The Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 CPU is one of the best CPUs on the market and while a bit outdated compared to more recent models like the Snapdragon 805, 808 and 810, the Snapdragon 801 is one hell of a performer, as it proved to the entire world when the OnePlus One, Galaxy S5, LG G3, Moto X 2014 and many others came around. Most of the devices that sport the Snapdragon 801 are still pretty expensive, as most of them are flagship devices of last year. If you’re looking for excellent performance but you’re on a tight budget, you came to the right place.
The Infocus M810T is now available on Everbuying for only $149 if you use the coupon code M810T when at the check-out page. This Chinese flagship that has stormed onto the market not long ago is one of the most impressively balanced smartphone/phablet we’ve seen in the last few months. Considering the Snapdragon 801 CPU, the massive display of the device and the neat premium design, the Infocus M810T is quite an impressive release.
Besides sporting excellent performance thanks to the high-end Snapdragon 801 SoC, the Infocus M810T also comes with a few other neat properties, like a big 5.5-inch FHD display that can rival with that of the iPhone 6 Plus. Its design lies somewhere in-between the iPhone 6, Xperia Z3 and Asus ZenFone 2, the handset sporting chamfered metal edges, a reflective glass back panel and a slim, sleek chassis.
The Snapdragon 801 is backed up by 2 GB RAM and 16 GB internal storage, with a microSD card slot also available for storage expansion. The camera setup is comprised of a 13 MP Sony Exmor sensor on the rear and a 5 MP wide-angle selfie camera on the front. Android 4.4 KitKat is running the show, which might sound attractive to those not happy with how Lollipop turned out. Last but not least, a 2600 mAh battery completes the package.
Having all the standard flagship features and adding to that setup the reputable Snapdragon 801 CPU, the Infocus M810T is one excellent example of how smartphones with high-end hardware can be truly cheap. OnePlus started the trend, but it looks like more and more manufacturers are getting the hang of it. Any takers?