Presently Samsung and Apple have heightened mobile prices and while the entry-level market is fully saturated, another company comes in and launches a new device that will battle for its position under the sun.
The latest improvement to the ultra reasonable scene is the cool pad cool 12A which has some intriguing specs for its price range. The new affordable android phone has a 4000 mah battery and a usbc port. Two cameras and an impressive price tag of ninety dollars.
The Cool Pad does not disclose the chipset inside the Cool Pad 12A but after some detail work we ascertained it as the T310 platform by the Shanghai based company unisak.
It comes with a quad- core cpu, one cortex a75 unit at 2. 0 gigahertz and three cortex a55 cores at 1. 8 gigahertz. It has its own Ai camera algorithms and some features to give a longer battery life but in the end waits a chipset for entry- level phones.
The chip is bonded with 4gb ram and 64 gigs of storage which is rather impressive for such an inexpensive phone. Coolpad cool 12 comes with a 6. 3 inches lcd with 720p resolution and tall 19 into 9 screen ratio, with the 8mp selfie camera kept behind a water drop around the back.
You get a 16 mp main shooter and a 2mp depth sensor. One fascinating solution Coolpad executed is the fingerprint scanner is that, it is not on the back or doubling as a power key or under the display, it is on the left hand side below the sim tray while all the buttons remain on the right side.
The 3. 5 millimeters audio jack is on top while the usb port is on the bottom. Proposed in black, blue, gradient or silver, the phone is sold Ghs 530
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