Pomp C6 with 5.5-inch FHD screen, quad-core processor and 2GB RAM announced


Here’s another look at the flagship Pomp C6, a phone which we have seen leaks and rumours about over the past few months and looks amazing value for money!

After a sneak peek at the specifications a few weeks back, the device has officially been launched in China. Measuring under 8mm thick and accompanied by a sleek and stylish design, we think the device is quite a looker! Featuring a 5.5-inch 1080p screen, the C6 packs a quad-core MT6589T processor running at 1.5GHz along with 2GB of RAM and 16/32GB of ROM. On the imaging front, the C6 does a 13 mega-pixel rear and an 8 mega-pixel front camera, with a dedicated shutter button. The device will come with a 3,000mAh battery and will have OTG, MHL,NFC and dual SIM capabilities.

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Do you think this is a wrong time for Chinese manufacturers to come up with quad-core phones, or would you be willing to go for one at a stage when eight-core ones are just round the corner?

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3 Comments

  1. Ian McDowall
    November 15, 2013

    Any word on a release date, Yash? I love the look of this, and it has a great feature set in a great looking body. Yes, It’s not exactly cutting edge – but cutting edge is not what I need. šŸ™‚

    • November 16, 2013

      Now that it has officially been announced, I’m guessing it would take about a fortnight for resellers to have it in stock!

  2. Alan
    November 15, 2013

    I think processing power for a fluid user experience is enough there… optimization however lacks big time just because the firms dont invest in it enough…

    Quad core or 8-core is not really any different. I’m way more concered how energy efficient the chips are if the 8-core score a higher benchmark but runs only 50% with the same battery then i would just go for the 4-core.

    The question is will i feel any difference btw 4 or 8 or 1 million cores…