Experience Android 8.1 Oreo with the latest AllCall S1


allcall s1

As the first mobile operative system, Android is widely used in electronic products, such as smartphones, smartwatches, TV boxes and much more. Google is always trying to provide the best user-oriented operative system and the latest – Android 8.1 Oreo – might have brought just that, which explains its large popularity and demand. The OS definitely comes with a fluent user experience along with lots of features, and that is why we find it on the recently launched AllCall S1 – the budget phone with a 5000mAh juice pack.

AllCall S1 is indeed powered by Android 8.1 Oreo, bringing a much less obtrusive power menu, an unlocked Pixel Visual Core, and many other features which could bring a more convenient, fluent and multifunctional experience to its consumers.

Furthermore, to satisfy the rapidly increasing security demands from consumers, AllCall made their S1 pass the Google certification test. You can test that by downloading any of the APP you like from Google Play Store without worrying about its compatibility. Which is never a given factor on these more budget friendly options.

allcall s1

The AllCall S1 is currently part of a big flash sale over at AliExpress, where it sells for only $49.99. Click here to learn more about the phone or snap up one here.

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4 Comments

  1. Zororonoa Gfx
    August 15, 2018

    Yes, indeed Tom, another insightful post with the latest AllCall S1, that makes it the 8th one.
    How about you mention in the article for once the actual specs of the device you keep promoting?
    The resolution is 960X480 and the CPU is  MediaTek MT6580A, 32-bit
    No 4G , only 3G capable.
    The photos are misleading also, the phone doesn’t actually looks like that, the bezels are larger .
    The quality of the screen is horrendous , imagine a 5.5inch screen with a 960×480 resolution…
    The cameras are also interpolated, they actually have 5mpx back and 1.3mpx front.
    The capacity of the battery seems to be fake as well, more like 3800mah.
    So what kind of review site has gizchina become when the reviewers advertise products and hiding the actual facts from the readers .
    I wonder how much are you getting paid Tom for promoting this phone over and over in so many articles?

    • Elisha Bentzi
      August 16, 2018

      yes, but the big problem of this phone is the missing 3g bands. This is a total failure for AllCall.
      At this price, If they put worldwide 3g bands coud be a great sucess. Without 3g bands is a failure.

    • tombreases
      August 16, 2018

      I’m sorry you feel like that but we just report what some people might want to know about a $50 phone.
      Specs aren’t hidden on the official website or on AliExpress, which are both linked. As for the battery capacity, there’s no way we can confirm or deny it without our hands on it, but be assured that if we review it, you’ll know the truth.

      And yeah, specs are horrendous for a phone in 2018, but we’re still talking about a $50 device. If that’s all a person can spend, the AllCall S1 is definitely better (in my opinion) than a “dumb” phone or a smartphone with only 1GB of RAM.

      Thanks for the feedback still.

  2. uju - azorji nkemjika
    August 16, 2018

    Thanks for saving from what would have been a ghastly mistake