Here at Gizchina, we love to see new manufacturers stepping up to table to provide us with more new and interesting devices to talk about, and new smartphone maker Zaydo has done just that with their first phone, the impressively specced Zaydo Pulse.
The Zaydo Pulse is powered by a Snapdragon 810 processor clocked at 1.5GHz + 2GHz, along with 4GB of RAM, 32/64GB of internal storage, a 5.5-inch 1080p Full HD IPS display, a Sony IMX214 13MP rear camera, a front facing 5MP camera and a decently sized 3100mAh battery. The device also supports microSD cards, thought the maximum capacity hasn’t been stated.
On the outside, the device has a rather clean and simplistic design. The rear appears to be a matte plastic cover that can be removed to reveal the removable battery, microSIM card slot and microSD card slot. A solid metal band goes all around the device, and the front is dominated by the display. The Pulse measures in at an impressive 154.1 × 76.5 × 5.55 mm and weighs 151g. It will come in two colours, Smoke White and Midnight Black.
The 32GB Zaydo Pulse will cost you an affordable $319, while the 64GB model goes for $369. It’s currently on pre-order on their website, and the devices are estimated to ship on the 20th of October. What do you think of the Zaydo Pulse? Tell us in the comments below.