...quick update on quality of the phone calls. Well it looks like it had something to do with the apps I installed on it. After a hard reset I haven't had a bad phone call yet (let's be optimistic).
What's in the box... I shipped it through UPS (not EMS, what I shoud've done) inside the package was a small carton box with DHL tape all over it (I'm guessing it was ordered from somewhere else), it was unopened (so I assume that it was tested wherever it came from, or not). Inside the dhl box was a black box (with all the stuff), no photo, brand, specification info on it, all it has are 3 small stickers: (1) made in china, (2) CVFD - M180 (this indicates phone model i.e. Novus, (3) QC PASSED 17.
Full battery charge takes approx. 3 hours and you can also charge it over USB cable, plugging it into usb port.
What's in the box:
-- Two 2800mAh batteries (white), Nominal Voltage:3.7V, Charging voltage limit:4.2V, implementation of standards:GB/T 18287-2000
-- 3.5mm earphones with clip (low quality)
-- USB cable that can be connected to...
-- power adapter (100-240V) for charging
-- Pocket size manual (not too specific)
If you can't log into android market you need to do "factory data reset" and sign-in to it on boot-up it will try to log-in through your internet data service if this will fail, it'll try to do it over wifi. Now you can install some apps from the market.
List of apps installed on Eclipse Novus Dual Sim:
Advanced Task Killer
ES File Explorer
YouTube (some videos won't play, probably flash related problems)
Some file testing with out of the box apps only.
yes: 3gp, mov, mp4
no: avi, flv, wmv,
yes: mp3, ogg, wav
no:ac3, aiff, flac, wma
yes: bmp, gif, ico, jpg, png
no: psd, pcx
As in linux OS it doesn't really need an extension, will recognize file without it. If e.g. you have file "trailer.mp4" and rename it to "trailer", it'll be played.
...and some other 3, I'm guessing:
I'm still in a process of figuring it out...