At long last, the VKworld T1 Plus Kratos which has been compared to the iPhone 6 is now on for presale at a reduced price of $109.99 and after the presale, the official price will be $139.99.
The 6” phablet has a pretty chance of becoming a hit not only because of its cheap price tag –as most 6” phablets in the market are over $250 — but also its enticing internals.
The T1 Plus is a successor to the VKworld T1 that was unveiled back in May this year and the smartphone was famous for its cheap aluminium unibody design.
VKworld T1 plus comes with vast improvements over its predecessor, and the specifications are evident to it.
The phone is only 7.9mm thick sporting 6” screen with fingerprint ID, 2.5D curved glass JDI LTPS SHARP display and anti-blue-light technology, which is further equipped with Corning Gorilla Glass 4 protection and oleophobic coating.
The screen-to-body ratio is 83% compared to 80% on VKworld T1, and 178-degree wide viewing angles. The 6″ screen can compete with the screen of iPhone, making T1 Plus Kratos a great phablet to watch video:
For added security, it has an FPC fingerprint sensor and is fuelled by a 4300mAh battery and it also carries MediaTek Pump Express fast charging.
The flagship device runs on a quad-core processor, 2GB RAM and 16GB inbuilt memory, also backs dual-sim capacity. It runs on Android 5.1 Lollipop and a rear camera of 13MP with LED flash and a front camera of 5MP.
The packing box of the device doubles as a VR box. You can assemble it and enjoy VR content. Also, T1 Plus Kratos features a 6-axis gyroscope which contributes to better VR experience.
The full metal unibody design consists of 7000 aluminium alloy and uses a CNC diamond cutting process to give the device a curved back, having various colour options grey, pink, silver and gold.