The phone that we are going to review is the Efox Value 6. The following are details of the phone shared by the store.
Operating system: Android 4.2.2
CPU: MT6582 1.3ghz quad-core processor
GPU: Mali 400 Mp
Front camera: 2mP
Rear camera: 5mP
Battery: Plug-in LI-ION battery, 2000mah.
Bands: GSM 850/900/1800/1900 Mhz, WCDMA 3G 850/2100 Mhz
GPS: GPS + GLONASS AGPS
Bluetooth: Yes, 4.0
SIM card slot: 1 ordinary, 1 micro-SIM
Display screen size: 5-inch
Resolution: 1280×720 IPS Screen. OGS produced by LG.
Languages: English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, German, Vietnamese, Turkish, Filipino, Bulgarian, Dutch, Romanian, simplified Chinese, etc.
Dimensions: 141.8mm x 71.5mm x 7.5mm
Total weight of package: 429g
The MT6582 is good considering that it’s a low-end product of Mediatek. The screen’s resolution is excellent considering the price. I also liked the ROM size since it allows users to install application with an SD and has 2.6gb for internal storage.
As for what I didn’t like, the camera is terrible (whether in video or photo mode. It’s at the same level as the Lenovo A850. The flash is very weak.
4. Design and Construction
The speaker is located at the top on the front side along with the light sensor, front camera, and other features.
Micro USB connector and main microphone
5. Photos taken with the camera
With a little light
6. Operating System
A. User Interface
It looks similar to MIUI and I didn’t have a lot of problems with it. One problem though is that it does not ask if you want to unlock your SIM until you make your first call. In addition, when it starts, there is a message saying that loading stopped when this application is not installed.
The memory is also very good and is enough for you to install an SD card.
8. Analysis of performance
The WiFi connection is very impressive.
One floor below
About 40m away with two walls in between
With a 2000mah battery and the MT6582, you should not have a problem using this phone for the entire day.