O +, a US-based company releases their first-ever octa-core device in the Philippines. With the recent launched of O+ Air, the company is ...
O+, a US-based company releases their first-ever octa-core device in the Philippines. With the recent launched of O+ Air, the company is facing fierce competition with some of the local brands. The company is marketing the device with its svelte form factor, but can the newcomer steal some lightning from the existing brands? Let's take a look to some of the hot points that this new device could offer compared to the leaders in the octa-core arena- the Cherry Mobile Omega Infinity and MyPhone Infinity.
Let's start with the similarities; the trio has the same 1.7-gigahertz octa-core MediaTek processor. Likewise, they also have Mali 450 as their graphics unit. When it comes to connectivity, O+ Air has the same dual-SIM and 3G capability.
When we talk about displays, the O+ Air also frames a 5-inch screen real estate like the MyPhone Infinity. The Omega phablet, on the other hand, sports a 5.5-inch screen. Unlike the Air, both Infinity phones have 1080p full HD screens that stretched above 400 ppi pixel density.
There’s no question with regards to the battery capabilities. O+, being the less power hungry due to its smaller screen and lesser pixel count. The Omega Infinity has more juice that, we could assume, is proportional to its wider screen. MyPhone Infinity is the most affordable among these octa-cores however it sports the best display in the group. As to camera and software, check out the table below for more details.
So if you are in the market for an octa-core phone you'll have plenty of options to choose from. If you want a bigger screen or the highest camera sensor among these three, the CM Omega Infinity suits you. However, if you're not comfortable with bigger phones, the 5-inch full HD MyPhone Infinity could be a better device. Lastly, the O+ Air will give you the hefty expandable option, slick candybar design and the latest version of Android software.