The Mstar M1 Pro is looking exactly like the previously reviewed Mlais M4. This is one of the heavier phones I’ve reviewed with a very solid metal frame and some fair bit of heft to it. Overall a very solid phone in regards to physical build. It’s also got character with it’s leather-styled back piece and angled sides.

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The Mstar M1 Pro, is very similar, not only in style, but specs as well.

Mstar M1 Pro specifications

  • SoC: MT6752
  • CPU: 64-bit [email protected]
  • GPU: Mali-T760
  • Cameras: 13MP front / 8MP rear
  • Display: IPS [email protected]
  • RAM: 2GB
  • ROM storage: 16GB
  • Dual-SIM: Yes
  • TF SD expandable: Yes
  • Android: 5.0
  • 2G: GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz
  • 3G: WCDMA 850/900/1900/2100MHz
  • 4G: FDD-LTE 800/1800/2100/2600MHz
  • Battery: 3000mAh

The two differences we see specwise are the SoC, which in the Mstar M1 Pro is reportedly 3000mAh (Mlais M4 2400mAh); and the SoC, which in the Mstar M1 Pro is MT6752 (Mlais M4 MT6732).

My guess here is that it’s the exact same phone from the same factory, but with a different SoC and battery. This can only be a good thing, as I found the Mlais M4 to be a well built mobile all around. Notably it has worldwide 3G, four-band 2G, and a very solid physical build.

See Mlais M1 [email protected]

The price is very intriguing, and for a 2GB 5.5″ MT6752 phone is downright excellent. Especially since we’re beginning to see a lot of new models with the significantly weaker MT6735.

The Mstar factor is a bit of an unknown, but if it’s as I suspect (that its the same phone as Mlais M4, but with different SoC), this is a phone that can be considered for the shortlist, especially if you like the unique style the Mstar M1 Pro brings to the table.

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The Mstar M1 Pro is looking exactly like the previously reviewed Mlais M4. This is one of the heavier phones I've reviewed with a very solid metal frame and some fair bit of heft to it. Overall a very solid phone in regards to physical build. It's also got...
The Mstar M1 Pro is looking exactly like the previously reviewed Mlais M4. This is one of the heavier phones I've reviewed with a very solid metal frame and some fair bit of heft to it. Overall a very solid phone in regards to physical build. It's also got character with it's leather-styled back piece and angled sides.<span id="more-8323"></span> <img class=" size-full wp-image-8325 aligncenter" src="http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/mstar-m1-pro-review-20.jpg" alt="mstar-m1-pro-review-20" width="401" height="270" /> The Mstar M1 Pro, is very similar, not only in style, but specs as well. <strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Mstar M1 Pro specifications</span></strong> <ul> <li>SoC: MT6752</li> <li>CPU: 64-bit [email protected]</li> <li>GPU: Mali-T760</li> <li>Cameras: 13MP front / 8MP rear</li> <li>Display: IPS [email protected]</li> <li>RAM: 2GB</li> <li>ROM storage: 16GB</li> <li>Dual-SIM: Yes</li> <li>TF SD expandable: Yes</li> <li>Android: 5.0</li> <li>2G: GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz</li> <li>3G: WCDMA 850/900/1900/2100MHz</li> <li>4G: FDD-LTE 800/1800/2100/2600MHz</li> <li>Battery: 3000mAh</li> </ul> The two differences we see specwise are the SoC, which in the Mstar M1 Pro is reportedly 3000mAh (Mlais M4 2400mAh); and the SoC, which in the Mstar M1 Pro is MT6752 (Mlais M4 MT6732). My guess here is that it's the exact same phone from the same factory, but with a different SoC and battery. This can only be a good thing, as I found the Mlais M4 to be a well built mobile all around. Notably it has worldwide 3G, four-band 2G, and a very solid physical build. <h5 style="text-align: center;"><a href="http://www.everbuying.net/product1055586.html" target="_blank">See Mlais M1 [email protected]</a></h5> The price is very intriguing, and for a 2GB 5.5" MT6752 phone is downright excellent. Especially since we're beginning to see a lot of new models with the significantly weaker MT6735. The Mstar factor is a bit of an unknown, but if it's as I suspect (that its the same phone as Mlais M4, but with different SoC), this is a phone that can be considered for the shortlist, especially if you like the unique style the Mstar M1 Pro brings to the table.