voto-x6-review-20Voto, known for releasing a re-branded version of the UMi X2 and the budget Voto V5, has recently released the Voto X6 in China and should be available soon in China shops catering to Westerners.

Voto X6 review LCD & SoC

The Voto X6 will carry the 8-core MT6592 5.5″ LCD @ 1080p, giving a ppi of 400. While 400ppi is certainly in retina range, the battery and performance stress is significant with MT6592. This will be up to the individual user as to what’s more important – a super crisp display, or better performance and battery life.

Voto X6 review storage, RAM & Antutu

Storage is 32GB and RAM 2GB. This should be more than enough for even power users. For casual users will be overkill, but it’s nice to know the storage and RAM space is there should it be needed. The Voto X6 is SD expandable.

Voto X6 Antutu score is a healthy 28k.voto-x6-antutu

Voto X6 review camera, battery, OS & frequency support

The Voto X6 will have an 8mp front camera and 13mp rear. Those of you who follow mobile tech know that 8mp for front is very high. Quite possibly the highest released in a mid-range brand China phone excepting the upcoming iNew V8 with rotating 13mp.

The battery is 2300mA which is about standard for a 5.5″ phone. Users should get at least 4-5 hours onscreen WiFi web surfing and standard use.

The Voto X6 will be a GSM850/900/1800/1900 & WCDMA 850/2100.

Voto X6 photo gallery

Voto X6 review price, design & conclusion

The Voto X6 is a great looking phone. Slick looking and somewhat reminiscent of iOcean X7 with a very square body excepting slight rounds at the corners to save your fingers. The back piece appears to be faux leather, but looks fine.

The price of the Voto X6 is $250 in China, which means we should be seeing it available from China shops in the $270-300 range. This is about right for a phone with specs such as these.

I really like the looks and styling of the Voto X6. The front camera MP is exceptional, though if you are a long time reader of Gizbeat, megapixels is one of the least important specs we consider when looking at a phone.

The 1080p LCD could be considered a bonus or a negative depending on what you value. With 720p phones you get significantly better battery life, performance and price, but for some the beauty of retina is worth the trade off.

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Voto, known for releasing a re-branded version of the UMi X2 and the budget Voto V5, has recently released the Voto X6 in China and should be available soon in China shops catering to Westerners. Voto X6 review LCD & SoC The Voto X6 will carry the 8-core MT6592 5.5' LCD...
<img class="size-medium wp-image-4536 alignleft" src="http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/voto-x6-review-20-200x154.jpg" alt="voto-x6-review-20" width="200" height="154" />Voto, known for releasing a <a title="Umi X2 / Voto X2 Review – Standard / Turbo!" href="http://www.gizbeat.com/2306/umi-x2-voto-x2-review-standard-turbo/">re-branded version of the UMi X2</a> and the <a title="$130 Budget Umi X2 – The Voto V5 Youth!" href="http://www.gizbeat.com/2599/130-budget-umi-x2-the-voto-v5-youth/">budget Voto V5</a>, has recently released the Voto X6 in China and should be available soon in China shops catering to Westerners.<span id="more-4530"></span> <span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Voto X6 review LCD & SoC</strong></span> The Voto X6 will carry the 8-core MT6592 5.5" LCD @ 1080p, giving a ppi of 400. While 400ppi is certainly in retina range, the battery and performance stress is significant with MT6592. This will be up to the individual user as to what's more important - a super crisp display, or better performance and battery life. <span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Voto X6 review storage, RAM & Antutu</strong></span> Storage is 32GB and RAM 2GB. <a title="Do I Need a Phone With 2GB RAM? 1GB vs 2GB!" href="http://www.gizbeat.com/2248/do-i-need-a-phone-with-2gb-ram-1gb-vs-2gb/">This should be more than enough for even power users</a>. For casual users will be overkill, but it's nice to know the storage and RAM space is there should it be needed. The Voto X6 is SD expandable. Voto X6 Antutu score is a healthy 28k.<img class="aligncenter size-large wp-image-4533" src="http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/voto-x6-antutu-450x267.jpg" alt="voto-x6-antutu" width="450" height="267" /> <span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Voto X6 review camera, battery, OS & frequency support</strong></span> The Voto X6 will have an 8mp front camera and 13mp rear. Those of you who follow mobile tech know that 8mp for front is very high. Quite possibly the highest released in a mid-range brand China phone excepting the <a title="MT6591 iNew V8 Review Specifications" href="http://www.gizbeat.com/4477/mt6592-inew-v8-review-specifications/">upcoming iNew V8 with rotating 13mp</a>. The battery is 2300mA which is about standard for a 5.5" phone. Users should get at least 4-5 hours onscreen WiFi web surfing and standard use. The Voto X6 will be a GSM850/900/1800/1900 & WCDMA 850/2100. <span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Voto X6 photo gallery</strong></span> <span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Voto X6 review price, design & conclusion</strong></span> The Voto X6 is a great looking phone. Slick looking and somewhat reminiscent of <a title="MT6582 iOcean X7 HD Review!" href="http://www.gizbeat.com/2974/mt6582-iocean-x7-hd-review/">iOcean X</a>7 with a very square body excepting slight rounds at the corners to save your fingers. The back piece appears to be faux leather, but looks fine. The price of the Voto X6 is $250 in China, which means we should be seeing it available from China shops in the $270-300 range. This is about right for a phone with specs such as these. I really like the looks and styling of the Voto X6. The front camera MP is exceptional, though if you are a long time reader of Gizbeat, megapixels is one of the least important specs we consider when looking at a phone. The 1080p LCD could be considered a bonus or a negative depending on what you value. With 720p phones you get significantly better battery life, performance and price, but for some the beauty of retina is worth the trade off.



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