For the longest time, the original CECT P168 and then the P168+ (quad band version) had a strong hold on the iPhone clone market. Eventually though, clone manufacturers began to release models with different novelty features like analog television, keyboards, and the shake and tilt feature.Recently, the company got back to what put them on the map all along, (the original iClone model) with the recent release of the new CECT P168C.Like the original plus, the C model supports 850, 1800, 1900, and 900 MHZ bands. However, what typically happens is that, depending upon where you live or where you buy the phone, you will either get a 850 / 1800 / 1900 MHz phone (in the United States, North America, and Canada) or a 900 / 1800 / 1900 MHZ (overseas). You can change this by using engineering mode on the phone, but I wouldn’t advise it unless you’re sure you know exactly how to do this. It’s best to buy the phone already set to what you need (which is not hard since these phones are widely available) or have the seller set it for you.Upgraded Firmware, Upgraded Bluetooth And Two Sims Working At Once: The 168C (2008) has upgraded firmware, a 3.5 GT touch… Read full this story
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