Siswoo Longbow C55 dual glass and alloy body with massive 4200mAh battery


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Just in from Siswoo is the new Siswoo Longbow C55 sporting a glass and alloy body, Android 5.1 Lollipop and huge 4200mAh battery!

We get excited about smartphones with large batteries, but we get even more excited when the battery is huge and the phone design gets the benefit of premium materials!

Siswoo are still a new smartphone maker, but already their phones are grabbing the headlines. In the past week alone we have seen leaked photos of the i8, and gotten the full low-down on the dual screen R9 Darkmoon.

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For next month Siswoo are aiming to launch another device named the Siswoo Longbow C55. We’ve managed to get hold of a few details which confirm the phone will have a massive 4200mAh battery, 64bit processor, 2GB RAM, Android 5.1 and Corning Gorilla Glass display.

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We’ve pressed out sources at Siswoo who confirm that the phone will also have dual SIM support and that they are currently aiming to open European service centres for their phones. Exciting news!

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29 Comments

  1. May 19, 2015

    Hmm … Siswoo is turning into another Ele … cough … cough. Hope this doesnt turn out to be aother steep priced phone again.

    • Mik
      May 19, 2015

      and my Elephone P2000 touch screen started to randomly stop responding. After 5 months of use. Lot’s of people have this problem.

      I hope their new phones have a higher build quality

      • May 19, 2015

        Exactly what I mean. I hope they are not low quality and low support.

        • balcobomber25
          May 19, 2015

          The most recent Elephones have been high quality and support has been good. Elephone suffered from some quality problems early on but from speaking to people who have used their most recent models that seems to be in the past.

          Every brand though suffers from quality issues, for a company like Elephone it gets magnified because they don’t sell as many handsets. Whereas a company like Samsung or Apple that sells millions of units can skew the numbers to make it look like their phones aren’t affected as much to defects even though the percentages are pretty close to the smaller brands.

          • bassa
            May 19, 2015

            what’s that elephone model?

            • balcobomber25
              May 19, 2015

              What are you talking about?

            • bassa
              May 20, 2015

              can you tell me one elephone model with high quality?

            • balcobomber25
              May 20, 2015

              I know a lot of people that love the P5000, P6000, G7 and so far P7000.

          • Chico Migraña
            May 19, 2015

            I have 2 good examples, Sony ZR and Z1, ZR sucks , bad WiFi signal, drops all the time, NFC and Bluetooth not responding anymore, SonyCare don’t fix those issues, and waterproof is a mystery if works. Z1’s WiFi drops was the worse, never get a fix. (My silly brother has those phones) and there’s a lot of people complaining about those problems. I won’t start to talk about Z3, a friend of mine still suffering paying 600 dollars for that crap with no fix because the upper speaker.

            • balcobomber25
              May 19, 2015

              I know from personal experience the waterproofing does work on Sony models. I used both a Z1 and Z2 when snorkeling in Thailand.

          • Lazar Prodanovic
            May 20, 2015

            Think Elephane still have built quality problem’s. Look at various & not constant flows on P6000 for example. Me by it’s nothing crucial but still are quality problems. Makes me wonder actually how they got all possible quality certificates.

            • balcobomber25
              May 20, 2015

              I have heard nothing but good things from people I know (both in real life and in forums) who have the P6000.

            • Lazar Prodanovic
              May 20, 2015

              Well for instance Andy had problematic back cover, magnetometer is not working, software pinch zooming – scrolling problem whose present (I commented more about it on article about it on this site)… There whose various other build quality flows individually present but non of major ones. P6000 is probably their best seller ever as they hit market in the right time with right specs & without real concurrency at the time. They got all 4 major quality certificates for it but the quality control they have is sincerely not that good at all. I cried out laughing out loud looking a commercial how they soposedly make it (official one).
              Never the less it’s still one of the best MT6732 phones up to date.

            • balcobomber25
              May 20, 2015

              I know 6 people who have the P6000 and only one had a problem with his, it was due to a faulty battery which the shop replaced free of charge.

          • Muhammad Yasir
            May 20, 2015

            balco , wut happenend to u pic ?

            • balcobomber25
              May 20, 2015

              I updated it to better fit this site.

            • MaxPower
              May 20, 2015

              Then you should have put the Antutu logo. Lol
              Your New England followers are probably trying to figure out who you are now.

            • balcobomber25
              May 20, 2015

              They are probably all scratching their heads saying “Why did he spell Me wrong?”

          • Muhammad Yasir
            May 20, 2015

            balco , wut happenend to u pic ?

    • May 20, 2015

      119 Euros for this apparently

      • cesc
        May 20, 2015

        c50 is 139 euros in their official web site

      • cesc
        May 20, 2015

        c50 is 139 euros in their official web site

      • Steven Fox
        May 22, 2015

        Wow, that would make it a killer product!

    • May 20, 2015

      119 Euros for this apparently

  2. Steven Fox
    May 20, 2015

    This looks like a MT6735 model, if they could keep the price below 169$ it could be worth it.

  3. Steven Fox
    May 20, 2015

    This looks like a MT6735 model, if they could keep the price below 169$ it could be worth it.

  4. jsbless
    May 20, 2015

    ooh that’s massive battery! how about the cpu?

  5. jsbless
    May 20, 2015

    ooh that’s massive battery! how about the cpu?

  6. season
    May 23, 2015

    yeah, siswoo c50 can be the best rival of elephone g9. http://goo.gl/1VW3SM