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Vodafone Smart ultra 6 mobile phone review (English)

Vodafone Smart ultra 6 mobile phone review (English)

I’m saying the editor-in-chief of I’ll avoid and in this video we’re going to be taking a look at the Vodafone smart ultra six this 5.5 inch phablet from Vodafone features an optical Snapdragon 615 processor and 2 gigabytes of RAM all for just 125 pounds or going to phone pairs you get before we get into the video I like to like Vodafone for sending this product out to me for a view to check out the full range of their products please go to a Vodafone doc here in UK start here with the specs the smart ultra is equipped with an optical Snapdragon 615 processor 2 gigabytes of RAM a pair of 5s make this or and 13 megapixel cameras on the front and back respectively and the 3000 milliamp hour battery now let me take a moment to say that I’m extremely impressed with the specs we’re getting here in comparison to the price of the handset but we’ve got to remember that specs aren’t everything and other things like the design cameras and software experience can and will determine whether the phone will be a good buy for you if you haven’t already guessed from these shots the design of the phone is really quite understated the bulk of the phone is just well called very basic and uninspiring but it’s not bad by any means a much rather very different compromise in this department rather than in other areas but the performance and battery which they have done on the top you’ll find the headphone jack from the left you’ll find the micro SD card slot side extra storage to the device on the bottom you’ll find the micro USB port to charge the device and transfer data and finally on the right you’ll find the SIM card slot volume rocker and power button about half way down on the back at top you’ll find the 13 megapixel camera and flash next to a secondary microphone underneath that you’ll find a Vodafone logo and finally at the bottom we have some safety logos text indicating that the device supports 4G and it’s designed by Vodafone and a bar speaker which frankly sounds terrible anyway moving on the software experience here is powered by android 5.

0.2 level which even that alone is impressive for a device as inexpensive as this but it gets better a lot of the time the experience buttery smooth and feels like what you’d expect from a flagship device not a 125 pound own brand smart phone from a carrier unfortunately though other times there’s a bit of lag and it’s not particularly when I’m trying to do more complex tasks it’s just when I’m doing normal things the display is actually pretty great it’s a 5.

5 inch 1080p panel the other set is actually decent everything appears very crisp and clear and it can go very bright one little problem though is that sometimes the touch sensitivity is just clean annoying not picking up search and taps making it very hard to type on the device and also even do something as simple as scrolling through Twitter without accidentally tapping on different tweets the camera isn’t something I can tell you guys too much about seeing as I don’t actually use cameras often and I’ve only had this device from a week but the shorter I have taken with the camera looked decent and pretty much to line up with what you’d expect from a smartphone at this price the 3000 milliamp hour battery is also really really good since this or some holidays at the moment I’ve just been charged here whenever I actually need to rather than every night but I’m guessing could almost get through two days with moderate usage so guys that pretty much wraps up my review of the vodafone smart ultra 6 if you are looking for an affordable phablet smartphone you may actually want to consider anyway thank you so much for watching this video and I will catch you in the next one


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