No, the Mitac MIO Leap K1 is NOT water resistant
Devices backed by an international standard rating of IP68 can withstand certain levels of dust, dirt, and sand, and are resistant to submersion up to a maximum depth of 1.5m in freshwater for up to thirty minutes.
No, the Mitac MIO Leap K1 is NOT 5G Ready
With 5G, large amounts of data can be transmitted more efficiently than 4G LTE. That simply means faster downloads and blazing fast connections for more connected devices than ever before.5G offers faster streaming and better gaming performance.
No, the Mitac MIO Leap K1 was discontinued
The Mitac MIO Leap K1 first launched on 2008, June. Released 2009, October .
No, the Mitac MIO Leap K1 CANNOT charge wirelessly
Wireless chargers generally use magnetic induction. It uses electromagnetic to transmit energy between a wireless charger and a device.With these types of phone, you typically charge it by placing it on the charger (usually sold separately).
No, the Mitac MIO Leap K1 does NOT support fast charging
Fast Charging is a term frequently used to market chargers and devices capable of charging faster than the current charging standard (5 Watts). The different types of fast charging are : quick charge , adaptive fast charging and apple fast charging.
No, the Mitac MIO Leap K1 does NOT support dual sim cards
A SIM card also known as subscriber identity module or subscriber identification module. You can search for mobile phones with dual sim cards on Technobezz.
Mitac MIO Leap K1 was announced on 2008, June. Released 2009, October
The Mitac MIO Leap K1 was announced on 2008, June. Released 2009, October . Availability can vary by regions and countries.
Yes, the Mitac MIO Leap K1 was discontinued
The battery type on the Mitac MIO Leap K1 is a Removable Li-Ion 790 mAh battery; A regular phone has a battery capacity of 2500 mAh battery, which will roughly last for a day. On the other hand a larger battery capacity (4000 mAh, for instance) may typically need fewer recharges - this tends to make your phone battery life last longer.
The resolution of the Mitac MIO Leap K1 is 240 x 320 pixels, 4:3 ratio (~154 ppi density) , the display type entails a 2.6 inches, 20.9 cm2 (~37.2% screen-to-body ratio) ,.