Obi is the well known company for the most robust designed models of the Smartphones all over the world. Obi Worldphone has been backed up by John Scully and has introduced a new phone MV1which is designed by San-Fransisco based product studio Ammunition.
Full Specs of Obi Worldphone MV1
Operating System and Processor
The device uses either Android 5. 1 (Lollipop) as its OS or on Cyanogen OS 12.1.1. is powered by a Snapdragon 212 quad-core processor.
The phone holds 8 MP rear camera with Omni Vision OV8865 sensor, f/2.2 aperture, LED flash and supports 1080p video recording.
The secondary camera is of 2 MP.
The device supports DTS sound, dual microphone for active noise cancellation.
Obi Worldphone MV1 is powered with 2500 mAh battery.
Design and Display
The phone has 145.6 X 72.6 X 8.95 mm dimensions. With 149 gm weight has dual SIM slots (micro SIM + nano SIM).
There is a 5 inch (1280 X 720 pixels) in cell-touch display with oleophobic coating and Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection.
The new Smartphone from Obi also supports 4G LTE support or 3G with HSPA+. GPS, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi in dual band are supported standards.
Memory and RAM
The phone comes in two variants of 1 GB RAM/2GB RAM and has16 GB internal memory which is expandable up to 64 GB via microSD card.
Obi Worldphone MV1 will be available in Asia and Africa this month and in other places like Latin America and Europe in March 2016. The price of the Smartphone Rs. 9,530 for 1 GB RAM and Rs. 10,215 for 2 GB RAM.
On the launch, Co-founder John Scukkey said,
This is an industry with 200 different brands vying for consumers’ attention. There will be 1.4 billion Android phones produced in 2016 alone, so there needs to be a way to stand apart from the pack. The components for all these different phones are mass produced, in the same countries, and often in the same exact factories.
What we’ve done with the Obi Worldphone from the very beginning is show that it’s possible to have a beautifully designed phone that fits into your lifestyle at an accessible price without sacrificing form and technology. You don’t have to give up style in exchange for substance. With the MV1, you can have both.