There are lots of widgets on this phone that provide quick access to social networking websites such as Twitter, Facebook, and Photobucket. The phone also comes in handy for email as it supports POP3, corporate email and IMAP4 email accounts, as well as Gmail.
There are a host of Google applications on deck such as Google Talk, Gmail, Google Search, Google Maps, and YouTube. Other features, although more basic, are calculator, voice command, visual voice mail, Wi-Fi, internal compass, and stereo Bluetooth. The browser supports Flash Lite.
The Devour’s 3.2 megapixel camera can capture images in three different resolutions, although it pales in comparison with other camera phones as it comes with color effects as the only editing option. However, users can geotag captured images. There is a photo gallery which allows users to manage their photos after taking them.
The camcorder can shoot clips at about 23 frames every second available in four quality settings. The Devour’s internal memory is pegged at 224 MB with an additional 8 GB memory thanks to its microSD card. The phone can accommodate more cards for a maximum memory storage of 32 GB.
There is also a music player which has playlist, repeat and shuffle modes. Audio files can be transferred from a PC to the phone through a memory card of USB cable.
Being an Android phone, the Devour has access to tons of apps and games. These can be accessed or downloaded directly on the phone. There are two pre-set apps on the phone that get many rave reviews- the Phone Portal that allows connection to a PC through Wi-Fi and GPS for easier file transfer. There is also the Media Share application allowing more convenient transfer of media files with another compatible device.