A new Xtreamer smartphone breaks loose on the market: Ban-G. It has a big display and features dual-sim capability. The MTK MT6589 quad-core processor drives the smartphone, helped by 1GB DDR2 memory.

The storage has 16GB, but you can enlarge it with a 32GB microSD card. Its 13 megapixel HD camera features LED flash and Autofocus, while the front 2MP camera can be used for video calls.

Xtreamer Ban-G box

Xtreamer Ban-G is equipped with 5.7", 5-points multi-touch, capacitive display, that supports resolutions up to 1280x720 pixels, dedicated to web and social media, HD video playback, 3D gaming and communication applications.

Xtreamer Ban-G

Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean OS, with multilingual support and ROOT access, allows you to customize your phone by your own desire. To keep the phone on for up to 5 hours of heavy-duty usage and for 300 hours of standby, Xtreamer Ban-G has a 2700 mAh battery.

Xtreamer Ban-G is available for €249.

 

Specs:

 

Xtremer Ban-G

CPU

MTK MT6589 ARM Cortex A9 Quad-Core 1.2GHz

GPU

PowerVR SGX 544MP

Memory

1GB RAM

Storage

Internal: 16GB

External: microSD up to 32GB

Screen

5.7" multi-touch, capacitive

Resolution

720x1280

Sim Type

Dual Sim

OS

Android 4.2.1

Camera

13MP back

2MP front

Battery

2700 mAh

Weight

200g

 

 

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