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BLU Dash 3.5 D170a Unlocked Dual SIM Phone with 1GHz Processor, Android 2.3, 3G HSDPA, High Resolution LCD, Wi-Fi, GPS – US Warranty

BLU Dash 3.5 D170a Unlocked Dual SIM Phone with 1GHz Processor, Android 2.3, 3G HSDPA, High Resolution LCD, Wi-Fi, GPS – US Warranty
BLU Dash 3.5 D170a Unlocked Dual SIM Phone with 1GHz Processor, Android 2.3, 3G HSDPA, High Resolution LCD, Wi-Fi, GPS – US Warranty


Product Added : June 28th, 2013
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BLU Dash three.5 D170a Unlocked Dual SIM Telephone with 1GHz Processor, Android two.three, 3G HSDPA, High Resolution LCD, Wi-Fi, GPS – US Warranty


BLU Dash 3.5 D170a Unlocked Dual SIM Phone with 1GHz Processor, Android 2.3, 3G HSDPA, High Resolution LCD, Wi-Fi, GPS - US Warranty

The all new DASH three.five delivers user a sophisticated and palm sized Android phone that packs a punch. With its Qualcomm 1 GHz processor customers can breeze through apps and motion pictures. Sporting a three.five-Inch screen with a 2MP camera, user can snap, share and view photographs all day!

  • Unlocked Dual SIM three.five-Inch Higher Resolution HVGA Show, 1 GHz Processor
  • Android 2.three Gingerbread, 3G 850/1900 HSDPA 7.two Mbps, Micro SD up to 32GB
  • Constructed-in Social Apps: Facebook, Twitter, Whatsapp, Google Search, Maps, Gmail, Youtube, Calendar, Google Speak
  • 3.5mm Audio Jack,FM Radio, MP3 Player, MP4 Player

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I am attempting to figure which cell telephone to upgrade to? Will you guys please leave and give me your opinions. This was my 1st time with screenflow.

Query by ℒεigɦтσɳ ♥: Which of these Verizon phones is most reliable?
I am upgrading to a new Verizon Wireless cell phone, and I am stuck deciding among the Voyager and the enV Touch. A single of my close friends says the battery dies a lot on the Touch, but the Voyager is huge, and bulky and does not have a lot of characteristics. I really want the Touch, but I do not want it if the battery dies each two seconds (exaggeration, certainly), but I do not know which I should get? Aid?

Greatest answer:

Answer by MJS
I have utilised my buddies Voyager and my LG Banter is much better. Go with the enV.

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What customers say about BLU Dash 3.5 D170a Unlocked Dual SIM Phone with 1GHz Processor, Android 2.3, 3G HSDPA, High Resolution LCD, Wi-Fi, GPS – US Warranty?

  1. 18 of 21 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Just a little too early to keep it, December 18, 2012
    By 
    Bumpkin
    This review is from: BLU Dash 3.5 D170a Unlocked Dual SIM Phone with 1GHz Processor, Android 2.3, 3G HSDPA, High Resolution LCD, Wi-Fi, GPS – US Warranty (Wireless Phone Accessory)

    I purchased a BLU Dash 3.5 to use on vacation, with a local Mexico sim in slot 2 (quad-band Edge) and an AT&T Gophone sim in slot one. I tested the phone at AT&T and got “H” connection, and it seemed very slow compared to my Tmo Galaxy S II, because it was. The antennae on the Dash 3.5 are about, I believe, half the max speed of 802.11b, or about 4-6Mbps. Better than Edge, certainly, and fine for email. The phone itself, while on wi-fi, was a delight. I loved the launcher, which made it possible to change the size of the fonts and icons on the applications screen. I really liked 2.3.6 (or whatever it has in it), more in fact than ICS on the Galaxy, and of course, far more than 2.1 or 2.2. Skype worked great, and the screen resolution was just fine; not as good as the similarly sized Moto Defy but nice and bright and clear enough. They give you two extra backs, in different colors, which is a cute touch.

    SO. My extra batteries arrived, and guess what? They were the model for the plain Dash, not the 3.5. The Dash 3.5 uses the C654804130T, and no one in the entire hemisphere apparently sells them. (Buy.com sells the other one, the one for the plain Dash. It is model C654205110T. An ebay seller with a phone number (who shall remain nameless) gave me that model# and a link to Buy.com. I ordered them before my own Dash 3.5 arrived.)

    So unless BLU itself responds with batteries, or Buy.com or its fulfiller finds some, I am sad to say my phone will be returned until such time as BLU gets its act together.

    The 1-star loss is because of the slow antenna BLU chose to put on this (and I assume on the VIVO 4.3 also), and the batteries being unavailable.

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  2. 6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Great phone so far., April 10, 2013
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    This review is from: BLU Dash 3.5 D170a Unlocked Dual SIM Phone with 1GHz Processor, Android 2.3, 3G HSDPA, High Resolution LCD, Wi-Fi, GPS – US Warranty (Wireless Phone Accessory)

    Just got the phone today was pleasantly suprised it worked so well with my ATT sim., still need to test it out with another Sim to test the dual sim properties, booted up and started installing and customizing apps, synched my email without a hitch, phone calls to friend was clear, streaming Pandora on it right now while i type and is coming clear. GPS is accurate using maps and navi. the battery seems to drain a bit faster than i liked. Also for some reason i cant install shazam or any music recognition apps, says its imcompatible to the phone :( Also a friend tried using a spring sim but didnt work, then again sprint uses a different type of cell protocol, CDMA i think, works well with ATT thought here in Cali. One of the biggest suprises of the phone is that you can use teether and use the phone as a wifi hotspot, i wasn’t able to do this on my iphone!

    pros +
    clear calls,
    emails connected smoothly
    sim worked right away
    streaming with pandora music is smooth
    Teethering

    con’s -
    battery life seems a little less (still need to test this out furthur though)
    shazam or any android music recognition isin’t supported for some reason, hoping i can find something out there i can use
    cant handle too much multi tasking, when running pandora and webrowsing it seemed to stutter a lil

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  3. i have the same thing with the titanium voyager.

  4. dont go with the dare, believe me, i have it now and it looks cool and is sick when you first get it but after my first few months of having it i realized it sucked so haha yah dont get the day

  5. I have the LG Voyager Titanium! :D
    i love it, but now i want the omnia or the Blackberry Storm or the Blackberry Curve.

  6. Just like me. I had the VX-8300, and currently have the Dare. Amazing phone. That or the Versa. My mom has the enV 2 and my sister has the Voyager Ti. I would go with the Dare, or maybe the Versa, which I have barely played with. If you have any questions, hit me up. Also I have a few dare reviews on my YT Channel.

  7. what do you mean?

  8. voyager. definately. te versa is cool, however, your going to wind up losing the back piece since you half to take the back piece off when you want to attach the keyboard.

  9. i love my phone and i got the lg voyager

  10. i loveeeeeee cell phones.. LOL

    Great Video
    :)

  11. Honestly the touch dies by the end of the day for me but granted im a heavy texter…if you dont get the touch then get the env3…that phones pretty good as well! Great battery life and alot of upgrades for that phone……But i know theres an update for the touch soon thats supposed to help the battery life so keep that in mind as well!

    I hope i helped :)





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