A review of the new Maxe X1 4G phablet
Hisense has introduced the Maxe X1 4G device combining a smartphone, tablet, TV and set top box
Hisense has just launched a phablet-sized smartphone named the Maxe X1 4G at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. According to Hisense, the Maxe X1 is a combination between a smartphone, TV, tablet and a set top box. The Hisense has a massive 6.8 inch display with 1920 x 1080 resolution.
The Maxe 1 runs Android 4.4 and features a special UI. The new Hisense phablet is powered by a quad-core 2.3 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor. It offers 4G LTE connectivity.
The new Maxe X1 has a 13 megapixel camera which allows for full HD video recording. The camera also has a panoramic mode feature, plus a fast shooting and camera modes as well.
The audio of the Maxe X1 features dual front stereo speakers which play audio with a Dolby 5.1 virtual surround sound.
The Maxe X1 by Hisense also has microphones with noise canceling (three of them).
The producer has advertised its new device as one made appropriate to fit in the hand and to be used comfortably by a 5’11” man.
The Maxe X1 4G smartphone is 9.2 mm thick, and of course can be used by shorter and smaller people too.
The set top box function of this great smartphone can be used via a HDML cable which can be used to transfer content to a TV. Of course, the smartphone also offers an option of wireless connection with a TV too.
The Maxe X1 4G phablet comes with a 20 gram Mini NFC/Bluetooth phone, which allows the users to pick up incoming calls and read and send text messages without needing to take out and use the main Maxe X1 device.
The new Hisense Maxe X1 is expected to be released in March 2014, no information about the price is available yet.