current battery charge.
- Multitouch is not precise.
- Wake Up Lag.
- Front camera is not good.

Features and Specifications
Qualcomm MSM8255 processor with 1 GHz CPU and GPU Scorpion Adreno 205
Video Format H.264, MPEG4, WMV, AVI
Audio Format MP3, MP4, WMA, AAC, AAC +, WAV, MIDI, OGG
Image formats JPG, BMP, PNG
Subtitles Do not support
5 MP camera and VGA on the front
MicroUSB interface, microHDMI
Wi-Fi wireless connection (802.11 b / g / n), Bluetooth 2.1 EDR
Dimensions and Weight 121.8 x 66.7 x 10.6 mm / 143 grams
572 Minutes Battery Life
manufacturer Toshiba


mahasiswa teladan said...

Thanks for review, it was excellent and very informative.
thank you :)

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