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More than the F1, the new F1s seems like an update for the F1 Plus. It is very similar in terms of looks with minor differences in the overall design. You get a metal back and frame with a glass finish on the front. The metal finish at the back has a matte finish adding a premium touch to the design. Even though there isn’t anything new or different in the design, the handset has been crafted well and we found the build quality quite sturdy.
The 5.5-inch display dominating the front is another reason why we think this is an update to the F1 Plus. Above that is the earpiece, the front facing camera and the proximity and light sensors while below the display is the fingerprint embedded in the home button along with a capacitive back and recent buttons. Things are a bit glossy on the front so expect smudges and fingerprints to creep up.
At the back you will find the camera on the top left corner, which protrudes out but is hardly noticeable. There is also an LED flash along with it. The antenna bands, or what seems like them, are just thin looking chrome stripes.
The metal edges are slightly raised and house the power button and the SIM card/microSD card tray on the right. A secondary microphone sits at the top and the volume rocker buttons on the left. The 3.5mm audio jack, the primary microphone, microUSB port and the speaker are all placed on the bottom edge.
The company has placed the smartphone as mid-range device and it features a 5.5-inch LCD display with a 1280×720 HD resolution which means a pixel density of 267ppi. The smartphone is powered by a MediaTek MT6750 processor which is built using the 28nm process, and is an octa-core SoC consisting of four Cortex-A53 cores with a clock rate of 1.5GHz and the rest four Cortex-A53 cores with a clock rate of 1.0GHz. There’s 3GB of RAM, while the graphics are handled by a Mali-T860 GPU. The internal storage is 32GB that is expandable using a microSD card.
The smartphone features a 5.5-inch LCD display with a 1280×720 resolution which translates to 267ppi and it is protected by Gorilla Glass 4. One usually expects a 1080p resolution on such a large display, but the HD resolution doesn’t look bad either. It offers adequate brightness, but under sunlight it does struggle a bit. Colour saturation is spot and even the viewing angles are wide as we didn’t see any colour shift.
Day to day performance on the smartphone is great, apps open quickly and even multitasking is handled well thanks to the 3GB of RAM. Gaming proved to be excellent with very minor frame drops in games like Asphalt 8 and Dead Trigger 2. The overall performance felt close to a premium device and the processor, which is a 64-bit chip from MediaTek proved to be quite good. The smartphone doesn’t heat up that much either and we noticed that only two or three cores out of the total 8 cores were operational most of the time. This was probably done to improve battery performance on the smartphone.