PHICOMM E551 (karaoke-themed entry level phone), E651 (company’s first 64-bit phone), and P660 (has FHD screen)

by Frank Tu 0

This afternoon, PHICOMM Mobile launched three new devices: E551, E651, and P660. These devices look better than PHICOMM’s previous releases.


The PHICOMM E551 is advertised as a “KTV” phone, similar to the Vivo x5L. It has the software necessary to provide the best singing experience. As for its hardware, they are more along the entry level 4G market. It sports a 4.5-inch qHD IPS display screen and 2mp/5mp dual-camera, uses a quad-core chipset, is powered by a 1750mAh battery, and supports TD-LTE/TD-SCDMA/GSM dual-SIM networks. Its OS is the Android 4.42.

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The E651 has stronger specs as it is the company’s first 64-bit phone. It uses the Snapdragon 410 chipset (MSM8916), supports 5 modes and 14 frequencies, sports a 5-inch 720p screen and 2mp/8mp (Sony IMX179) dual-camera, has 1GB RAM, and is powered by a 2000mAh battery. Its OS is the KitKat.


Out of the three new phones, the P660 is the main star. Not only does it have a fashionable appearance but also has more powerful specs than the other two. It sports a unibody metal case and FHD display screen. Its processor is an octa-core chip from Qualcomm. It supports LTE networks and has 2G RAM and 16G ROM. It also supports NFC and dual-SIM.