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|Publicado: Vie Jun 13, 2014 12:05 pm Título del mensaje: The Review of Jiayu G5 Smartphone
|Jiayu G5 is the new family of Jiayu smartphone. In order to get a clear knowledge of this model smartphone, Aurabuy offers the following detailed reviews of Jiayu G5 for you:
The Jiayu G5 measures 5.12 inches tall and 2.56 inches wide. Given that itâs 0.39 inch thick and weighs 10.5 ounces, the device is hefty. I immediately felt its weightiness the moment I picked it up, it feels bulky when I put it in my front pockets.
The following ports and interface includes power button located on the side, at the back is the 13 megapixel camera with LED Flash. On the sides is the volume rocker and power button on the opposite side. On top, you can find the 3.5 mm headphone jack and a micro USB 2.0 port. Speakers are also located at the bottom.
Equipped with a 4.5-inch display, the handset has a 1280Ã720-pixel resolution. This isnât the sharpest resolution, and indeed, you can see a subtle âcrunchinessâ when it comes to default wallpaper photos and high quality YouTube videos. The graininess isnât overly distracting, however, and the screen is still sensitive and responsive to the touch. I had no problem typing (either by pressing on the individual keys or by Swyping), and tapping on apps with my fingertips was a breeze.
The Jiayu G5 has the same hardware youâll see with the Jiayu G4T smartphone. It is powered by a snappy mid range MT6589T Quad Core processor with a maximum clock speed of 1.5 GHz, although it list to support 2 GB DDR3 RAM and 32 GB ROM, the stock version is only equipped with a 1 GB DDR3 RAM and a 4 GB ROM, considering that on the same price youâll be getting a much better spec Jiayu G4T. Unfortunately, the G5 only comes with a 720p HD Display instead of a 1080p which has become a trend nowadays. Although it does come with Corning Gorilla Glass 2 Protection. More so, the G5 runs Android 4.2.1 Jellybean out of the box.
Performance is similar to Jiayu G4T which questions the uniqueness of the new model, a 1080p display would have set it apart from the G4 series but both phones are uncannily similar. Synthetic benchmark gauge between 16000 to 17000 points on antutu, which is impressive, however the lack of 1080p support is clearly a head turner. Considering such phones like iOcean X7, Zopo C2, Faea F2, Voto X2 support 1080p display and also equipped with the same hardware underneath. Price wise, its much expensive than most 1080p capable smartphones in the market. We think the only difference lies on the phoneâs appearance. The Jiayu G5 looks stunning, it looks similar to iPhone and even has a back rear design that mimics its appearance.
It looks beautiful, has similar design to iPhone 5, but this is as far as it goes in terms of comparison. Compared to the Jiayu G4T, the G5 is nothing new, has the same specifications from head to foot except for a revised design. We would have loved a 1080p display as well as 4G support to set it apart from its predecessor, but it seems Jiayu still hasnât adapted to the FHD trend.
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