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01:10 – Hardware overview
01:13 – Price
01:21 – Display
01:39 – Processor
02:17 – OS
02:20 – Weight
02:24 – Battery life
02:39 – Sim / SD Card tray
02:58 – Compatible carriers
03:30 – LTE performance (AT&T / FreedomPop)
03:50 – speakers
04:15 – Ports
04:36 – Fingerprint reader & multi user access
05:41 – Cameras
06:09 – Performance
06:34 – Gaming
06:38 – Gaming: Minecraft
06:51 – Gaming: Grand Theft Auto Vice City
07:12 – 3DMark: Slingshot Benchmark
07:50 – Build quality
I am pleased with the value for the price here. While it does not best the reining graphical performance champion Nvidia K1, it does have a comparable CPU score. That means it should adequately handle most of the Android apps thrown at it.
Added benefits are the 4G / LTE support with wide carrier compatibility, finger print reader, and really nice IPS display. There’s just nothing to really complain about here.
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