This will not be a support thread, this is strictly for reference only so please post questions in the proper threads and subforums. If you do post in this thread I will have to request it be removed.
If I miss something, or links/mirrors are broken then PM me know so I can update. My time will be limited so please understand that updates may not be right away. If more than two weeks pass without an update then PM me with a gentle reminder. Should it happen that my time become even more limited, I will hand the tread over to someone that can maintain it until I can free up time (I think we can still do this).
This will be the first place to look for information, files, guides and links to external sources for the Omate TrueSmart and Pearl Aw-414/420. Once everything gets in place, please refer users to this thread first to help keep other threads clean. I will have limited time so I will not reformat and duplicate this in a wiki as this thread should be more than enough to help folks out.
[COLOR="Red"]*All info in this thread will be checked and will have reference links whenever possible. Should there be a conflict of information from sources it will defer to the core source. This means that Android policy comes from Google, HW specs comes from the hardware manufacturer, firmware version info comes from the OEM and so on.
(Slight variations between brands. I will note the differences at a future date) GENERAL 2G Network GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 - all models 3G Network HSDPA 1900 - U.S. Model, HSDPA 2100 - International Model SIM Micro-SIM Announced 2013, August Status Available
BODY Material Zinc Alloy (most models), Stainless Steel Alloy (TrueSmart), Aluminium Alloy ("Omate Elegance" series) Dimensions 45 x 45 x 15 mm Weight varies (most models) , ~100 g (TrueSmart), unknown ("Elegance" series)
DISPLAY Type LG IPS capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors Size 240 x 240 pixels, 1.54 inches (~221 ppi pixel density) Multitouch Yes Protection Unknown (Sapphire Crystal coating is stated to be on the TrueSmart but has not been confrimed)
SOUND Alert types Vibration; MP3, WAV ringtones Loudspeaker Yes 3.5mm jack No
MEMORY Card slot microSD, up to 32 GB Internal 4/8 GB
DATA GPRS Yes EDGE Yes Speed HSDPA, 7.2 Mbps; HSUPA; (reports of speeds in excess of 8Mbps have been reported) WLAN Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n DLNA, Wi-Fi Direct, Wi-Fi hotspot Bluetooth Yes, v3.0 with A2DP, LE, EDR (v4.0 capable) NFC No Infrared port No USB Yes, microUSB v2.0
CAMERA Primary 3 MP (5MP Interpolation) Features geo-tagging, face and smile detection, image stabilization, panorama, HDR Video Yes, 720Pp@30fp Secondary No
FEATURES OS Android OS, v4.2.2 (Jelly Bean) Chipset Mediatek MT6572 CPU Dual-core 1.3 GHz Cortex-A7 (1.0GHz for 1GB RAM models) GPU Mali-400 RAM 512MB/1GB Sensors Accelerometer, compass, gyroscope Messaging SMS(threaded view), MMS, Email, Push Mail, IM, RSS Browser HTML5 FM Radio No GPS Yes, with A-GPS support Java Yes, via Java MIDP emulator Colors Black
Official TWRP Custom Recovery support (root and additional download required)
IP67 (This may no longer hold true as the testing procedure did not meet IEC standards)
TrueSmart OStore (TrueSmart Only)
BATTERY Capacity Li-Ion 600mAH (User replaceable) Stand-by Up to 100 h (Cellular) / Up to 400 h (Companion) Talk time Up to 4 h (Cellular) / Up to 12 h (Companion)
Model- TrueSmart 512/4 EU 2100 Firmware- STOCK 20140120 Firmware with Sensor Fix CPU Clock- 1.3GHz Cellular- On (DATA on) WiFi- On (not connected) BT- On (not connected) GPS- On (not connected) Volume- 100% Screen Brightness- 50% Results format- D/H/M/S Syncing Apps- None
RAM usage (active + cached) after factory reset and 5min "stabilization" period= @280MB
(Results are an average of three runs with a full reboot and 5min "stabilization" period in between each run) AnTuTu X- 11162 Basemark ES 2.0-Taiji Free- 58.14 CFBench (Native/Java/Overall)- 12127/4651/7641 Linpack for Android (Multithread)- 82.193 NenaMark2- 70.1 Smartbench 2012 (default)- 2174/3298
[Sunspider 1.0.2 (WiFi used)- 1739.4 Peacekeeper (WiFi used)- 506 WebXPRT 2013 Overall Score (WiFi used)- 140 +/-3
Video Playback Test Test file- Family Guy-its A Trap.m4v (702MB, 56.35min, 624x352, 1734kbps) Starting Battery Level- 100% Total time til 15% Warning- 00:03:47:16
Web Browsing Test (WiFi used, ideal 3G/HSPA+ usage times can be expected to be approximately 30-45min shorter) Total time til 15% Warning- 00:02:20:38
Netflix Streaming Video Playback Test (WiFi used, ideal 3G/HSPA+ usage times can be expected to be approximately 30-45min shorter) View- Full screen Total time til 15% Warning- 00:02:08:35
Standby Clean Standby
Cellular on and connected, excellent signal, WiFi/BT/GPS off, no apps syncing (This is the same test manufacturers use when reporting standby times) Total time til 15% Warning- 216 - 264 hours (with EnSec patch)
Screen on (Omatefaces Analog2) Total time til 15% Warning- 00:07:16:24 (with EnSec patch)
"Lazy Mode" Standby Test (This consists of all radios on, only Cellular connected, Calendar, G+, Gmail, Hangouts syncing in default sync cycles) Total time til 15% Warning- 72 - 120 hours (with EnSec patch)
"Factory Mode Menu
工厂模式（Gōng chǎng mó shì）=factory model
完整测试（Wán zhěng cè shì）=complete testing
单项测试(Dān xiàng cè shì)=single testing
测试报告（Cè shì bào gào）=test report
清除e MMC（Qīng chú e MMC）=Clear/Remove/reset e MMC
版本信息（Bǎn běn xìn xī）=Version Information
重启手机（Chóng qǐ shǒu jī）= restarting the phone
Active will be defined as updates or new releases within the past two months. Inactive will be defined as no activity for two to six months. Abandoned will be defined as no activity for more than six months. Final should be consider finished and closed. [/COLOR]
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