$312 Shallots Metal launched with SD810, 4GB RAM and 128GB storage


shallots metal launch specs

The Shallots Metal has been officially released in China. 2 models are available both offering decent hardware, and the budget model even getting a Redmi Note 2 killing price tag.

Shallots are that well-known outside of China, but in the great country they have a cult following and are one of the first Chinese brands to focus on the smartphone market. Generally the company releases a few phones each year culminating in a flagship launch, but this year we have witnessed something different.

Today, 2 Shallots phones were released, not with the same β€˜Metal’name, but both with differing price tags and specifications.

Shallots Metal 5.5-inch

The entry-level Shallots Metal is a 5.5-inch phone that boasts a metal body and 1920 x 1080 display but costs only 799 Yuan ($124). For that price Shallots are clearly hoping to snatch up a few Redmi Note 3 customers, and from specs alone the phone has the goods.

shallots metal launch specs

Details include 3GB RAM, 16GB internal memory, and SD support for a 128GB card. The phone also boats an 8 mega-pixel front camera, and 13 mega-pixel PDAF rear both with F2.0 apertures.

An octacore chipset runs in the phone but the company didn’t detail which model, and a 3050mAh battery powers the device with the help of Lucid PowerXtend technology which extends battery life via optimisation of the GPU.

Shallots Metal 6-inch

shallots metal launch specs

Taking up the position of flagship is a 6-inch model with 2K (2560 x 1440) display. This larger model only costs 1999 Yuan yet packs similar hardware to the LeTV Le Max phone.

Shallots have opted for a Snapdragon 810 chipset, 4GB RAM, 128GB memory card (and space for an SD card), 8 mega-pixel front camera and 16 mega-pixel rear with F2.0 aperture, PDAF, 6p stack lens and 4K video.

shallots metal launch specs

Other features include a fingerprint scanner on the rear, 5100mAh battery with quick charging, and the same GPU optimizations as the entry model.

Both phones also runs CONG OS, and Android based cloud OS, and will go on sale through JingDong Mall from the 12th December.

I have to say that these look like some of the more exciting Chinese phones we have seen in a while, and with pricing as low as this they are sure to sell fast.

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133 Comments

  1. Dante
    December 4, 2015

    pretty awesome i say , if the 5.5 inch ver has a sd808 it would be a killer phone

    • December 4, 2015

      yup, but it could also be a budget MTK octa. Trying to find out what it is now.

      • johndebur
        December 4, 2015

        It is a Mediatek CPU, but doesnt say what exactly

        “eight-core MediaTek”

        http://www.smartcong.com/products/qingcongmetal/param.html

        mtksj claims MT6753

        http://mtksj.com/html/MTKshoujitupian/13002.html

        • Kigsuha
          December 4, 2015

          Instead of putting full hd they would did better putting a better soc..

      • Dante
        December 6, 2015

        oh its an octa πŸ™ , Sd808 is an hexa – it
        here are the posibilities
        Mtk6753 – It will be a no go
        Mtk6795 – If the phone is good it will make an impact in its country
        Sd615/616 – Youll find me crying in the closet

  2. Steven Fox
    December 4, 2015

    With all this Metal phones, I would get Manowar to endorse them πŸ˜€

  3. Daniel Golicki
    December 4, 2015

    Any chance to get them at shop.gizchina.com anytime soon?

  4. mf1gt3r
    December 4, 2015

    Cool buh, can’t trust mainly specs.

  5. tiktaktik
    December 4, 2015

    They should have waited for snap 820. Then mayb it would have been an excellent choice

  6. Chris Turner
    December 4, 2015

    It’s not likely to be available worldwide though is it?

  7. balcobomber25
    December 4, 2015

    On paper it sounds like a decent phone, but I have a hard time paying that much for a company i have never heard of, especially one named after an onion.

    • MaxPower
      December 4, 2015

      i remember you own an “Apple” laptop, so what’s wrong with onions?

      • MattD
        December 4, 2015

        xD nailed it! Fruit power!

      • balcobomber25
        December 4, 2015

        I own 6 laptops – An Apple, a knock off Apple, 3 Chromebooks and a Surface Pro 3.

        Apple juice is much tastier than onion juice! Apple pie taste better than onion pie. And Applesauce is better than Onion Sauce.

        • MattD
          December 4, 2015

          Try and make “soffritto” with an apple… lol

          • balcobomber25
            December 4, 2015

            lol well played sir, well played!

        • justyfier
          December 4, 2015

          but onion soup!

        • Akimitsui
          December 4, 2015

          There simply is nothing like eating a raw onion ripped straight from the ground after a long days work…

    • MattD
      December 4, 2015

      …but a radioactive rice, transgenically (does this word exists?) mutated to be red, is fine… Doesn’t it?! u.u

      EDIT: i mistakenly took “red rice” as the translation of “xiaomi”… My bad! It’s still a cereal though! πŸ˜€

      • balcobomber25
        December 4, 2015

        I give you an A for effort!

        • MattD
          December 4, 2015

          Thanks, next time I’ll do better, i promise! :’)

          • balcobomber25
            December 4, 2015

            But to answer your question:

            Rice is the staple food of Asia, also one of my favorite foods. Of course I trust an Asian company named after their staple food. πŸ˜‰

            • MattD
              December 4, 2015

              Seems reasonable… Seems like i trust onions because here we use it a lot to cook! πŸ˜€

    • Muhammad Yasir
      December 4, 2015

      come now , Balco….
      give the poor guys a chance πŸ˜€

      • balcobomber25
        December 4, 2015

        I’ll give them a chance just not with my wallet!

        • Muhammad Yasir
          December 4, 2015

          ahaha …
          in that case , i should be renounced as a ruthless dictator here …
          i have YET to give anyone a chance πŸ˜€ !

    • john
      December 5, 2015

      From my experience, biggest “possible” issue with Chinese phones is that they ship with custom Android OS and no alternative stock ROM or AOSP ROMs. Play service will crash almost every update and you have to do a lot of work to get it work again, if not need to factory reset…

      • balcobomber25
        December 6, 2015

        You have very little experience with Chinese phones then or you only used cheap ones. Most of us here own Chinese phones (hence why we come to this site) and have no issues with the play store. I have never had it crash after an update and I have used phones from Xiaomi, THL, Gionee, Meizu, Oppo. iOcean, iNew, Cubot, Meizu, Huawei, Lenovo, Jiayu, Coolpad, Doogee, TCL and ZTE.

        • john
          December 6, 2015

          They are all cheap though hehe. Sorry to come off unnecessarily negative. I have Xiaomi Mi Pad and it’s been great, as well as Oppo Ulike that I owned long time ago. But my recent experience with IUNI U3 have been…terrible.

          • balcobomber25
            December 7, 2015

            So because one brand was terrible they all are?

            • john
              December 7, 2015

              I thought I was being very specific when I said:” Android OS and no alternative stock ROM or AOSP ROMs.” I also mentioned possibility of an issue not an absolute. I mean it’s very straight forward: Chinese phones with custom OS have different build and is difficult to make google services work on them, and if they are not popular enough to be supported by AOSP porters you have very VERY few options if there are problems.

              Oh and this is rather minor but rather relevant. If you try to use IUNI U3 or other similar unpopular-in terms of both Android build and dev community- certain exotic features are difficult to obtain. Enabling CIFS VFS on U3 is possible but quite difficult. You need to build the module yourself and it’s difficult with the lack of documentation on both the hardware and the custom IUNI kernel.

            • balcobomber25
              December 7, 2015

              There are several Chinese phones with custom OS that have no issues running Google Services. For all of them there is no need to use an alternative stock ROM or AOSP. IUNI is a side project of Gionee, and they are known to have software issues. Xiaomi and Meizu have no issues with Google Services and they both use a custom OS.

  8. Hsso
    December 4, 2015

    Specs wise its easy to put the best in a smartphone and they did good. Big battery /removable , good camera, big storage, sd card, good screen, and good connectivity , good soc and you’re done …. Pretty easy no ? Easy and all these smartphone selling $700 are missing at least 2 if not 3 of these specs..

  9. Joel Adames
    December 4, 2015

    That SD810 though… :-I

  10. Dante
    December 4, 2015

    pretty awesome i say , if the 5.5 inch ver has a sd808 it would be a killer phone

    • Andi Sykes
      December 4, 2015

      yup, but it could also be a budget MTK octa. Trying to find out what it is now.

    • johndebur
      December 4, 2015

      It is a Mediatek CPU, but doesnt say what exactly

      “eight-core MediaTek”

      http://www.smartcong.com/products/qingcongmetal/param.html

      mtksj claims MT6753

      http://mtksj.com/html/MTKshoujitupian/13002.html

    • Guest
      December 4, 2015

      Instead of putting full hd they would did better putting a better soc..

    • Dante
      December 6, 2015

      oh its an octa πŸ™ , Sd808 is an hexa – it
      here are the posibilities
      Mtk6753 – It will be a no go
      Mtk6795 – If the phone is good it will make an impact in its country
      Sd615/616 – Youll find me crying in the closet

  11. Steven Fox
    December 4, 2015

    With all this Metal phones, I would get Manowar to endorse them πŸ˜€

  12. Daniel Golicki
    December 4, 2015

    Any chance to get them at shop.gizchina.com anytime soon?

  13. mf1gt3r
    December 4, 2015

    Cool buh, can’t trust mainly specs.

  14. tiktaktik
    December 4, 2015

    They should have waited for snap 820. Then mayb it would have been an excellent choice

  15. E8hffff
    December 4, 2015

    Sometimes the brand name can put you right off a purchase.

    • Muhammad Yasir
      December 4, 2015

      really … ?
      this looks like a pretty sweet deal !

      • MattD
        December 4, 2015

        The wonder of being from a not-english-based country… Every English word looks so cool, despite his meaning: now think to buy something called “onion” in your language… It doesn’t seems so cool now, does it? πŸ˜€

        (I’m not English myself, so i won’t be bothered by weird names either, except rare cases)

        • Muhammad Yasir
          December 5, 2015

          i know the chinese are really bad with brand names (silly , but adorable mistakes imo)
          but no , i don’t think every english word is cool , except those which emphasize upon a greater and objective than ordinary words (see , i discriminate b/w words :p , so not so cool after all :D)

          by pretty sweet deal , i was talking about the mobile tho , the budget version … say if resellers arent too greedy and dont go above $160 or so … then its a killer price. the official site is in chinese so no idea about the cpu but i hope its a powerful package for the price.

          • MattD
            December 5, 2015

            I don’t know, maybe it’s just an italian thing: many uses english word in place for italian ones… They means the exact same thing, but sound cooler… But many do the same thing with latin, french and other languages, so i assume it’s a poser thing! πŸ˜€

            However, i highly doubt the budget version will have an helio x10, probably a standard mt6753, so nothing new :-/

            • Muhammad Yasir
              December 5, 2015

              haha , yeah. most english words sound kinda unique and ‘sexy’ when spoken in italian or spanish accent πŸ˜€

              yep its a 53′ as shown on coolicool..

            • MattD
              December 5, 2015

              Good, old, disappointing 6753… At that price point, it would have been almost impossible something better, though

            • Muhammad Yasir
              December 6, 2015

              exactly … so not a bad deal at all.

            • MattD
              December 6, 2015

              If it performs well, sure it could still be a nice deal!

            • Faress ElFarissi
              February 15, 2016

              Better than the damn sd 615

      • E8hffff
        December 5, 2015

        Yep they are good deals. Regarding the 6″ well I categorise that as a small tablet and when comparing to others this device kicks butt. 8MP front camera is nearly unheard of in tablets. The 16MP I would prefer to be 20MP, but still a great combination with the 8MP front. The SD810 would have to the revised version by now, so there wouldn’t be many reasons not to buy this you’re happy with 6i nches.

    • MattD
      December 4, 2015

      …said the man mostly interested in elephone devices… πŸ˜›

    • Riccardo Benzoni
      December 6, 2015

      the first time ever I heard Samsung I was laughing my ass off as weird
      and clumsy this name sounded to me… now it’s considered elite and no
      one bothers to have it printed on front of their smartphone…I believe Elephone sound idiotic in every country of the world tho!

  16. Chris Turner
    December 4, 2015

    It’s not likely to be available worldwide though is it?

  17. Muhammad Yasir
    December 4, 2015

    jingdong mall ?!
    do they ship to pakistan ? (i take it on principle they should,since we are besties with china)

    but if Shallots want to go global (they already have , a/c to author) then they need to be more emergent on popular resellers !

  18. Muhammad Yasir
    December 4, 2015

    i would like to know more about the soc on the budget version AND hopefully a collection of ENGLISH renders of the phone…
    considering they only have them in mandarin atm -_-

    http://www.smartcong.com/products/qingcongmetal/

  19. balcobomber25
    December 4, 2015

    On paper it sounds like a decent phone, but I have a hard time paying that much for a company i have never heard of, especially one named after an onion.

    • MaxPower
      December 4, 2015

      i remember you own an “Apple” laptop, so what’s wrong with onions?

    • MattD
      December 4, 2015

      xD nailed it! Fruit power!

    • MattD
      December 4, 2015

      …but a radioactive rice, transgenically (does this word exists?) mutated to be red, is fine… Doesn’t it?! u.u

      EDIT: i mistakenly took “red rice” as the translation of “xiaomi”… My bad! It’s still a cereal though! πŸ˜€

    • balcobomber25
      December 4, 2015

      I give you an A for effort!

    • balcobomber25
      December 4, 2015

      I own 6 laptops – An Apple, a knock off Apple, 3 Chromebooks and a Surface Pro 3.

      Apple juice is much tastier than onion juice! Apple pie taste better than onion pie. And Applesauce is better than Onion Sauce.

    • MattD
      December 4, 2015

      Thanks, next time I’ll do better, i promise! :’)

    • balcobomber25
      December 4, 2015

      But to answer your question:

      Rice is the staple food of Asia, also one of my favorite foods. Of course I trust an Asian company named after their staple food. πŸ˜‰

    • MattD
      December 4, 2015

      Try and make “soffritto” with an apple… lol

    • MattD
      December 4, 2015

      Seems reasonable… Seems like i trust onions because here we use it a lot to cook! πŸ˜€

    • Guest
      December 4, 2015

      come now , Balco….
      give the poor guys a chance πŸ˜€

    • balcobomber25
      December 4, 2015

      lol well played sir, well played!

    • balcobomber25
      December 4, 2015

      I’ll give them a chance just not with my wallet!

    • Guest
      December 4, 2015

      ahaha …
      in that case , i should be renounced as a ruthless dictator here …
      i have YET to give anyone a chance πŸ˜€ !

    • justyfier
      December 4, 2015

      but onion soup!

    • Akimitsui
      December 4, 2015

      There simply is nothing like eating a raw onion ripped straight from the ground after a long days work…

    • john
      December 5, 2015

      From my experience, biggest “possible” issue with Chinese phones is that they ship with custom Android OS and no alternative stock ROM or AOSP ROMs. Play service will crash almost every update and you have to do a lot of work to get it work again, if not need to factory reset…

    • balcobomber25
      December 6, 2015

      You have very little experience with Chinese phones then or you only used cheap ones. Most of us here own Chinese phones (hence why we come to this site) and have no issues with the play store. I have never had it crash after an update and I have used phones from Xiaomi, THL, Gionee, Meizu, Oppo. iOcean, iNew, Cubot, Meizu, Huawei, Lenovo, Jiayu, Coolpad, Doogee, TCL and ZTE.

    • john
      December 6, 2015

      They are all cheap though hehe. Sorry to come off unnecessarily negative. I have Xiaomi Mi Pad and it’s been great, as well as Oppo Ulike that I owned long time ago. But my recent experience with IUNI U3 have been…terrible.

    • balcobomber25
      December 7, 2015

      So because one brand was terrible they all are?

    • john
      December 7, 2015

      I thought I was being very specific when I said:” Android OS and no alternative stock ROM or AOSP ROMs.” I also mentioned possibility of an issue not an absolute. I mean it’s very straight forward: Chinese phones with custom OS have different build and is difficult to make google services work on them, and if they are not popular enough to be supported by AOSP porters you have very VERY few options if there are problems.

      Oh and this is rather minor but rather relevant. If you try to use IUNI U3 or other similar unpopular-in terms of both Android build and dev community- certain exotic features are difficult to obtain. Enabling CIFS VFS on U3 is possible but quite difficult. You need to build the module yourself and it’s difficult with the lack of documentation on both the hardware and the custom IUNI kernel.

    • balcobomber25
      December 7, 2015

      There are several Chinese phones with custom OS that have no issues running Google Services. For all of them there is no need to use an alternative stock ROM or AOSP. IUNI is a side project of Gionee, and they are known to have software issues. Xiaomi and Meizu have no issues with Google Services and they both use a custom OS.

  20. Guest
    December 4, 2015

    Specs wise its easy to put the best in a smartphone and they did good. Big battery /removable , good camera, big storage, sd card, good screen, and good connectivity , good soc and you’re done …. Pretty easy no ? Easy and all these smartphone selling $700 are missing at least 2 if not 3 of these specs..

  21. SPLEND1D
    December 4, 2015

    here, take my money!

  22. Joel Adames
    December 4, 2015

    That SD810 though… :-I

  23. justyfier
    December 4, 2015

    want!!!

  24. December 4, 2015

    Not a bad looking phone. I would like to know though if native android apps can be installed and run on the CONG OS. And whats the user experience like? I tried to search for cong os but couldnt get any reasonable information.

  25. justyfier
    December 4, 2015

    how is the ui?

  26. E8hffff
    December 4, 2015

    Sometimes the brand name can put you right off a purchase.

    • Guest
      December 4, 2015

      really … ?
      this looks like a pretty sweet deal !

    • MattD
      December 4, 2015

      …said the man mostly interested in elephone devices… πŸ˜›

    • MattD
      December 4, 2015

      The wonder of being from a not-english-based country… Every English word looks so cool, despite his meaning: now think to buy something called “onion” in your language… It doesn’t seems so cool now, does it? πŸ˜€

      (I’m not English myself, so i won’t be bothered by weird names either, except rare cases)

    • Guest
      December 5, 2015

      i know the chinese are really bad with brand names (silly , but adorable mistakes imo)
      but no , i don’t think every english word is cool , except those which emphasize upon a greater and objective than ordinary words (see , i discriminate b/w words :p , so not so cool after all :D)

      by pretty sweet deal , i was talking about the mobile tho , the budget version … say if resellers arent too greedy and dont go above $160 or so … then its a killer price. the official site is in chinese so no idea about the cpu but i hope its a powerful package for the price.

    • MattD
      December 5, 2015

      I don’t know, maybe it’s just an italian thing: many uses english word in place for italian ones… They means the exact same thing, but sound cooler… But many do the same thing with latin, french and other languages, so i assume it’s a poser thing! πŸ˜€

      However, i highly doubt the budget version will have an helio x10, probably a standard mt6753, so nothing new :-/

    • Guest
      December 5, 2015

      haha , yeah. most english words sound kinda unique and ‘sexy’ when spoken in italian or spanish accent πŸ˜€

      yep its a 53′ as shown on coolicool..

    • MattD
      December 5, 2015

      Good, old, disappointing 6753… At that price point, it would have been almost impossible something better, though

    • E8hffff
      December 5, 2015

      Yep they are good deals. Regarding the 6″ well I categorise that as a small tablet and when comparing to others this device kicks butt. 8MP front camera is nearly unheard of in tablets. The 16MP I would prefer to be 20MP, but still a great combination with the 8MP front. The SD810 would have to the revised version by now, so there wouldn’t be many reasons not to buy this you’re happy with 6i nches.

    • Guest
      December 6, 2015

      exactly … so not a bad deal at all.

    • MattD
      December 6, 2015

      If it performs well, sure it could still be a nice deal!

    • Riccardo Benzoni
      December 6, 2015

      the first time ever I heard Samsung I was laughing my ass off as weird
      and clumsy this name sounded to me… now it’s considered elite and no
      one bothers to have it printed on front of their smartphone…I believe Elephone sound idiotic in every country of the world tho!

    • Faress ElFarissi
      February 16, 2016

      Better than the damn sd 615

  27. Akimitsui
    December 4, 2015

    Everything looks great… just the Android UI…. I’m sure most of us here want to know how the UI fairs

    • Faress ElFarissi
      February 15, 2016

      For me i see it looks a good ui but

  28. Guest
    December 4, 2015

    jingdong mall ?!
    do they ship to pakistan ? (i take it on principle they should,since we are besties with china)

    but if Shallots want to go global (they already have , a/c to author) then they need to be more emergent on popular resellers !

  29. Guest
    December 4, 2015

    i would like to know more about the soc on the budget version AND hopefully a collection of ENGLISH renders of the phone…
    considering they only have them in mandarin atm -_-

    http://www.smartcong.com/products/qingcongmetal/

  30. SPLEND1D
    December 4, 2015

    here, take my money!

  31. justyfier
    December 4, 2015

    want!!!

  32. Michael Ogbonnaya
    December 4, 2015

    Not a bad looking phone. I would like to know though if native android apps can be installed and run on the CONG OS. And whats the user experience like? I tried to search for cong os but couldnt get any reasonable information.

  33. justyfier
    December 4, 2015

    how is the ui?

  34. Akimitsui
    December 4, 2015

    Everything looks great… just the Android UI…. I’m sure most of us here want to know how the UI fairs

    • Faress ElFarissi
      February 16, 2016

      For me i see it looks a good ui but

  35. December 4, 2015
  36. john
    December 5, 2015

    Not sure though, I got burned so badly from IUNI U3 I don’t want to touch another Chinese phone with non-stock android…

    • Jacky Lau
      December 5, 2015

      What was wrong with the U3?

      • john
        December 6, 2015

        I don’t think the problem is inherent to U3 only, I guess it also applies to other chinese phones with custom ROM.
        IUNI OS is simply terrible. Bad/partial translations and very limited functionality. Installing Google services and Play store in it is a nightmare. Each update tends to break the Google services and you need to spend quite lot of time just fixing it. Custom roms are also not available… few apps incompatible as well.

        I would only recommend U3 if you are happy with non-Google apps.

        • Codyjack
          December 6, 2015

          Try the MIUI rom. It works perfect for the phone.

  37. john
    December 5, 2015

    Not sure though, I got burned so badly from IUNI U3 I don’t want to touch another Chinese phone with non-stock android…

    • Jacky Lau
      December 5, 2015

      What was wrong with the U3?

    • john
      December 6, 2015

      I don’t think the problem is inherent to U3 only, I guess it also applies to other chinese phones with custom ROM.
      IUNI OS is simply terrible. Bad/partial translations and very limited functionality. Installing Google services and Play store in it is a nightmare. Each update tends to break the Google services and you need to spend quite lot of time just fixing it. Custom roms are also not available… few apps incompatible as well.

      I would only recommend U3 if you are happy with non-Google apps.

    • Codyjack
      December 6, 2015

      Try the MIUI rom. It works perfect for the phone.

  38. Shriram
    December 5, 2015

    I Bet this will be rebranded by ‘Yu’ as Yutopia! What do you guys think?

    • Jacky Lau
      December 6, 2015

      I doubt the Yutopia will be 6 inches.

    • FixerZ
      April 14, 2016

      Damn man! Micromax just did that(canvas 6)….. These guys are godfather of baba ramdev.
      Can’t innovative, copy others right away

  39. Guest
    December 6, 2015

    I Bet this will be rebranded by ‘Yu’ as Yutopia! What do you guys think?

    • Jacky Lau
      December 7, 2015

      I doubt the Yutopia will be 6 inches.

    • FixerZ
      April 14, 2016

      Damn man! Micromax just did that(canvas 6)….. These guys are godfather of baba ramdev.
      Can’t innovative, copy others right away

  40. Xiaolu
    December 6, 2015

    The first Chinese phone maker to launch a device with OS of your choice would SELL LOADS of it. I’m thinking about, ofc, Android (MIUI, CM, stock, Flyme…) but also Windows 10 and Ubuntu (or others). They’re running out of Unique Selling Propositions, and that could be a really interesting one, without needing to invest on your own CPU design or so.

    • Assefa Hanson
      December 31, 2015

      but its hard to make the green lights to use all those skins

  41. Xiaolu
    December 6, 2015

    The first Chinese phone maker to launch a device with OS of your choice would SELL LOADS of it. I’m thinking about, ofc, Android (MIUI, CM, stock, Flyme…) but also Windows 10 and Ubuntu (or others). They’re running out of Unique Selling Propositions, and that could be a really interesting one, without needing to invest on your own CPU design or so.

    • Assefa Hanson
      December 31, 2015

      but its hard to make the green lights to use all those skins

  42. justyfier
    December 15, 2015

    Now for sale at geekbuying

  43. justyfier
    December 15, 2015

    Now for sale at geekbuying

  44. Faress ElFarissi
    February 15, 2016

    Hi frienda
    Did anyone knows if this phone has notification led ?

  45. Faress ElFarissi
    February 16, 2016

    Hi frienda
    Did anyone knows if this phone has notification led ?