The PhonePad Duo G500 is a smartphone with a good sized screen 5 inches noted for attractive design in black or blue and has a balanced set of specifications. This is one of the first bets with the Italian company Mediacom, with arguments as a processor quad core 1.2 GHz, a rear camera with resolution d and 8 megapixels or the operating system Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. It is a balanced team that if we are guided by prices in Italy could get for about 170 euros. We tell you all the details in depth analysis.
The design of the Mediacom PhonePad Duo G500 is a pretty sleek. The brand market this model in colors black and blue with a sober and serious enough touch. We liked configuration, especially blue, as a strip is included in the front of the color that is quite attractive. The housing includes the logos of the brand (as can be seen in the photograph on the back) and that is a plus for originality. One advantage of this design is that we can open the case to change the battery if necessary. The full dimensions of this model are 73 x 140 x 9.4 mm and its weight is at 167 grams. As we can see, it is a bit thicker and heavier than you’re used to seeing in recent smartphone releases, but maintains a very competitive odds.
As for the terminal screen, Mediacom has introduced a panel IPS with size 5 inches and a resolution of 960 x 540 pixels. This resolution is in the middle and allows us to see good detail both menus Android as many apps and games store. Yes, the most demanding users might find something to cut these numbers when viewing the most powerful games or movies in high quality over the phone. By using technology, IPS, you can achieve good viewing angles up to 178 degrees both horizontally and vertically.
The Mediacom PhonePad Duo G500 has a good bill in this section due to the presence of a rear camera with a resolution of 8 megapixels, autofocus and LED flash. This lens is also capable of high quality videos in 1080p. Meanwhile, in Near the front we have camera 2 megapixels, a resolution acceptable to use videoconferencing apps such as Skype and especially for self portraits and then upload them to social networks like Facebook or Google+.
To store our personal files, apps and games on Mediacom PhonePad Duo G500 has an internal memory of 4 GB. It is likely that this capacity, we fall short by little heavier as we store many songs or video files, so an almost necessary option will be to get a card with MicroSD which can have a maximum of 32 GB. On Golf power, we have a quad core processor ARM Cortex A7 with a power of 1.2 GHz per core, and binds to a memory of 1 GB RAM. It is a powerful enough to run, the vast majority of games and apps from the official Android store set.
The operating system chosen for this phone is the Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean. Seen whether this will hereinafter upgrade to the latest version Android 4.4 KitKat, whose major attraction is on improving fluency in menus and processes. Yes, Android 4.2 also has some interesting features like improved voice assistant Google Now or ability to enter widgets on the lock screen of the phone. In addition, the commitment to the operating system Google requires access to a vast ecosystem of applications. Among the major names have titles like Facebook, WhatsApp or Line to chat with our friends or Candy Crush Saga and eternal Angry Birds for spending long periods of entertainment.
We should also mention here the weight that own applications Google. For example, thanks to Gmail we can manage our email accounts. Hangouts is a chat tool that allows you to chat with your contacts from Google and also incorporates video calls, while YouTube has become a fundamental platform from which you can see videos of all kinds. Also, Google Maps will help navigate through the phone and find the best possible itinerary when traveling to a particular place and Google Docs will allow us to create documents and files stored on the network.
One of the strengths of this phone from the Italian brand is the dual SIM slot, which allows us to combine both a personal line and other work on the same device. Undoubtedly, this is a feature that can be very useful for freelancers and professionals generally end up carrying several mobile to go to work. This team is able to connect to networks of up to 42 Mbps 3G and can also connect to the network through the connection WiFi. Another connection that will be very useful to us is the GPS to use the browser built into the system. The connections are completed with Bluetooth to transfer information to compatible equipment, slot for cards up to 32 GB MicroSD port and microUSB for charging and transferring files from computer to computer.