VKWORLD T1 PLUS KRATOS REVIEW

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Overview

Vkworld T1 Plus Kratos

VKWORLD T1 PLUS KRATOS REVIEW: The Vkworld T1 Plus Kratos is revealed for presale, and the price is reduced down to only $109.99. After presale, the official price will likely be $139.99. Phablets aren’t perceived unambiguously, because although they’re packed with the same attractive features as smartphones, their display is the way larger, which makes some inconvenience when holding in hand. Those who have never had a phablet assume the larger screen is, the better it’s. However, it’s not so, because big-screen devices check your actions. Say, you’ll be able to tap the upper area of the screen, or even you’ll be able to tap the middle area of the phone by your thumb. It turns out though you get better performance regarding displaying pictures and videos, you need to use both of your hands to do many actions. Phablets also has another massive problem that makes many users keep away from buying such handsets – there are too little places where you’ll be able to put your phablet. On the other hand, there are many popular phablets made by top manufacturers that mean there’s a certain number of users favoring big-screen handsets to regular-screen smartphones. I suggest the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, iPhone 6S Plus, Microsoft Lumia 950 XL, Sony Xperia XA Extremely, LG X5 and lots of others. All these handsets are top products at a high price tag, and many can assume why to pay the same price and get a handset with many arguable features if they can get a high-end smartphone for a similar price. So today we decided to review the Vkworld T1 Plus, a 4G phablet that’s available for quite a low price tag.

VKWORLD T1 PLUS KRATOS REVIEW – DESIGN

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Still, at this low price $109.99, T1 Plus Katos still controls to compete with competitors with the Premium 7000 Series Aluminum Unibody, that is normally found on big brand flagships similar Samsung Galaxy S7 and Apple iPhone 6s. As the producer described this handset is born to be stylish, and it’s tough not to agree with them. It comes with a super slim, which suggests there is no chance to remove the battery or anything. And though you’ll have to resemble it whenever something is improper with it, in all other cases unibody handsets are good. There are no disturbing details on the back of the T1 Plus Katos – only what you want. The back camera is placed on the upper side, and right under it’s located a flash. In fact, their logo is there as nicely at the bottom of the back side.

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VKWORLD T1 PLUS KRATOS REVIEW – DISPLAY

The display has an anti-blue-light technology and JDI LTPS panel, Oleophobic coating and 2.5D Corning Gorilla Glass. The 6″ screen can face with the screen of iPhone, making T1 Plus Kratos a nice phablet to watch video:

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VKWORLD T1 PLUS KRATOS REVIEW – BATTERY LIFE

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The phone is only 7.9mm thick, similar to Huawei Mate 8 and Samsung Galaxy Note 7. However, the battery is larger–4300mAh (Mate 8: 4000mAh; Note 7: 3500mAh). And it’s a Sony Li-Po battery that is safer and more effective than normal Li-ion battery. T1 Plus still performs better in battery life.

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VKWORLD T1 PLUS KRATOS REVIEW – KEY FEATURES

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  • A large 6-inch Gorilla Glass display gives you with stunning visuals
  • Have a stable user experience with the latest Android 6 Operating System
  • 4G connectivity can help you be constantly connected to your loved ones and friends
  • Use the packaging box of this Android phone within a budget VR box and enter the continuous virtual world of 3D films and games
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VKWORLD T1 PLUS KRATOS REVIEW – FINGERPRINT SCANNER

Vkworld T1 Plus Kratos

It comes with an FPC whose fingerprint sensors have been used in many smartphones like Huawei P9 and Nexus 6P.

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VKWORLD T1 PLUS KRATOS REVIEW – CAMERA

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Cameras and the technologies going with them are the next nice feature of the Vkworld T1 Plus Kratos. It seems its developers have made a deep analysis and found out what problems people meet when using cameras. Since they did their best to resolve those problems in a unique way. For camera optics, we’ve got a 13-megapixel rear camera at the back and on the front, we’ve got an 8-megapixel selfie shooter.

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VKWORLD T1 PLUS KRATOS REVIEW – SPECIFICATION

Vkworld T1 Plus Kratos

It has a Quad-core 64-bit 1.3 GHz MediaTek MT6737 processor. It comes with a 2GB of RAM and also has a 16GB of internal storage. At the front, it has a 6-inch HD panel and also with a 2.5D glass on top. For camera optics, we’ve got a 13-megapixel sensor at the back and on the front, we’ve got an 8-megapixel selfie shooter.

Also, it has a 4,300 mAh battery and Fingerprint scanner at the back. The device will be working Android 6.0 Marshmallow out of the box. The device also supports fast charging and comes with a free VR Box. Trying at the design of the device, it seems similar to the Redmi Note 3 with the same metal body. Vkworld also introduced the world’s thinnest thermal touch phone known as the Crown v8. That device was priced only at $79.99 and had proper specs for the price. That device comes with an IP67 rating and 4.7mm thick. It has an IPS display produced by LG, and the device is one of its kind.

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VKWORLD T1 PLUS KRATOS REVIEW – PRICING

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As you see, the Vkworld T1 Plus Kratos has all the possibilities to face with high-end devices. This competition becomes more actual when it comes to pricing – the Vkworld T1 Plus 4G phablet is available for only $149.99, which is much cheaper than many similar products.

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Review Score

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