Two days ago we learned much information about the Vkworld T1 Plus Kratos display and the technology it carries. Today, additional information is revealed, both for the display as well as the build quality and internals.
Oleophobic coating was first introduced by Apple in iPhone as it was then that the technique was ready for mass production devices. It is now broadly used by manufacturers but budget-friendly devices usually lacked any such coating, ending in displays covered with grease from your fingers. Fingerprint is one of the most annoying things for smartphone users and the oleophobic coating on T1 Plus Kratos can dissolve most fingerprint marks and grease from hands and keep the screen clean.
The Vkworld T1 Plus Kratos is built with 7000 Series Aluminum alloy–the same material that is used on iPhone 6S/6S Plus and that brings elevated build quality to the low priced category. Add to that the MediaTek quad-core SoC and 2G RAM+16G ROM along with the dual SIM-dual standby and micro SD card expansion, and the rumored price of $149.99 seems too tempting to ignore.
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