It now looks like a norm in the smartphone industry that before the release of any device, news on the device would have been covered, ranging from design, internal specs, price and much more.
As recent as last week, news purported online of Elephone’s intention to feature its C1 in a dark blue colour variant. And now, the new device will be equipped with a quality fast fingerprint sensor.
The latest news confirms that the unlocking will be rapid as the company will use the latest technology sensor, and prospect users should not get bothered because the price will be affordable and not inflated.
Being a pretty basic budget phone, the C1 has a sturdy look full of metal chassis. The principal cam has a larger lens and it also has a dual LED flashlight. The home key is absent, although three capacitive touch keys are present below the display.
The new device looks like a bargain as it sports an HD display of 5.5-inch, coupled with a MediaTek MT 6737 SoC. Based on the memory capacity, there is a 2GB RAM and a base internal storage of 16GB with expandable storage touted to possess.
The camera boasts a bright outlook as it features a 13MP on the back side and a 2MP on the front side. Pre-installed on the device is Android 6.0 Marshmallow out of the box, to be powered by a respectable battery of 2850mAh.
Colour is one attractive option that swings buyer’s choices when a smartphone is to be purchased, and Elephone has not failed in this aspect as it crystallises the C1 in Gold and dark blue variants. Price and availability will be available later this year.