Indicates how much radiation the phone emits with a standard called the "Specific Absoption Rate" as measured by the EU. The lower, the better. In New Zealand and most countries, the maximum allowed rate is 2.0 W/kg.
Uses satellites to find your position. A-GPS also uses the cellular network, and S-GPS allows the phone to receive both GPS and voice data simultaneously
GPS, Glonass, Beidou, Galileo, QZSS
Rear camera resolution
Front camera resolution
Power & Battery
Internal storage size
Supported memory media
MicroSD (Up to 1TB)
Second generation network (2G) is the most common network type, and includes GSM and GPRS. 2.75G is often of EDGE/EGPRS type. Third generation (3G) includes UMTS (W-CDMA) and is fast (useful for mobile internet).