Feb 11, 2018

AllCall MIX2 Comparison with Elephone S8 in Detail

 

Apparently, AllCall aren’t done with comparing the upcoming AllCall MIX2 to the super popular and release some long days-Elephone S8. So, today they’re comparing their handset on the specification between this two device. As the information we got now, the AllCall MIX2 indeed feature an 5.99-inch full screen 2.0 along with the wireless charge,Helio P23 processor supported with 6GB RAM and 128 GB ROM, following the detail comparison.

Allcall wireless chargeFirst maybe we can have a look of the AllCall MIX2 hot features- wireless fast charge. I guess AllCall MIX2 this time get much attention in large extent as it’s packing wireless fast charge, which as a latest popular smartphone configuration, AllCall company this time surely take an advanced step. Wireless charging has at least one obvious advantage over wired charging  it’s more convenient as users no longer need to plug and unplug the cable every time you want to refill the battery. Other than simplifying life, wireless charging is also a good way to reduce possible damage to the physical charging port at the bottom of the device, thus increasing the life span of the phone. Meanwhile, AllCall MIX2 with wireless charging of the fast kind, working at 10W, bring fast and convenient charging experience.

Appearance and design
Checking out the pictures, it’s fairly apparent that compared to the Elephone S8, the AllCall MIX 2 with rather thin bottom bezels has a higher screen-to- body ratio, and offers a more immersive and purer visual experience as AllCall in order to reduce border, the finger sensor has been set to the back cover. And though the Elephone S8 sports a larger 6.0”-inch display while the AllCall MIX2 adopt 5.99” inch and 18:9 aspect ratio, the back one is much slimmer on the sides( based on the dimensions) so it’s apparently easier to hold. And as a bonus visual quality looks not that far off too.

Cameras
On the photographic front, the AllCall MIX2 comes fitted with a HD camera setup made of a 16.0-megapixel rear sensor with f/2.0 big aperture and two LED flash which greatly increase the light even in the dark environment, supplemented with ultra fast PDAF function, so even if in the night and good memory flash in a moment, you can shot clear and vivid pictures. Front side, the camera was set on below right corner just like the XiaoMi MIX2 coupled with a 8-megapixel camera sensor with smart optimized system beauty selfie, it can according to your face and scenes make clever Selfie. Elephone S8 has a 21MP rear camera and the front camera support 8.0 MP also along with system beauty selfie. In the photography field, both this two device not have bid difference and the photography performance seems well.

Hardware performance
In the core configuration, Elephone packing with Helio X25 Deca core. 2.5GHz CPU powerful processor while AllCall Mix2 comes with the latest Mediatek SoC, the phone will also be able to sport the fastest LPDDR4X RAM and an high resolution 2K display. The Helio P23 sports a 16nm manufacturing process and features eight Cortex A-53 cores clocked to up to 2.5GHz and Mali-G71MP2 GPU. In the storage stand, elephone with 4GB RAM and 64 GB Rom, AllCall support 6 GB running memory and massive 64 GB and128 GB storage space. No matter on the running memory and storage, AllCall MIX indeed have fast and frequent operating experience. Another side, AllCall MIX2 feature 3500mAh battery and charge by PE+ Fast charge 9V/1.67A, and Elephone with 4000mAh battery support PE+Quick-charge.

Most concerned is the retail price, elephone S8 price at 229$, other hand AllCall MIX2 Was expected under 200$. If you have more attention on the big storage and wireless fast charge, allcall mix2 maybe the budget and wise decision. 


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