The Innostream INNO A20 was a thin and portable phone with a 23mm profile that was first unveiled in July 2005. It weighed only 105g. Despite having minimal specs, it included a 176×220 pixel display and a basic 64MB of internal storage that could be expanded with an MMC port. The phone also included a video recorder and a 2MP camera, both of which were noteworthy for their time. The smartphone was powered by a 780mAh Li-Ion battery, which was adequate for daily use. The INNO A20, which provided necessary functions in a portable form, served as a representation of mobile phone technology in the middle of the 2000s.
Design and Display
With dimensions of 93.9 x 46.4 x 23 mm and a light weight of 105g, the phone’s design and display are distinguished by their portability. For connectivity, a Mini-SIM card can fit inside. This device’s main display is a TFT panel with 256K color support and a resolution of 176 × 220 pixels, which at the time of its debut offered a respectable visual experience. Additionally, it has a second external TFT display with 256K colors and a 96 × 96 pixel resolution. Due to the practicality and usability of these display components, the phone is a useful option for its era.
The Innostream INNO A20 has a 2 MP single-lens main camera, which is supplemented by an LED flash to improve photos in low light. This camera system is ideal for both photography and video demands because it enables users to capture moments with respectable clarity and brightness and video recording. Although its specifications may not be as advanced as those of modern smartphones, the addition of these features at the time of its release significantly increased its functionality.
The phone features a simple yet adequate memory configuration. The phone has an MMC card slot for expandable storage, enabling users to add more memory as needed. The phone comes with 64MB of internal memory as standard, however, users who need additional room for storage can choose to upgrade to 128MB. Additionally, it supports photo calls and can save up to 1,000 phonebook entries, making it useful for maintaining connections that are well-organized and simple to find. The phone offers its users simple but useful memory features by managing up to 20 received, called, and missed calls for call records.
Sound and Features
The Innostream INNO A20 comes with a variety of sound and feature options to improve functionality. Users can personalize their call and message notifications with a range of alert styles, including vibration and the opportunity to download polyphonic or MP3 ringtones. Data transfer and connecting options are made possible by the inclusion of an infrared connector and a proprietary USB connection. With pre-installed games and the option to download more, gamers will have fun, while Java support (MIDP 2.0) offers up more application possibilities.
Predictive text input, a multimedia MP3/AAC/MP4 player, a voice memo for quick notes, and an organizer for task scheduling and management are just a few examples of useful features. The phone also has a stopwatch for keeping track of the passing of time. It provides SMS, MMS, and email services for communication, and WAP 2.0 allows for browsing, giving its customers access to a wide range of functions.
The phone is run by a detachable Li-Ion battery, which makes battery replacement simple for consumers. With the help of this feature, users may increase the battery life of their phones, giving them more freedom and ease when managing their power.