Ivvi, once a sub-brand of Coolpad, wherein it was quite busy with a few lunching here and there until 80% of its shares were acquired by SuperD. However, after this purchase, this sub-brand had been rather silent but this silence seems to have come to an end as its first handset under SuperD has just made its way through TENAA.
This new handset has the moniker Ivvi V1 and thanks to TENAA we now have a glimpse at what the smartphone would look like when it goes official as well as the sets of specification it would bring to the table.
This long awaited phone however seems to be one that wasn’t worth the wait as the specs are downright boring and if this is SuperD’s way of heading back into the smartphone market, they might not make it.
The phone comes in with an all metal body – pretty nice for an entry-level smartphone- which holds firmly in place a 5,5 inch Full HD Touchscreen display with a resolution of about 1200 x 720P. There is a quad-core chipset ticking beneath it at a speed of 1.1GHz and it would be made available in three different memory variants which includes 1GB + 8GB, 2GB + 16GB and 3GB + 32GB.
The top upfront would be graced with a 2MP sensor for selfies where as an 8MP shooter would be positioned at the back. The Ivvi V1 would come running the YunOS 5.1.1 from the box. There are other smartphones with better specs on the entry-level market so we believe Ivvi is in for a really bumpy ride.