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  2. Vernee surprises us this time with a ruggedized smartphone, Vernee Active. As we already know, the brand is known for delighting us with very accessible, modern and enjoyable quality phones, such as the Vernee MIX 2. However, this time it wanted to venture into the world of all ruggedized smartphones that, in general, has an incredible appearance. Following this line of ruggedized smartphones, the Vernee Active has an excellent design and performance, kindly read our brief review of all its features and full specifications. Design It has a 2.5D double curvature design; this confers a different grip experience that is far from a traditional ruggedized phone. The shiny black PC material on the back panel gives Vernee Active a beautiful, modern look. According to Vernee, it is a smartphone at the military level. It is made of aluminum alloy frame together with TPU on the top and bottom. This combination went through almost 300 endurance tests, where the six sides and the four corners endured the fall tests without any problems. In addition, it presents double CD reinforced screws. The Kevlar material has been used for the back shell. Thus it will have the ability to resist sliding and wear and stains. In addition, this material has a unique tactile feel, which combined with the shiny black frame will give you a unique grip. Vernee constantly adjusted the design and gave the Vernee Active phone a size of 156.7 x 80 x 11.2mm, so the Active has a traditional 5.0-inch smartphone body. However, the company managed to fit a 5.5-inch screen. The precise weight and size offer a good feeling when holding it, being easier to transport, standing out from other ruggedized mobiles. Resistances The Vernee Active has the IP68 waterproof certificate. It is also dustproof and fall resistant. No matter the water, the snow, the highlands or the desert, it will work perfectly, no matter how the environment changes.The Vernee Active has waterproof structural safety, which will prevent you from worrying about water. You can submerge up to 1.5m deep and work without problems for 30 minutes inside water. Also, not only is 99% dustproof, its excellent sealing allows you to prevent sediment from entering. Even in a muddy environment, the Vernee Active can be used without problems. Likewise, it will be your great companion. It does not matter if it is located in the North Pole or a very hot desert area; it resists temperatures between -30 ° C and 60 ° C. Screen It has a 5.5-inch JDI screen resolution 1980 x 1080. It is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass, and after several tests of resistance to shock, it was found that the tenacity is five times higher than that of normal glass. Due to the saturation of 85% of the color and the unique technology of light sensation, it will be able to see even under the sun. Hardware The Vernee Active is equipped with a Helio P25 Octa-core processor with powerful performance. Compared to the last generation, performance increased by 25% and energy consumption decreased by 30%. It is considered one of the fastest ruggedized phones. Being equipped with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, plus the Helio P25 with customized VOS system, the Vernee Active will give you a very fast and fluid experience. It does not matter if they are heavy games or multiple applications, the system will always work quickly. Camera The smartphone has a 16.0MP Sony rear camera and 8.0MP front camera. It is compatible with PDAF technology and will capture everything incredibly; you can also take pictures underwater. The large aperture F2.2 and RWB technology help to obtain an excellent picture, even at night. Connectivity It is equipped with the incredible network of 6 modes of 28 bands. You can use the 4G network in most countries, so you will not have to change your phone when you travel. The Vernee Active supports dual-band 2.4GHz / 5.GHz WiFi, being super-fast when you browse the Internet. Also, it supports the Bluetooth 4.0 and OTG function, very convenient for connecting other devices. Also, the latest NFC technology will allow you to have a more secure and faster connection. It is compatible with the P sensor, the L sensor, the gravity sensor, the gyroscope and the compass. This will accompany you at any time when you are away from home. Likewise, it has a GLONASS + GPS dual navigation system, which will give it an even better outdoor use experience. FDD_LTE/TDD_TLE/WCDMA/GSM/GPRS/EDGE/EVDO TDD_LTE: 38/39/40/41 FDD_LTE: 1/2/3/4/5/7/8/12/17/19/20/26 TD-SCDMA: 34/39 WCDMA : B1/2/4/5/8 C2K : BC0 GSM : B2/3/5/8 Battery The large 4200mAh battery gives the Vernee Active a long life. Due to many optimized functions, it can be on hold up to 580 hours. When used daily outdoors, the battery can last 2.5 days. A smart key has been placed on the left side of the Vernee Active. Pressing it will quickly enter the resistance mode and the waiting times will be extended to 620 hours. Depending on the situation, you can easily control the energy consumption and the time of use. For more informatio please visit Vernee Active. Youtube review
  3. The Elephone S8 may share its moniker with Samsung’s latest flagship, but Chinese manufacturer Elephone isn’t a household name yet, at least in this part of the world. Famed for its low-cost devices which often bear more than a passing resemblance to rival phones, Elephone has traditionally focused on offering impressive specs and power for a budget price. The S8 is no exception, it boasts a fantastic quad-HD resolution display which is almost entirely bezel-free. Retailing at around £180, the S8 certainly packs a punch when compared to the Android budget competition. Design While the use of glossy, fingerprint-attracting plastic on the back of the device is disappointing, the chassis is aluminum and gives the phone a reassuring heft. The volume and power buttons are both metal too, and can be found on the right-hand edge of the handset. The SIM card tray (which can accept two different Nano SIMs at once) is on the left edge, while on the bottom you’ll find the USB Type-C port and the single speaker. There’s no 3.5mm headphone socket, but Elephone has included a USB Type-C to 3.5mm port adapter so you can still use your old cans. The first thing that hits you when you pick up the Elephone S8 is that massive 6-inch, 2K resolution screen, which fills almost the entirety of the phone’s front. True to form, Elephone has been a bit cheeky here and copied the design of the Xiaomi Mi Mix, so while it’s almost bezel-free for the most part, at the bottom there’s a space for the home button and the 8-megapixel front-facing camera. Because the selfie cam is on the bottom edge of the handset, you have to turn it upside down to take a shot, which takes some getting used to. With its 2560 x 1440 pixel resolution, the screen on the S8 is undoubtedly the star of the show. Not only is it pin-sharp, colours look vibrant and contrast is excellent. Viewing angles are rock-solid, too. Performance A MediaTek Helio X25 deca-core CPU is running the show here, and while this isn’t a setup which is likely to trouble flagships handsets from Sony, HTC or Samsung, it’s more than adequate for most users. With 4GB of RAM keeping things ticking over, I didn’t notice any sluggishness or awkward pauses during typical day-to-day usage and the S8 was capable of toggling between applications easily, even quite demanding processes like playing back HD video on YouTube. Camera Surprisingly for a Chinese-made phone, the Elephone S8 doesn’t jump on the dual-camera bandwagon and instead chooses to focus on a single snapper. The 21-megapixel sensor is, according to the marketing material, designed to maximise detail in low-light environments. While the quality of the captured images is decent enough, with minimal compression and good colour replication, it takes so long to focus and capture a shot that most of the time it’s almost impossible to get the snap you want. Battery life Elephone has wisely included big battery to go along with that big screen. The 4000mAh power cell is larger than that found on other market-leading devices, and while low-cost Chinese phones are rarely as well optimised when it comes to power consumption, we were able to make it through a whole 24 hours without any major issues. Fast-charging is supported, so topping up that roomy battery isn’t too much of a headache, it takes around an hour and a half to fully charge, which isn’t bad when you consider the size of the cell. for more information please visit Elephone S8 Youtube review Thank you
  4. Hi, I hope this is not the wrong place for the review :) I present the MINIX NEO N42C-4 mini PC that replaces the previous MINIX NEO Z83-4. This device is intended to be used as desktop computer, point of sale or for the control of digital signage that can be used in corporate or industrial networks thanks to its Windows 10 Pro license. As a central core we have the Intel Pentium N4200 processor, we have three outputs of video, a USB Type-C port that allows to power it electrically and it is also expandable in storage and RAM DDR3L in Dual Channel configuration. Let’s see how this hardware behaves. Package content The MINIX NEO N42C-4 mini PC comes in a cardboard box with the image of the model in the foreground and the main specifications, in the upper part we have the mini PC, in a separate compartment we have the power adapter of 12V 2.5A with the adapter of our region, we also have the VESA support with its screws and a manual of first steps. Build quality As we see the mini PC MINIX NEO N42C-4 is made entirely in plastic with the classic lines of design of this brand, on the front we only have a small status LED that lights up in blue. In one of the sides we find the Kensington lock and a hole where we can access the BIOS reset externally, something useful if the unit has a problem that can be solved by this method. On the opposite side we find three USB 3.0 Type-A ports and the power button that we must press to turn on the device unless we change it from the BIOS and turn on automatically. In the back we find the rest of the connectors, 12V DC-IN port, Gigabit Ethernet, mini port DisplayPort 1.2 that allows us [email protected] video (requires active converter to HDMI), HDMI 1.4 connector up to [email protected], a USB port 3.1 Type-C only for power and finally an audio jack with integrated SPDIF output that can be used with the included adapter. Along with the MINIX NEO N42C-4 we found included a VESA support that allows to disassemble the mini PC in a very simple way from its anchor point without screws, all the ports are accessible with this design. Removing the screws that are hidden under the rubber feet and we have access to the motherboard, in the foreground we find the two SODIMM DDR3L slots with a 4GB module already mounted, next we have the M.2 Wifi module and another M.2 slot available to mount a disc compatible lengths of 2260 and 2280. User Experience The MINIX NEO N42C-4 mini PC has a generally correct performance, it is also something that depends on the amount of RAM installed and the use we give it, if we are going to surf intensively it is better to expand the memory with another 4GB SODIMM and work with 8GB of RAM on Dual Channel setup. The Intel Pentium N4200 processor has a good response and the ventilation system is not noisy which makes the use of this device pleasant. Performance and benchmark testing As a central core in the MINIX NEO N42C-4 mini PC we have the Intel Pentium N4200 quad-core processor manufactured at 14nm working at a speed of 1.1 GHz and a turbo mode of 2.5 GHz, with a consumption of 6 W TPD. Integrated into the processor we have an Intel HD Graphics 505 GPU with 18 EU (execution engines) that allows us to play basic 3D games. Inside the MINIX NEO N42C-4 we found installed by default 4 GB of RAM memory LPDDR3 to 1600 MHz configured in Single Channel, the figures we have are correct for that speed, as we will see we improve these figures if we mount memory to 1866 MHz in Dual Channel. Soldered to the MINPC NEO N42C-4 miniPC board we have an internal memory of 32 GB eMMC 5.1 that defends well when using the system. If we want it is possible to improve the overall performance by installing another M.2 drive with better figures but this is optional. On the rear USB 3.0 Type-C (5Gbps Max.) corrector we can connect a USB Type-C to HDMI adapter without problems but we do not have audio, we also get Gigabit Ethernet speed without problems through a HUB with this connection, you can see these products in the review of the new MINIX USB Type-C adapters. This mini PC is a good option to connect up to three screens at a time. In addition this USB 3.0 Type-C port supports power connection with what we can have with a single cable to our monitor, which greatly simplifies our desktop. Connectivity We ran our tests to check the network performance on the MINIX NEO N42C-4 mini PC, we found that for the wireless connection we have an Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 3165 chip that also integrates the 4.0 Bluetooth adapter. With this Wi-Fi chip we get a speed of 46 Mbps in the 2,4 GHz band and 64 Mbps in the 5 GHz band. The Realtek Gigabit Ethernet connector gives us results of 667 Mbps, which are good figures to transfer files in Windows networks. The Wi-Fi coverage is correct thanks to the two internal antennas assembled in this model. This device also have Bluetooth 4.1 connectivity with which we have no major problems when it comes to detecting other devices in general. Video Playback For more information you can visit: MINIX NEO N42C-4 Thank you :)
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    ZTE Axon 7 Mini review

    ZTE Axon 7 Mini Build quality & display When it comes to size, the Mini is only slightly smaller than the Axon 7. In fact, the size difference is hard to notice unless you actually put both phones side by side. The Mini measures 5.8 by 2.8 by 0.3 inches and weighs 5.4 ounces, making it just a bit smaller and lighter than the Axon 7 (6.0 by 3.0 by 0.3 inches, 6.2 ounces), but not nearly as small as the more genuinely miniaturized Sony Xperia X. The phone hasn't undergone any major changes in design, either. You get the same metal unibody build available in gray or gold, the same gentlyback, and the same button and port placement. a volume rocker and power button on the right side, a USB-C charging port on the bottom, a 3.5mm audio jack up top, and a SIM/microSD card slot on the left (which worked with a 256GB card). The back is home to a responsive fingerprint scanner set below the camera sensor. The Axon 7 Mini's 1,920-by-1,080, 5.2-inch AMOLED display is smaller, and less sharp, than the 5.5-inch Quad HD panel on its larger sibling. It has 423 pixels per inch, compared with 538ppi on the Axon 7. That said, many other phones in this size range like the 5-inch Google Pixel, and the 5.5-inch Moto G4 also have 1080p panels. The Mini benefits from rich colors, great viewing angles, and a maximum brightness that's easy to see outdoors. Performance The phone is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 617 processor. It's a midrange chipset, nowhere near as powerful as the Snapdragon 820 you get the larger device. There's also less RAM, 3GB instead of 4GB. Unsurprisingly, this results in significantly lower benchmark results. The Mini scores 46,859 on AnTuTu, which measures overall system performance, which is a lot lower than the Axon 7's 141,989. It's on par with other midrange phones like the Snapdragon 617-powered G4 (46,260) and the Snapdragon 430-powered X2 (43,984). That said, performance is still fairly smooth. While we encountered some stuttering when running lots of apps in the background, it wasn't any worse than you'll encounter on most midrange phones. A software update pushed out during testing seems to reduce many instances of sluggishness. The phone also handles games like Asphalt 8 and GTA: San Andreas without any difficulty. Camera quality Camera performance on the Mini's 16-megapixel rear sensor is solid, but it isn't particularly noteworthy. The phone takes good shots outdoors under brightly lit conditions, but compared with the 20-megapixel sensor on the Axon 7, it doesn't capture as much detail. In a shootout with the Axon 7 (in default Auto HDR mode), we noticed more instances of noise, a slower autofocus, slower shutter speeds, and notably worse low-light performance. The 8-megapixel front sensor is and still takes good selfies and video. Youtube Review Connectivity 2G: GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz 3G: WCDMA 850/900/1700/1900/2100MHz 4G: FDD-LTE B1/B2/B3/B4/B5/B7/B8/B12/B17/B19/B20 TDD-LTE B38/B40/B41 For more information please visit ZTE Axon 7 Mini. Thank you :)
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    need advice rooting new phone

    did you try with Framaroot to root the phone ? also did you installed cpu-z and antutu to see real hardver specs ?
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    battery problems

    Also you need to know that this battery maybe does not have 2500 mAh... latelty I see that many Chinese devices has fake capacity.
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    Did you get your hands over Android Lollipop?

    Not yet... But I hope :) anyway we will see :D
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    Meizu MX3 review and other info

    Hi I have Meizu MX3 for some time now and I want to write my thoughts about this really cool smartphone. Alt.this device is not newest model from Meizu in my opinion it is still really good choice for a new smartphone these days. I don’t want you to get bored with irrelevant information so I will cut the chase. Most time except the device you get charger and USB cable in package same as with Meizu. Additionally I can say that all accessories are in white. The front side is completely protected with gorilla glass 3 also Meizu MX3 is completely made of plastic where the back cover has hyperglaze finish.MX3 is the 1st smartphone in the world which has edge-to-edge screen design. In other words it is almost with out bezel. In my opinion it is really beautiful phone and I think you will agree with me. For the back cover you can choose the colour from several available. Overall it has high build quality without exaggeration. Meizu MX3 has 5.1 inch display, it has resolution of 1080 x 1800 pixels. This screen gives about 412ppi which is really high. Also as I mentioned before the screen is protected with gorilla glass 3 protection. Really I don't know what I need to say more but really believe me the screen is excellent. The colours are really natural, sharpness is strong enough and digitizer works perfectly normal. Thinking about hardware and hardware performance MX3 is really powerful phone. Of course it is not a strongest phone but it is almost on top. It is based on Exynos 5 Octa 5410 chipset with 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB ROM. Also for graphics with have PowerVR SGX544MP3 GPU. I tried many apps including games and I can say that all apps worked perfectly normal. Also loading was fast. Below you will see several different benchmark test results. For storage Meizu prepared several models 16 32 64 and 128gb. I personally have 16 GB model beach has about 12 GB of free space. Also I need to say that unfortunately it does not have slot for memory card. Meizu MX3 has the main camera which has 8 megapixel sensor, also the main camera has the led flash. According to the Meizu the main camera has 1.4 µm pixel size with aperture f/2 wide. I have taking photos in different locations with several different conditions and of course below also you can see photo examples. The photo quality is pretty good, I would give a score 4 of 5. Also it can record full HD videos and here can be problematic for the models which has 16 or 32 GB of storage because according to the Major when you record a video MX3 takes for every 10 record that seconds about 100 MB of storage. And you don't have ability for Micro sd card also. So you can see why I am telling you this. As conclusion I can say that Meizu MX3 is really nice phone, it has many advantages and of course several disadvantages. As and when teachers I can say it has great build quality, beautiful design, excellent screen, really good camera and pretty strong hardware. For me in my opinion the main disadvantage is a lack of slot for memory card which does not need to be a problem if you buy a 64 or 128 GB model. Also if you are interested you can visit the official website and Facebook. Any questions please ask thank you :)
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    Youtube videos

    Hi :) I hope you dont mind :) but this is very funny
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    ASUS ZenFone 5

    I want to share my experience for ASUS ZenFone 5 with you . Asus decided to joint fight with Chinese smartphones so they recently released several new devices including ZenFone 5. So this is a low budget mid range phone with decent hardware and cool design. So first I will show you the main technical specifications for this phone, which are Intel Atom Z2560 1.6GHz PowerVR SGX544 Android 4.3 - soon Android 4.4 KitKat update with ASUS ZenUI 1GB Ram 8 GB Rom + 64gb with microSD card Screen: 5 inch HD GPS WIFI Main camera: 8.0 MP Battery: Lithium 2110 mAh Okay if you decide to buy this device you will except phone get the following items: charger, USB cable, screen protector and short user manual. So this is completely common in most of the time. Talking about hardware, benchmark test results you could noticed that ASUS ZenFone 5 has slightly different hardware then similar devices. It has Intel Atom Z2560 1.6GHz processor and PowerVR SGX544 GPU. Other is more or less the same, it has 1 GB of the RAM, 8 GB internal memory which you can extend with microSD card up to 64 GB. Some of you may be already know that about 10% of all applications will not work properly unfortunately. I don't know why but in this moment the situation is such. For example GTA San Andreas crashes and most of the time you cant play it, some other games which I also tried also has some problems. But most of apps will work so don't worry. For everyday use it will be great, so you can go to the Internet, listen to the music, watch youtube etc… I also made several benchmark tests and results are expected, below you can see some benchmark tests results. ASUS ZenFone 5 has 5 inch HD screen with gorilla glass 3 protection and I really cant say anything negative because the screen is really really perfect. Of course I tried also the main camera and sometimes the photos are not enough sharp. Photos taken in daylight or in places with enough light are just okay but when you try to take photos in dark there are not so good. So this the first negative thing about this device. The camera could be better. Photo samples: ZenFone 5 has built in battery with capacity of 2110 mAh. First off some users does not like built-in batteries because sometimes you need to remove battery out to restart the phone and also they could put a stronger battery with higher capacity. Overall it will last at least 350 hours in standby mode and 18 hours talk time with 3G connection. For conclusion I can say that Asus Zenfone 5 has a really nice design, good build up. It has enough strong hardware, several useful features. Only in my opinion negative things are slightly less quality main camera and a lower capacity but. All other things about this device are good or very good and if you decide to buy it you will not regret it. Also you need to understand that this smartphone is mid range device, it is not high end smartphone. The price for Zenfone 5 is approximately $160 and you can buy here at Merimobiles for example. Any questions or suggestions are welcome, also for more information about Asus Zenfone 5 you can go if you wish to Majordroid Thank you :)
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    iOcean X8 Review and other info

    Hi :) For some time now I have this really cool phone, called iOcean X8. It is a new model from iOcean company. It is their new flagship, I have to say that they have done really good job creating this phone. And you will see later why I am telling you this now. So let's begin. Main Technical specs CPU: MT6592 1.7GHz Octa-core GPU: Mali 450 OS: Android 4.2 RAM: 2GB ROM: 32GB Screen Size: 5.7 inch, 1920X1080 pixels FHD Screen Type: LTPS screen, Gorilla glass III, OGS Band: 2G: GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz Wifi: 802.11 b/g/n GPS: Yes Gyro: Yes Light Sensor: Yes G-Sensor: Yes Proximity sensor: Yes Compass: Yes Status Indication LED: Yes Gesture control: Yes Gesture sensing: Yes Rear camera: 14.0 MP with auto focus Front facing camera: 5.0 MP Battery: Li-Polymer 2650 mAh Design for me this is the first Chinese phone where the build quality is on the same level as on other premium or popular brands like Apple or Samsung. Also in my personal opinion this phone is beautiful, really it is and I think you will also agree with me. Some will notice that iOcean X8 looks very similar to Sony Z or Z1. As for build quality I have already said that is on high-level as other already known companies. This phone has on front and rear side a Gorilla glass III protection. While the edges are made from stainless steel. It has a large full HD screen with size of 5.7 inch. although it has a huge screen the device is not much bigger than other devices with smaller screens so you don't need to worry. Below the screen are three buttons and above the screen are sensors with front camera. On the left side is slot for sim cards and on the right side are buttons for sound volume and for power on off. On the rear side there is main camera with the led flashlight also in the centre is logo of IOcean company. I think you will love this smartphone :) Screen as I said before Iocean x8 has 5.7 inch screen and in my personal opinion this is really a large screen. It has full HD resolution, it is LTPS screen with Gorilla glass III protection. So you can use it with gloves especially in winter. During use I got the impression that this screen has no problems at all while playing games or watching movies and for other everyday use. Brightness and the viewing angle are excellent. The screen has all other features like other flagship phones. Hardware it has the same hardware as Iocean x7s. The only difference between these devices are internal memory. So this device has 32 GB of internal memory and there is available approximately 24 GB. So, it has a octa core CPU with speed of 1.7 GHz, 2 GB of RAM and Mali 450. So this combination proved to be good, for everyday use, watching HD movies, web surfing, and of course for gaming will work like a charm. :D I have played GTA San Andreas and worked super, I really enjoyed playing. Also I had made several benchmarks that with Antutu Benchmark and with Vellamo Benchmark applications which you can download from Google play. Test results are slightly weaker than on x7s. But it is quiet normal because x8 has a larger screen. Connectivity on official website you can see that they have wrote that there is possibility of purchasing one of two versions. where the main difference is in 3G frequencies. So in first version 3G can work on 900 MHz/2100mhz while the second version for 3G can work on 850/2100. But in this moment the second version is only available and from company they told me that they will see how much interests will be for the first version and then they will decide will they start to produce wcdma model or not. But I think the most of you will not have any problems with second version. this is dual sim device which use one micro sim card and one nano sim card. It has all other features like wifi and Bluetooth 4.0, GPS and the only news is NFC. Which in this moment I did not tested. But all functions works as they should work. Camera Iocean has front and rear camera. front camera has 5 megapixel sensor while the main camera has 14.2 megapixel sensor with led flashlight. It has all features like auto focus zooming white balance and other. the front camera is good and you can make selfies photos and it can be good for Skype or other video calls. While the main or back camera makes excellent photos with enough light but in dark or with not enough light photos are just solid because the led is not enough strong unfortunately. Battery the device has non-removable battery. Battery has a capacity of 2650mAh. They could put a stronger battery but this one for now holds good with every use it last at least one day. Some people don't like non-removable batteries because if something goes wrong with phone then it can have problems to remove the battery. But with some knowledge and Youtube he can do it. In my personal opinion I don't have any problems with non-removable batteries. I rather want a stronger battery in thins phone. Conclusion in my personal opinion iOcean X8 is really a nice phone with many positive things. Positive things are good build quality, elegant design, powerful hardware, really good camera and excellent screen. the bad things about this phone are buttons on the front side below the screen which don't have a backlight, led flashlight is not enough strong and in very low light places the photos are just solid. And last negative thing is non-removable battery but this is not the main negative thing because some people don't like it and other don't mind about that like me. The price for this phone is around 300$ depends on shop. The review was spotted on Major Droid. And you can visit iOcean official website for more info here: http://www.iocean.cc/X8_en.html If you have any questions please ask I hope that you like this review. :) Thank you :)
  14. Really good review and phone also :)
  15. Hi :) I have Vifocal W92 for seven days now and i have to say that is really fine phone. Vifocal is new Chinese company. This device could be best buy smartphone because it is very cheap, with high end features like 2GB of ram, octa core cpu etc... Technical Specs Network: 2G: GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz 3G: WCDMA 850/2100MHz OS: Android 4.4 KitKat CPU: MediaTek MT6592 ‘true octa-core’ Mali 450 RAM: 2GB ROM: 16GB Screen: 5.0 Inch HD 1280 x 720 pixels, IPS, OGS, full lamination GPS: Yes WIFI: Yes Gravity Sensor: Yes Camera: 8MP Front camera: 3MP Battery: 2700 mAh Dimensions: 145×73*x7.9mm Weight with battery: 126g Vifocal W92 is made of plastic. On the front side is 5 inch screen, below are three buttons with white light. Screen is HD, OGS, IPS. by my personal assessment i can not see some big differences between HD and FHD resolution. The screen is really good. This device is also very interesting because it have Android 4.4 KitKat OS. which is really rare for Chinese phones. everything works fluidly. Vifocal W92 has MT6592 octacore cpu, 2GB Ram, Mali 450 gpu. It is really good combo, can compete with any high-end device. also showed a very good score on testing. Before chinese phones had problems with GPS, particularly with mtk chipsets. so I did not knew what to expect, but to my pleasant surprise Gps works good without network, wifi and without any fixes. Here you can see how HD movies works on Vifocal http://youtu.be/ORQRBvlPLbE HD camera samples Battery have capacity of 2700mAh, and for now shows very good results. The price for this phone is around $190, and you can buy it here.
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