If you are on a very tight budget and are looking for an entry-level Android phone which can handle two SIM cards, the iBall Andi 4d from the AND SMART series could be an option.
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The rear panel features a 5-megapixel camera and an LED flash
The rear panel has just a large iBall logo and a speaker grill towards the bottom . Also on the top left is a 5-megapixel camera with a single LED flash and another hole for a secondary microphone which is used while video recording or for wind noise cancellation during a call. The rim of the device is chrome plated and gives the Andi 4d a great look. The top features the power button and headset socket while the left side has a volume rocker. The bottom has the usual micro USB interface. Opening the rear panel for inserting a memory card, battery or SIM card is a pain—the back cover is very stubborn and difficult to open, and it feels as though the plastic clips might break at any point. Overall, the design is pretty good and the build quality rugged enough. The phone weighs just 157 grams and is 11 mm thick. There is no eyelet for a lanyard, which many people use to keep their phone safe.
Dual SIM, GSM + GSM / CDMA, 1630 mAh Li-ion battery
Features and Performance
A plain non-customizable user interface
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