Home Videocon Phones Videocon V1412 Videocon V1412 Specs No User reviews yet Videocon V1412 User reviews Battery 1800 mAh Display 1.8 inches 160 x 128 pixels Camera 0.3 MP VGA (Single camera) Storage , microSD Description The Videocon V1412 is a dual SIM candybar phone with a 1.77-inch color display, VGA camera, video player, FM radio and music player. Cons Lacks Wi-Fi The camera lacks flash Specs Compare Display Size: 1.8 inches Resolution: 160 x 128 pixels, 116 PPI Colors: 65 536 Hardware Storage expansion: microSD Device type: Feature phone Battery Capacity: 1800 mAh Type: User replaceable Camera Rear: Single camera Main camera: 0.3 MP VGA Video recording: Yes Design Features: Numeric keypad, D-Pad, Soft keys Cellular Dual SIM: Yes Multimedia Speakers: Earpiece, Loudspeaker Radio: FM, Recording option, Internal antenna Despite our efforts to provide full and correct Videocon V1412 specifications, there is always a possibility of admitting a mistake. If you see any wrong or incomplete data, please LET US KNOW. If you are interested in using our specs commercially, check out our Phone specs database licensing page. Latest News Google Photos adding option to tailor your memories based on your activity Can iPhone users switch for a Galaxy Ring as it turns Samsung Health into a walled garden? Amazon Spring Sale in 2024: is the event coming and what to expect Walmart offers the budget Sony WF-C500 at discounted prices, making them even more affordable Riding the Galaxy Ring wave? Honor is working on its first smart ring and flip phone The Galaxy Watch 6 Classic with LTE is in the spotlight at Samsung; now up to $330 off with a trade-in Popular stories Is Gmail shutting down? Yes and no, but here’s the full story from Google M1 iPad Pro ages into affordability as retailer slashes price to clear space for new models AT&T credits customer $52.50 for Thursday's fiasco; you can ask for a credit too Walmart's deal on the JBL Xtreme 3 lets you crank up the beat at a bargain price Delicious Surface Pro 9 deal at Amazon lets you step up your productivity game on the cheap Is T-Mobile and its app-less phone about to make app developers obsolete?