What’s the sweet spot for 1080p? 6.45-inch full HD Android announced

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Full HD 1080p displays may have first arrived with tablets, but we’ve since seen them shrink-down and start becoming the screens of choice for higher-end smartphones, as well. What we’ve largely been missing out on, though, is the 1080p experience in more of a large phablet or small tablet range – that’s especially unfortunate, because these are the sizes where all the extra pixels could make the most impact. The device we share with you today may not be so compelling overall, but its 6.45-inch 1080p display sure has our attention.

The Firefly V65 sounds alright with a 13-megapixel main camera, 2GB of RAM, and a stylus, but once mention of that MediaTek SoC pops-up, our expectations start dialing right on back. In any case, the V65 will likely never leave China, so it’s not a phone that will be popping up again on our radar anytime soon.

But what about that full HD panel? There’s some speculation that this could be the same component due for the rumored Sony Togari – you might remember that model’s been attached to a 6.4-inch 1080p screen. It’s no slam dunk, but it’s possible that the V65’s existence lends a little support to the Togari theories.

Source: Firefly
Via: phoneArena

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