much-magic-media-g2It’s a great day at Gizbeat when something unique comes along. Today we’ll be reviewing the specifications of the Media Magic G2, a smart phone made special because of it’s gigantic 4200mA battery and game pad.

Let’s get the standard specs out of the way first. The Media Magic G2 will have a 2MP front camera / 8mp rear, 5.0″ [email protected], 1GB RAM/4GB ROM storage.

Interestingly, it’s been announced they’ll be using [email protected] with SGX544. A very strange decision for 2014. The MTK6589 SoC is a bit long in the tooth and we’re very surprised they haven’t gone with at least MTK6589T. Even the super-budget MTK6582 with Mali-400 MP2 puts a substantial whooping on standard MTK6589 and would have been a better choice considering it’s supposed to be a gaming machine.

Beyond the physically obvious differences, the MUCH Magic Media G2 will also support OTG and HDMI. The latter being for outputting screen content to TV. The phone has what’s been dubbed a ‘nine-axis gyro’ which is comprised of a 3-axis gyroscope and 3-axis motion sensor.

The phone is reported to have a gigantic 4200mA battery. This will give even the most die-hard gamer plenty of juice for long gaming sessions.

Whether it’s because of the battery, or because of the built in game controls, the phone profiles at a hefty 12.2mm. In the world of thinner is better, this isn’t going to win a lot of fashion conscious fans. We’re still perplexed by the decision with the MT6589 SoC, and hopefully they’ll rethink this prior to the the phone being released.

Regardless of profile and aging SoC, we really like the huge battery and HDMI feature. Just these two specs alone should have people giving the phone some consideration.

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It's a great day at Gizbeat when something unique comes along. Today we'll be reviewing the specifications of the Media Magic G2, a smart phone made special because of it's gigantic 4200mA battery and game pad. Let's get the standard specs out of the way first. The Media Magic G2...
<img class="size-full wp-image-3064 aligncenter" alt="much-magic-media-g2" src="http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/much-magic-media-g2.jpg" width="324" height="222" />It's a great day at Gizbeat when something unique comes along. Today we'll be reviewing the specifications of the Media Magic G2, a smart phone made special because of it's gigantic 4200mA battery and game pad.<span id="more-3063"></span> Let's get the standard specs out of the way first. The Media Magic G2 will have a 2MP front camera / 8mp rear, 5.0" [email protected], 1GB RAM/4GB ROM storage. Interestingly, it's been announced they'll be using [email protected] with SGX544. A very strange decision for 2014. The MTK6589 SoC is a bit long in the tooth and we're very surprised they haven't gone with at least MTK6589T. Even the super-budget MTK6582 with Mali-400 MP2 puts a substantial whooping on standard MTK6589 and would have been a better choice considering it's supposed to be a gaming machine. Beyond the physically obvious differences, the MUCH Magic Media G2 will also support OTG and HDMI. The latter being for outputting screen content to TV. The phone has what's been dubbed a 'nine-axis gyro' which is comprised of a 3-axis gyroscope and 3-axis motion sensor. The phone is reported to have a gigantic 4200mA battery. This will give even the most die-hard gamer plenty of juice for long gaming sessions. Whether it's because of the battery, or because of the built in game controls, the phone profiles at a hefty 12.2mm. In the world of thinner is better, this isn't going to win a lot of fashion conscious fans. We're still perplexed by the decision with the MT6589 SoC, and hopefully they'll rethink this prior to the the phone being released. Regardless of profile and aging SoC, we really like the huge battery and HDMI feature. Just these two specs alone should have people giving the phone some consideration.



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