Cubot C7 Capacitive Touch

Cubot C7 Capacitive Touch

I have been on the lookout for a great new phone ever since my phone crapped out on me. I was never completely happy with my previous phone, and I wanted something new that would allow me to surf the Internet, chat with friends, transfer data between us, and capture my life in photos and videos.

I did a lot of research, and I came across the Cubot 3.5 Inch Capacity Touch, which is powered by the Android 4.2 operating system. Personally, I am a big fan of the Android system, and think it actually performs much better than what you find with any other phone.

I did some research online and after realizing this was the phone I wanted, I decided to purchase it and give it a shot when it arrived at my door.

The Screen
The screen is pretty great. Not exactly high-definition, instead operating at a 480x320 resolution, but it is pretty good for the phone and you won’t notice a lot of difference between it and other similar phones in terms of sharpness. I personally found no problem with it, and everything was still crisp and sharp on my phone. The screen is 3.5 inches, which again I found to be quite good for what I was getting with the phone. The HVGA was sharp as well, and the touch screen was sensitive enough without being so sensitive that it does things you don’t want it to do, much like I found with my old phone.

The OS Features
Moving on to the meat and potatoes of the phone, I found that several of the OS features were fantastic. Not only did it play MP3s and support all major video formats, but the Android 4.2 operating system was head and shoulders above the operating system of other phones. I found my previous one would crash if I tried to do too much, but I don’t think my Cubot with its Android OS crashed once. If you are worried you won’t get the cool apps you do with other trendy phones, don’t worry. I was able to get nearly every app I wanted, and also cost less than on other expensive phones. Like Angry Birds? Well, you can play it just as well on this phone as on the too-expensive flagship phones.

I also found that the speed of the phone was quite good with its 1 gigahertz processor and 256 megabytes of RAM. There was also plenty of storage on the phone to keep all my photos and apps.

The Camera
The front and rear facing camera was excellent in my mind. At .3 megapixels, it was fine for taking photos of my life when I was out and about. The rear camera is much better though, at two megapixels, allowing me to capture some really great photos and store them on my phone, or share them directly with Instagram, Facebook or Twitter.

So, my overall impression? An excellent phone that did everything I could ask for. It handled everything I needed, was lightweight, attractive and less-expensive than the top of the line phones, while still doing everything I needed it to. Highly recommend it.

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