iocean-x7-6Just released for sale is the iOcean X7 HD. Like it’s brother, the iOcean X7S Elite, it retains the same nice looking form as last year’s X7. However the X7 HD contains the budget MTK6582 SoC as opposed to the MTK6592 SoC in the X7S Elite.

Also stepped down is the RAM, from 2GB in the X7S Elite to 1GB in the X7 HD. Storage is stepped down from 16GB to 4GB. Camera from 13MP to 8MP. LCD from 1080p to 720p. Though in regards to the latter, this is no loss because 720p enough for a 5.0″ LCD.

Same as the MT6592 iOcean X7S Elite, the MT6582 iOcean X7 HD will have 900/2100 WCDMA. I won’t repeat myself on our feelings regarding this switch, you can read about it in the X7S Elite post.

The price is $159. If it weren’t for the lack of 850MHz, we’d call this phone with OTG, Gyroscope and 3000mA battery option a great buy, and it still may be for those not considering a trip to the Americas anytime soon.

Gizbeat really likes the MT6582 CPU for these $100-200 phones it’s an excellent bargain, and provides plenty of power CPU and GPU wise for the average-moderate user.

MT6582 iOcean X7 HD Review!http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/iocean-x7-6-450x477.jpghttp://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/iocean-x7-6-150x150.jpg Damian Parsons iOceanMTK6582
Just released for sale is the iOcean X7 HD. Like it's brother, the iOcean X7S Elite, it retains the same nice looking form as last year's X7. However the X7 HD contains the budget MTK6582 SoC as opposed to the MTK6592 SoC in the X7S Elite. Also stepped down is...
<img class="aligncenter size-medium wp-image-2975" alt="iocean-x7-6" src="http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/iocean-x7-6-320x350.jpg" width="320" height="350" />Just released for sale is the iOcean X7 HD. Like it's brother, <a title="MT6592 European iOcean X7S Elite Review!" href="http://www.gizbeat.com/2968/mt6592-european-iocean-x7s-elite-review/">the iOcean X7S Elite</a>, it retains the same nice looking form as last year's X7. However the X7 HD contains the budget MTK6582 SoC as opposed to the MTK6592 SoC in the X7S Elite.<span id="more-2974"></span> Also stepped down is the RAM, from 2GB in the X7S Elite to 1GB in the X7 HD. Storage is stepped down from 16GB to 4GB. Camera from 13MP to 8MP. LCD from 1080p to 720p. Though in regards to the latter, this is no loss because 720p enough for a 5.0" LCD. Same as the MT6592 iOcean X7S Elite, the MT6582 iOcean X7 HD will have 900/2100 WCDMA. I won't repeat myself on our feelings regarding this switch, <a title="MT6592 European iOcean X7S Elite Review!" href="http://www.gizbeat.com/2968/mt6592-european-iocean-x7s-elite-review/">you can read about it in the X7S Elite post</a>. The price is $159. If it weren't for the lack of 850MHz, we'd call this phone with OTG, Gyroscope and 3000mA battery option a great buy, and it still may be for those not considering a trip to the Americas anytime soon. Gizbeat really likes the MT6582 CPU for these $100-200 phones it's an excellent bargain, and provides plenty of power CPU and GPU wise for the average-moderate user.



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