RAMOS launches the MOS 1 Max smartphone

RAMOS launches the MOS 1 Max smartphone

Chances are you haven’t heard of RAMOS, but this is another Chinese smartphone maker that wants to make big money on this profitable market by using a tried strategy – launching smartphones that offer the best bang for the buck. Today RAMOS has announced the MOS 1 Max smartphone and guess what – this is not the company’s first device but the second one already. The first one was the MOS 1, which came out earlier this year but as it usually happens for a first-time-ever device, the MOS 1 did not really leave a trace on the smartphone market.

This is what RAMOS will try to fix now – the MOS 1 Max is bigger and more powerful. The main perk of the new device is the huge battery installed – it can house 6010 mAh of energy so you will be able to play games all day long with no worries at all. The MOS 1 Max is based on MediaTek’s MT6753 processor and includes a metallic chassis that carries four colors to choose from – black, pink, bronze and silver. The handset includes a large 6.44-inch sensor display at Full HD resolution by Sharp or AUO and has 3 GB of RAM, 32 GB of internal memory, two cameras – one rear at 13 MP with a Sony sensor and an aperture of F/2.0 and another front at 5 MP , support for LTE, two SIM card slots and Android 5.1. The device also has a very high quality audio subsystem that is based on the ESS ES9018K2M audio processor so music fans should appreciate this too.

The new RAMOS MOS 1 Max will be on the market in China on November 3. The device will sell for around USD 440.

(picture courtesy of mobile-dad.com)

Source: Gizchina.com

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