Xiaocai 8-core MT6592 full specifications

Xiaocai have been showing off photos and specification details of their 8-core MT6592 Android phone and it looks pretty special!

Xiaocai’s next phone is going to be kitted out with some great hardware. The company have announced that the replacement to the X9 will get the new 8-core MT6592 processor, 2GB RAM, 32GB memory and 5.5-inch 1920 x 1080 display.

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There are also a few other nice highlights including a 13 mega-pixel rear camera with F2.0 aperture, NFC, OTG and MHL! Like all Xiaocai phones the new phone will also come with their own CAI OS based on Android 4.2.


Pricing and a launch date haven’t been announced, but it looks like all they are waiting for is for Mediatek to start shipping MT6592 processors.

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  1. wat
    October 2, 2013


  2. ludo
    October 2, 2013

    Not want, as CaiOS on the X9 I had was probably the worst skinned version of Android ever. They should stick to plain Android, or officially support LeWaOS.

    • wat
      October 2, 2013

      I would flash it, hopefully

  3. ZecaMarol
    October 2, 2013

    Complete. With these settings, I can get it.

  4. PapaDog
    October 3, 2013

    What’s the quality on these things? I’ve never come across Xiaocai before, and I thought i know a thing or two about the Chinese market. Any reviews?

    • Roy
      October 3, 2013

      Search for Xiaocai X9. I remember people said it has a really bad back cover that makes it feel cheap (so cheap it actually makes cracking sound when you hold it).

  5. roberto tomás
    October 3, 2013

    where does USB OTG and MHL-HDMI come from? I mean, is this something that MT6592 provides, or something that they put separate controlling silicon in for?

    These are two *must have* technologies 🙂

    • gerstavros
      October 4, 2013

      OTG and MHL are supported in MTK6589 too, but phone manufacturers usually don’t add the support in mainboard (in usb port)

      • Raymond
        October 25, 2013

        That’s news to me!

        Thanks for educating Gerstavros.

  6. ApOka
    October 3, 2013

    Why no 5″ or maximun 5,3″, and what about the battery? I’ll wait minimun real 3000mAh

  7. vincent
    October 3, 2013

    More information ! Price and wcdma ? 😀