If I were to say Doro Liberto 810 to someone then the likelihood is that it would mean nothing and that‚Äôs simply because, when it comes to Android, the name Doro doesn‚Äôt really mean anything to anyone. On our sister site Land of Technology, we have been dealing with the company for some time now and have reviewed a number of their products which to date have mainly been flip based handsets with a propriety software designed to make the lives of phone users so much easier.
DORO LIBERTO 810
Today the company have announced their first ever Android and second ever smart phone, the¬†Doro Liberto 810.
Doro have omitted specific details such as CPU and RAM from press release and marketing for the handset which makes perfect sense as the handset, though being Android, is overlaid with their very own Doro experience. The handset isn‚Äôt aimed at any other market than the market in which Doro operate just now so specs really don‚Äôt matter.
Doro have also chose to add SwiftKey into the phone to give users the same “ease of use” experience they had on the non smart phones.
We will have the handset in the next few weeks to review so if you have any questions about it, don‚Äôt hesitate to drop us a message anywhere and ask them.
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Doro is now revealing its most anticipated mobile phone to date ‚Äď the company‚Äôs second smartphone Doro Liberto¬ģ 810. This sleek and stylish handset takes the concept of easy-to-use mobiles even further into the smartphone arena. Doro Liberto¬ģ 810 will be launched in September, with a gradual introduction in Doro‚Äôs key markets during the fourth quarter of 2013.
Doro has fused deep consumer insight with the latest smartphone technology to create an easy and effortless product, and made functions such as sharing photographs and sending emails easier.
‚ÄúOur latest smartphone combines all the functionality of a mainstream handset with everything at the core of Doro. It is this very ‚ÄėDNA‚Äô that has solidified us as the clear world-leader in easy-to-use mobile phones‚ÄĚ, says J√©r√īme Arnaud, President and CEO at Doro in a comment.
The easy-to-use Doro Liberto¬ģ 810 enables people to do more, connect more and share more. The device offers a straightforward menu structure with sharp and crisp icons giving access to the most useful features. The Doro Liberto¬ģ 810‚Äôs ergonomic design, soft touch casing, comfortable size and weight, mean it can be handled and operated with both confidence and ease.
The trio of physical keys located on the front screen further differentiate the handset from other products. These keys enable faster access and provide a positive tactile response when pressed. An intelligent touchscreen keyboard powered by SwiftKey¬ģ and specifically adapted to senior audience learns the nuances and preferences of the individual user.
Users also benefit from choice and freedom of content, with access to Doro‚Äôs own selection of the best apps, or those downloadable from Google Play‚ĄĘ. The operating system is Android‚ĄĘ 4.1 with Doro‚Äôs own software Doro Experience¬ģ installed as the user interface allowing the user or his relatives to program the content of the phone.