HomTom Doogee is a sub-brand specializing in the manufacture of Low-cost devices, so if we want a high-performance terminal, we look for other models of smartphones. Now, if we want a terminal with a large screen and that works fairly smoothly, perhaps we are interested in checking out the new HOMTOM HT7 Pro, a very interesting price range terminal.
Although we can not expect too premium design of a terminal under 100 euros, getting some terminals include aluminum design in a range of fairly low prices, as may be the Xiaomi redmi 3 or UMI Rome begin to appear. this is not the case HomTom H7 Pro, where we will have to make do with a chassis made of polycarbonate, but yes, quite pleasing to the eye. The manufacturer has left the rough texture that flaunted no Pro version, and as with the HOMTOM HT6, we now have a finish that imitates the polished aluminum; a typical low cost terminal solution but we find it more attractive than the choice for HOMTOM HT7.
The button layout moves away than usual, since we have both the power button and volume on the left side, while the right side is completely smooth. Upstairs we have the headphone jack 3.5 mm and at the bottom we have a dual speaker, microphone and a Micro-USB 2.0 port. As regards the front, have offscreen capacitive buttons, sensors front chamber and at the top, while the screen suffers from some side frames too thick for our taste. The upper and lower frames could also be a little thinner, but fall within the acceptable.
The HomTom HT7 Pro has some basic specifications, but more than decent for its price. on the one hand we have a HD screen of 5.5 inches, the other a SoC Mediatek MT6735 (24000 points Antutu 6.0) running at 1.3 GHz with a GPU Mali T-720MP2 which is accompanied by 2GB of RAM and 16GB of storage expandable via Micro-SD card up to 32 GB. it is essentially the same hardware that can be found in the HomTom HT6, with the exception of the battery, which in this case down from a bestial 6250 mAh to 3000 mAh some more mundane. Despite not having a huge battery, it is more than adequate for a 4-core terminal and HD resolution, and we should not have trouble getting to the end of the day, unless the manufacturer has optimized the system badly.
While the photographic section is not high-flying, it will serve to immortalize some other time thanks to its 8-megapixel camera (interpolated 13). The front camera makes us very little, since we have 2 megapixel reach 5 MP by interpolation (something that the manufacturer is silent on its website, all told).
In short, a low-end hardware set aspirational mid-range, which meets in all sections and which is a fairly substantial improvement over the MTK6580 quad core at 1.0 GHz of his predecessor, and we now have support for 4G networks and twice the RAM and storage, as well as having a slightly better rear camera.
Clearly the HomTom HT7 Pro is not the most prestacional terminal of the low-end, but if we consider that the UMI Rome is priced at about 100 euros in the Chinese market, and Xiaomi redmi 3 has a price of 130 / 160 euros for their normal and Pro versions; then you can see that the 73 and 81 euros so you can purchase the HomTom HT 7 Pro today (remember that the price may be changing), make it an ideal destination for those who have a very tight budget terminal. In return for sacrificing some power and construction, we have a solvent without the limitations of the low-end of last year, with 1GB of RAM and 8GB of storage terminal, experiences offered quite upgradable use.
As we say, if we can / want to spend some more money, it may be better to look at other proposals; but if we want a basic terminal that meets and does not make us too much damage to the pocket, this HomTom HT7 Pro is a recommended proposal.
If you like it, you could purchase it at Banggood and it is sold $ 79.99. By the way, its former generations smartphones also can be searched here, for example, HOMTOM HT5.