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Medion X5520: Smartphone with 5.5 inch, 1080p 4 GB of RAM for 299 euros
Medion has unveiled at IFA 2016 in Berlin today a brand new Smartphone: The Medion X5520 comes with IPS screen with 5.5 inch diagonal, 1,920 x 1,080 pixels and the operating system Android 6.0. Whether an upgrade could be done to Android 7.0 in the near future, unfortunately, is still open. The specifications of this device read, as measured by the price, very neat: Inside we find about a Qualcomm 430 with eight cores, 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage. The latter can be expanded via microSD subsequently by up to 128 GB. 299 Euro proclaimed as price for the X5520 Medion.
The Medion X5520 also waiting for a fingerprint scanner, has a metal case and a design with 2.5D glass, which is marketing talk for basically means that the glass better merges at the edges with the rest of the casing or clings to the corners. Colour variations Medion Titanium and Amber Gold will proffer.
The camera of the Medion X5520 comes up with 13 megapixels, while the webcam has nevertheless still 5 megapixels. For the battery manufacturers are again at 3,000 mAh, which, according to rich Medion for ca, 10 hours and 120 hours standby. The smartphone can also be used in dual SIM operation.
MEDION X5520_Amber Gold As interfaces are GPS, 4G LTE, the aforementioned memory card slot, GPS, Bluetooth 4.0, Wi-Fi 802.11 b / g / n, Bluetooth 4.0, microUSB 2.0 and two nano-SIM slots available. The Medion X5520 measures 77 x 152 x 8.9 mm and weighs about 161 grams. The package you will receive in addition to the smartphone itself, a USB cable, a power adapter, headphones, a quick start guide and a safety manual.
medion cashback september
Unfortunately, the new X5520 appear until the fourth quarter 2016, otherwise you would get it in September with 50 Euro cashback for 249 euros. A corresponding Cashback Offer ends with effect from 29 August and includes the manufacturer “the entire X-Series”. But for the new smartphone will be too late.
The bottleneck is the Medion X5520 course the relative rather weak SoC. Should the processing agree, I find the price / performance ratio but at first glance not bad.Viewing:-50
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