The VKworld T1 Plus Kratos is yet another interesting smartphone from the Chinese phone maker VKworld that is expected to go official pretty soon in China. This 6-inch phablet is supposed to come with the 7000 series aluminum alloy unibody. In this regards, here are the 5 interesting things that we so far know about the device.
1. JDI LTPS Display: The phablet comes with a 5-point multi-touch display with a screen-to-body ratio of 83%, the display on the T1 Plus Kratos is much faster and brighter, thanks to the JDI LTPS (Low-Temperature Poly-Silicon) technology. The screen is much thinner than the regular LCD screen’s contributing to the slimness of the phone, and it saves more power yet maintaining accurate color saturation and wide viewing angles. The smartphone’s display account to a 90% NTSC color gamut with 178° viewing angle.
2. TOL Full Lamination: Compared to OGS full lamination, TOL full lamination has more advantages. It requires more precise and accurate technologies so as to strengthen the external glass on the surface of the screen.
3. 2.5D Corning Gorilla Glass: The 6-inches display comes with 2.5D curved gorilla glass protection preventing the display from scratches and drops from a certain height, and the oleophobic prevents the annoying fingerprint marks on the screen keeping it clean all the time.
4. Other Specifications: The VKworld T1 Plus Kratos comes powered by MediaTek MT6737 Soc Quad-Core processor coupled with 2GB LPDDR3 RAM combined with 16GB internal storage with a MicroSD card slot for memory expansion. Connectivity features include Dual SIM with Dual Standby, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.1, and GPS. It also includes a Fingerprint sensor down below the rear camera that provides better security of the device and the data stored.
5. Pricing and Launch Details: Talking about the pricing, the VKworld T1 Plus is expected to be priced at $149.99, although this is not the official pricing, so until the official launch, the pricing remains a mystery.
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