Monday, January 20, 2014

ZTE's Quing Yang 2 and Memo II Octa-Core Powered Smartphones from China

Having an octa-core powered smartphone can probably change our way of thinking towards on how Apple, Samsung, and other well-known competing brands to gain their success in the global market. A quad-core technology made a strong foundation for these company to continue their commitment in producing a high quality and promising products.

But now, Chinese manufacturers are pushing the limit of any possible standards by treating their native smartphones with octa-core technology and closer specs with what we can get from other foreign manufacturers. ZTE recently introduced a Quing Yang 2 and Memo II phones in Beijing powered by MediaTek's MT6592 eight-core CPU at 1.7GHz.

ZTE New Eight-Core Powered Smartphone from China

If these smartphones are running with the same size of cache to Intel Core i7, I am imagining a desktop or laptop computer capable of running a Windows 8.1 smoothly. However, these new wave of handsets are limited in terms of memory sizes and storage capacity. A 5-inch handset could only house a minimal number of capabilities we cannot compared to any typical computers.

Going back to Quing Yang 2, it has a 5-inch IPS display, 1GB of RAM and only 8GB of built-in storage. A MicroSD card slot is also available for additional space. And it is also equipped with 5-megapixel (main or rear) and 0.8-megapixel (front) cameras. The new line of dual-SIM handset from China with CDMA support and fully customized Android operating system.

The Memo II is packed with the same MediaTek's chip, 2GB of RAM and 16GB of built-in storage. Has a 6-inch IPS screen with 13-megapixel (rear) and 5-megapixel (front) cameras. Compared to Quing Yang 2, this model has a higher specification in terms storage and memory capacity. It is equipped with 3200mAh Lithium-Ion battery just like of other high-end brands from China.

Quing Yang 2 and Memo II has a closer specs to TCL's 5-inch Idol X+ with the same eight-core processor. Availability of these new Android smartphones in the neighboring countries of China is probably fall to different brand names.

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