Smartisan T1 3G Unlocked Smartphone NFC (with Bluetooth Headset) 2GB 16GB 4.95'' 1920x1080 Smartisan OS (Android 4.4) Qualcomm 801 Quad Core 2.5GHz 12MP WCDMA & GSM (Black+ Bluetooth Headset)
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- OS: Smartisan OS (Android 4.4); CPU: Qualcomm 801, MSM8274AC Quad Core, 2.5GHz; Storage: RAM 2GB + ROM 16GB
- Display: 4.95 inch Capacitive touch screen, 1920 x 1080 pixels
- Camera: Front 5.03MP, Back 12.78MP(with LED flash)
- Single Micro SIM. WCDMA & GSM Network. Band (2G): GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz; Band (3G): WCDMA 850/900/1900/2100MHz
- Language: English, Simple/Traditional Chinese. Support: NFC, GPS, Calculator, Notes, Alarm clock, Calendar, Flashlight, Tape recorder, Scene mode, Qualcomm Adreno330 GPU, etc
Model: Smartisan T1
Smartisan is an Android based custom ROM firmware that could be considered similar to the likes of Cyanogenmod, Flyme, and Miui, and the company behind Smartisan has just announced the very first device to run on the Smartisan OS right out of the box. Its called the Smartisan T1 and it actually sounds like a fairly impressive device.
OS: Smartisan OS (Android 4.4)
CPU: Qualcomm 801, MSM8274AC Quad Core, 2.5GHz
Storage: RAM 2GB + ROM 16GB
Display: 4.95 inch Capacitive touch screen, 1920 x 1080 pixels
Camera: Front 5.03MP, Back 12.78MP(with LED flash)
1. SIM Card: Single Micro SIM Card
2. Battery: 2570mAh Undetachable Li-polymer Battery
3. Port: 1 x Micro SIM card slot, 1 x Micro USB v2.0, 1 x 3.5mm Earphone port 4. Language: English, Simple/Traditional Chinese
5. Sensor: Light, Proximity, Acceleration sensor, Gyroscope, compass
Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon.com
It has decent specs for the price. I played hearthstone and machinima on it. It was smooth.
It has glass body on both front and back. 3 costumizable buttons on the front are great for utility. The overall design is thoughtful. But because it's so different from what is popular right now--aluminum body, whether people will like it or laugh at it totally depend on personal preference.
The operating system is very easy to use. They put a lot efforts on it. There are a lot of simplification compared to native android OS. Yet you still can use apps like airdroid to take advantage of the openness of android system if you want.
As of today (1/9/2016), the whole system is designed for users in China. That means it lacks English support. I think most people will like the OS, but lack of English support kills the deal. It doesn't come with google app store and google apps. Because for obvious reasons, you can't get any google service in China. You need to install them by yourself. It comes with cloud service, but the server is in China. So it's very slow to use in the US.
When running demanding programs, it can be a little hot. That's the common problem of the recent generations of snapdragon series CPU.
Overall, it's good quality and user experience for the price I paid.