Other than 3G data connectivity via a USB dongle, the Slide also offers Wi-Fi (seemingly with no hot-spot capability), Bluetooth with A2DP and USB 2.0 on-the-go. The browser or e-mail support on this device is as good as any other in the Android range. With Flash 10.3 support the browsing experience is, of course, enhanced. With Skype pre-loaded on the card you can video chat with your contacts via 3G or Wi-Fi. Google’s package of pre-loaded apps like Gtalk, Search with Voice capabilities and YouTube are also onboard alongwith Facebook. What was missing was Google Maps and other affiliated apps like Navigation, Places or Altitude. Not that they can’t be found easily on the store, but we’re used to these being part of the stock package. But since the device dosn't support GPS, it's not really a problem.
Plenty of extra apps
No rear camera but one heck of a speaker
Could have used a bit of customization
Updated 23 May, 2013, 8:16 pm IST
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