The Korean company Xtreamer-Mobile launches JoyZ - the company's new 4.7" screen size smartphone. JoyZ impressive advantages are mainly due to its Samsung EXYNOS 4 QUAD processor, as well as 3D graphic performance, which provide the users powerful experience while browsing, gaming or using other features.

In addition, the EXYNOS 4 QUAD processor enables high speed multi-tasking when switching seamlessly between apps or online social networking, along with ultra-low power consumption.

Xtreamer JoyZ

Xtreamer JoyZ comes with an advanced operating system type Deck OS ROM with Root Access and Multi-lingual Locale with RTL support.

JoyZ main features and added values:

  1. Operating System – Jelly Bean
  2. RAM: 1GB
  3. Storage: 8GB
  4. 13 megapixel camera
  5. Built-in GPS voice-guided that allows easy, convenient and available navigation
  6. GORILLA glass 2 – The powerful and advanced available on the market, which enabling to reduce cover glass thickness up to 20% without compromising image quality and touch sensitivity
  7. MAH2500 battery allows 250 hours standby, 6.5 hours on Wi-Fi browsing, 6 hours browsing in G2 and 6.5 hours video playback

 

JoyZ's very competitive price of €334 (including flip cover and shipment), is a part of the Xtreamer business philosophy to provide its consumers a smartphone with ROOT ACCESS to all updates and apps, while sharing its knowledge with the Android community users worldwide – at the best value for price. 

 

Xtreamer JoyZ

CPU

Exynos4412

GPU

Mali-400

Camera

13MP

Front Camera

2MP

Battery

2500 mAh

Screen

4.7"

Resolution

720x1280

PPI

312ppi

SIM Type

MicroSim

Dimensions

71 x 136.8 x 10.8 mm

Weight

145g

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