This is a model that comes with specifications that are not “bells”. But they must allow all kinds of actions to be carried out with solvency. For example, the processor is 1.2GHz quad-core Snapdragon 400 paired with 1GB of RAM. That is to say, they reiterate the usual bet of the models considered mid-range and that have shown a good performance, but that little by little it is becoming a bit stagnant due to the arrival of SoC as Qualcomm’s own 401.
Besides, there are some details that should be highlighted in the Orange Nura, such as that the amount of space for internal storage is 16 GB (twelve of them free for the user). In addition, it is possible to use microSD cards to increase this, being models of up to 32 GB used. As for the camera that is included as the main one, this is a model with a sensor 8 megapixels and LED flash (with video stabilization), the secondary component is 5 Mpx.
With good connectivity and adequate battery
The truth is that there are some surprising details in the Orange Nura, such as that it lacks absolutely nothing when it comes to the connectivity it offers. Apart from having GPS, WiFi and Bluetooth 4.0, it should be noted that with this device it is possible to access 4G networks (on all frequencies) and it also has NFC, which is positive (oh and FM radio). As for the aforementioned battery, the included one has a charge of 3,100 mAh, so in principle autonomy should not be a problem in this terminal manufactured by ALCATEL ONETOUCH.
Finally, it must be said that the Orange Nura arrives with the operating system Android 4.4.2 and with an aspect of its design that should be discussed, such as that its thickness is 8.5 millimeters and that the weight amounts to 165 grams. Good details, undoubtedly accompanied by quite pronounced edges and a fairly clean integration of the screen in the case. In short, an interesting model, as was the Orange Rono, which comes with an attractive price, either free or using one of the rates offered by the operator.