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Dingding SK3 Pro features a massive 5.5-inch screen and 3000mAh battery

by Joe 1

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Chinese smartphone manufacturers never manage to surprise us. We have seen many interesting smartphones from small companies in the past few years, and today, we have yet another company which has outed a good looking device.

You may have never heard of the company, Dingding, but they have just released a new smartphone in the market, the Dingding SK3 Pro which takes its design inspiration from one of the best looking smartphones of 2014, the LG G3. In fact, you can even say that the phone is a clone, because you get the same good looks of the G3 on this new device.

 

The front features a very clean and minimal look which adorns the large 5.5-inch display up front. At the back, you get the same rear volume rockers and power button as the G3. Even the camera and speaker placement is inspired from the LG flagship.

Inside, the phone features modest specifications. You get the standard MT6582 quad-core processor clocked at 1.3GHz on the device. But there’s an option for MT6572 too, which is an even slower processor (dual-core clocked at 1.2GHz) most likely retailing for a lesser price tag.

There’s 1GB RAM onboard along with 8GB internal storage. It is said that you can opt for a 2GB RAM  + 16GB storage version as well. Moreover, you can expand storage via MicroSD up to 32GB on both the models.

The large 5.5-inch display features a resolution of 1280 x 720p. For the low-end edition, you get the same 5.5-inch display but with a lower qHD resolution. As for the camera, there is an 8MP shooter at the back along with a 5MP shooter up front. In the better version, the rear camera produces 13MP resolution pictures and the front camera takes 8MP pictures with software interpolation.

Despite its modest specifications, one of the best features of the device is the large 3000 mAh battery onboard. Usually, to cut down the cost, manufacturers tend to sacrifice in this important area, but its good to see that Dingding SK3 Pro packs in a battery which can last for a day easily. And if you have the lower-end MT6572 dual core edition, you will definitely get more than a day’s usage, thanks to its power efficient feature.

Given its entry level placement, the phone does not support LTE networks. It will run on the Android 4.4.4 KitKat OS out of the box.

The device is expected to hit the markets soon in black, white and gold colors. We still don’t know the pricing of the SK3 Pro, but will keep you guys updated if we receive any information.

Here’s the full Dingding SK3 Pro tech specs:

Model: SK3 pro ( 3G )
Hardware ChipsetMT6582 ( Quad core 1.3Ghz Processor) (MTK 6572 otion)
Frequency(MHZ)WCDMA 850/1900/2100 & GSM850/900/1800/1900
Sim cardSupport Dual sims dual standby
OSAndroid 4.4.4
GPSSupport
FM RadioSupport
BluetoothSupport
CompassSupport
G-sensorSupport
Light-sensorSupport
Proximity sensorSupport
SpeakerAAC 1511
3GWCDMA 3.75G (HSDPA+42.2Mbps, HSUPA+ 11.5Mbps),Support WIFI AP
Network EDGESupport
GPRSSupport
WAPSupport
WI-FISupport
Display Main Display5.5‘’ HD IPS LCD 720*1280(5.5‘’ QHD IPS LCD 960*540)
Touch LensG+F/F multi-pointscapacitive touch
Camera Main Camera8.0 MP len AF with flash led(SW 13.0MP option)

(5.0 MP len AF with flash led)

(SW 8.0 MP otion)

Sub Camera2.0 MP (SW 5.0MP option)
Memory Internal Memory1GB+8GB (2GB+16GB option)(4GB+4GB otion)
External MemoryMicro SD card ( T-FLASH card),max 32GB
Batteries & IO Capacity(mAh)3000mAh
ChargerUSB Micro 5Pin
ConnectorUSB Micro 5Pin
Earphone3.5mm
Others ColorBlack, white,Gold
LanguageBahasa lndonesia, Malay,English,Danish,Deutsch,German, Spanish, Portuguese (Brazil), Portuguese (Portugal), Italian, Dutch, French, Polish, Romanian, Turkish, Russian, Arabic, Indonesian, Thai, Vietnamese, Hindi, Hebrew, Simplified Chinese, Traditional ChineseWe can support thirty six languages.
CertificationCE/Rohs/Sar
Launch timeFeb. 2015

 

 

 

 

 

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  • Mpho Masilo Jane Mokonopi

    What is the price of the DING DING phone?

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