Mstar M1 Pro with Galaxy Alpha design launched with 5.5″ screen, Android 5.0 OS
The Samsung Galaxy Alpha is one of the most beautiful handsets that debuted last year. Coming with a sleek metallic design, the handset packed a price tag of $700 which is naturally on the high side according to most buyers’ standards.
Fortunately, if you missed out buying one of those because you think the pricing is high, here’s a chance to get a carbon copy of the phone at a cost that’s way cheaper. Mstar has just released the M1 Pro and it’s packing the Samsung Galaxy Alpha design and runs on an up-to-date platform system: Google’s Android 5.0 Lollipop.
For specs, the M1 Pro comes with a 5.5-inch IPS display with 720p resolution. The smartphone is powered by a 64-bit-based MTK6752 chipset which makes provision for 4G LTE support as well as 42-megabyte-per-second 3.5G and GSM networks. The handset further packs 2GB of RAM and expandable 16GB of storage (up to 64GB memory cards).
On the device, photo taking is done by a 13-megapixel camera with LED flash for lightening. The front side houses an 8-megapixel shooter sided by the front speaker and light sensors.
The Mstar M1 Pro comes with a smart cover that was designed with simplicity in mind — in order not to bulk up the phone’s sleek 8.1mm thin body design. The handset can be availed right now from Everbuying.net at just $136.99 per unit.
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