Today, dual SIM phones have become very popular. This is why to prevent the fakes from taking over; brand names are making their very own dual SIM phones for sale to their customers.
Well, the Xperia C5 is from the camp of Sony and is a device model that has both single and dual SIM versions. These devices are already available for sale all over the world. So, if you have checked out some pictures of the device on some sites, but are wondering if it is a device worth purchasing then you need to read on.
The C5 is generally a Smartphone designed with the aim of making people who love to take selfies have an amazing experience. It however comes with some other features you must know and will definitely love to know to convince you if you are making the right decision after all.
C5 Ultra Processor Specs
The C5 Ultra comes with a 1.7 GHz MediaTek MT6752 Octa-Core processor as well as a Mali-T760MP2 GPU. These are very fast processors which means, you can count on the device to work smoothly for you.
C5 Ultra Display Specs
The C5 Ultra comes with a 6 inch display along with full high definition and 376 pixels per inch which means viewing videos and other media content is very clear.
C5 Ultra RAM and Storage
It comes designed with a 2 gigabyte of RAM and 16 gigabyte of internal storage. Also, these storage amounts can easily be expanded to 200GB. So, you can have as many pictures saved and stored on it for your viewing pleasure.
C5 Ultra Camera Set-Up
It has a 13 MP back camera along with autofocus, 1080p video capturing, LED flash and also a 13 MP front camera with LED flash as well. This is what surprises many people and this is what has brought much attention to the device. It is difficult to find devices with front camera takes that are as unique as what Sony has here.
C5 Ultra Battery Strength
The battery power of Sony is not as strong as most people would want. However, it is not that bad. It has a 2980 mAh battery. However, its battery is not removable and this is one aspect most people do not like. Generally, phones with non-removable batteries are considered or seen as trouble phones. However, this takes nothing away from the device.