Manufacturer claims its second smartphone takes “easy-to-use mobiles even further into the smartphone arena”
Doro will release its second smartphone in the UK next month – the Liberto 810. It will its second smartphone following the PhoneEasy 740,which was launched at Mobile World Congress last year.
The Liberto 810 runs the Android 4.1 operating system, with the company’s own Doro Experience user interface lying on top of the OS. It is 12.5mm thick and weighs 132g.
It has a 3.4-inch screen with three physical buttons (‘menu’, ‘back’ and ‘home’) situated on a panel below, as well as a five megapixel camera, FM radio, torch and 1,500mAh battery that provides up to 11 hours of talk time.
Details of retailer availability in the UK will be released next month.
The manufacturer described the Liberto 810 as “taking the concept of easy-to-use mobiles even further into the smartphone arena”.
Doro president and CEO Jérôme Arnaud said: “Our latest smartphone combines all the functionality of a mainstream handset with everything at the core of Doro. It is this very DNA that has solidified us as the clear world-leader in easy-to-use mobile phones.”