The company ZOJI, which is a subbrand of HomTom and produces solid mobile devices, introduced a new secure smartphone with a powerful ZOJI Z33 battery. The model was announced as “the first among strong, having notches (serifs, grooves)”.
The novelty is certified according to the protection standard IP68 (waterproof, dustproof, impervious to dirt and sand). The display of the smartphone protects from chips, shocks and cracks Corning Gorilla.
For travelers it will be interesting to have a battery with a capacity of 5000 mAh, which is quite decent for technical characteristics. OTG technology and Quick Charge fast charging are supported.
The smartphone is based on a fresh energy-efficient 4-core processor MTK6739 with a clock frequency of 1.5 GHz. This chip was introduced a year ago, but it differs from previous versions of several features:
Modem WorldMode LTE FDD / TDD has several improvements, compared with the previous version. The Cat-4 (DL) / Cat-5 (UL) features Dual 4G VoLTE with Dual SIM Dual Standby (DSDS) (or 4G + 3G) capability. This is important for the future, as 2G networks are on the verge of extinction.
Meanwhile, there are all new connection technologies, such as the frequency of eMBMS, HPUE and 600 MHz LTE. Technology TAS 2.0 from MediaTek is a technology of intelligent antennas, which increases the energy efficiency of users and users due to a more reliable and stable quality of the Internet connection. In general, this makes the MT6739 processor head on top in terms of connecting to the network than its counterparts.
The memory size of the model is 3 GB, the permanent memory is 32 GB. There is a slot for the memory card. The visual information is displayed on a 5.7-inch display with a diagonal of 720 x 1440 pixels. The device works in the system environment Android 8.1.
Among other features – the presence of a dual rear camera (most likely, 8 MP + 0.3 MP), the use of Face-Face control and the possibility of authorization through the fingerprint sensor. Unfortunately, at the moment the developer has not provided more information – neither about the date of the announcement, nor about the cost of the device.