Now features, please keep in mind this is a phone that costs no more than $90. As such, it does come with a pretty decent set of features, actually the only missing feature is high-speed connectivity. For international traveling we have the following 2G GSM set of frequencies; 850 / 900 / 1800 and 1900. No 3G or Wi-Fi. For local connectivity we have Bluetooth v2.1 with AD2P and a microUSB slot, the phone's internal memory is limited at a stunningly low 30 MB, so this means you will definitely need a microUSB card. The phone's external memory limit is 8GB, it can support a microSD card or a microSDHC card.
The camera is a 1.3 MP snapper, capable of shooting a maximum resolution of 1280 x 960 pixels. The entire interface is very well organized and aimed very deliberately at children, there are no advance shooting modes, only frames such as Santa Clause, Clown, TV Set etc. there is also Mosaic shots and a continuous frame shooting mode. Pictures turn out dull and completely lacking in fine detail, but this is a measly 1.3 MP snapper. Don't forget. Videos are shot at a paltry 15 FPS QCIF, not even worth MMS purposes.
The video player is rather useless, it plays only 3GP and MP4 files, take care to play videos one resolution beneath the phone's native resolution, or videos will be choppy.
The phone's music player is where the Champ comes into its own, The phone has a relatively simple, but good player. Album art is supported and so are equalizer features, also on board is the fake 3D surround sound with the uniquely placed ear pieces. The loud speaker is very loud, plus the Champ has an inbuilt antenna , so no more need for those pesky earphones to fire up your radio.There is no GPS or A-GPS.
The Champ comes with a full organizer, which has; Alarm clock, Calender, Stopwatch, Calculator, Java, Voice Recorder, Facebook, Twitter, Image Editor and finally the Memo app. The Champ comes in the following colors, all of which do look very appealing; Deep black, Espresso brown, Sweet pink, and Chic white.