$50 JiaYu F1 Antutu and device photo leaked

The smartphone excitement is just happening at CES as the first leaked photo and Antutu scores of the $50 JiaYu F1 emerge.

We posted details of the JiaYu F1 last week where it was revealed that JiaYu had plans to launch an ultra-affordable smartphone that would cost only $50. Specifications of the phone included a 1.3Ghz dual-core MT6572 processor, 512mb RAM, 5 mega-pixel main camera and 4.7-inch 960 x 540 resolution display.

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Photos of the JiaYu F1 have emerged today showing a engineering sample of the cheap white Android phone achieving Antutu benchmarks of 10,885 points. The photo also appears to show the power button is located on the top with a volume rocker an the right hand side of the phone. Being a budget device it’s not surprising to see rather think bezels on the phones.

JiaYu now have quite a nice range of phones for 2014 ranging from the JiaYu F1 and G2F and toping out with the Snapdragon 600 powered S1 and soon to be launched 8-core JiaYu S2.

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  1. Chico Migraña
    January 6, 2014

    what’s the point to sell this kind of phones? 512 ram it’s like get back in time 2 years I think. Just the low price?

    • Kevin Ngo
      January 6, 2014

      512 ram would be very low for many people including myself. However, some users don’t need a ton of power. For one of my friends, she only uses the phone function and google voice to send free text messages. 512 ram would be just fine for her.

    • Allanitomwesh
      January 6, 2014

      When your other choice is a dumbphone Nokia Asha,this is a godsend.

  2. Troll
    January 6, 2014

    not surprising to see rather “think” bezels on the phones.

  3. sam
    January 6, 2014

    the screen size is inaccurate, your other article said 4″ not 4.7″.

  4. Zsoltee
    January 6, 2014

    Seriously people, what do you want from a $50 phone?