Doro Liberto 810 is an Android smartphone aimed at the tech illiterate

Jordan O'Brien
September 6, 2013

Doro aren’t particularly well known for its smartphone range, although it has released one before, in the way of the Doro PhoneEasy 740. Now it is hoping to make an even more advanced smartphone, whilst maintaining the simplicity it is known for, with the Doro Liberto 810.

The Liberto 810 is much like other Doro phones, in the way it is aimed at people who may not be so good with technology — with an extremely simplified overlay of the Android 4.1 operating system.

Doro hopes that the overlay it has included will make the Liberto 810 “the world’s most liberating smartphone.”

It didn’t just slap on a simple overlay though, Doro also included SwiftKey — an incredibly popular replacement to the stock Android keyboard, which learns exactly how you type.

Being a Doro phone, the Liberto 810 has an incredibly basic spec sheet, with a 4-inch display capable 800×480 resolution. As for the internals, that is currently unknown.

A 5-megapixel camera should help you take some photos, but don’t go expecting impeccable looking photos.

A microSD card slot allows for extra storage, on whatever is included, and you’ll also get the usual suspects such as Bluetooth, GPS and 3G — although it’s not capable of connecting to a 4G LTE network.

The Liberto 810 is set to hit the UK in October, but pricing is yet to be announced.

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