Review: Fly Dune 4

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Review: Fly Dune 4

Fly is a UK based company and is still to hit that glory phone which will get its motor running. Coming to their phone Fly Dune 4 which was launched earlier this year has budget phone specifications and a price tag which doesn’t match the price. Since, these days companies like Xiaomi, OnePlus, Motorola, Lenovo, etc. (you get the gist) are launching phones with brilliant configurations and launching then at small prices.

This phone comes with certain flaws which it would have to overcome in the next variant if they want to make a name. Fly has offered 1 Gigabyte of RAM with a quad – core processor. This was available by the time year hit 2012 and they have launched it in 2015. Another major flaw is 196 ppi (pixels per inches) on a 5-inch phone, which is consequently, low resolution.

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In a world where one could get a better phone in a better bargain why would they go for Fly Dune 4? People need reasons to buy phone. Specifications might have become pretty clear to you by the flaws aforementioned but still the phone has got 1 Gigabytes of RAM powering a 1.2 GHz Quad – core processor and has a Mali 400.

The specifications seem good but they need to have to have some kind of USP for selling this phone. The phone has an 8 MP with 1080p video recording capability (25 FPS) and has a front facing camera of 3.2 MP. It’s a dual SIM smart phone. The phone has below average battery life of 2000 mAh which means the talk time enough is sufficient to discharge this phone completely talking about high end games but when 3G is brought into play the talk time reduces from 7 to mere 4 Hours.

The phone has a 5-inch stature with a plastic body and three physical buttons, two of them being for volume and the other one for power ON/ OFF. The body is made of plastic with a metal brush design at the back accompanied by the company’s logo at the back. The screen to body ratio is 67.98 % which is pretty decent for this phone. The phone has a 7.6 mm thickness which is also good. Although, the use of such small battery still isn’t justified.

The phone is offered Android 4.4 Kitkat. There is no expected update for this phone even though Android M is ready to be launched. They use a customized user interface like the ones in Micromax, Intex, etc. Since Android is user friendly, there wasn’t much problem using the phone.

Performance of the device is strictly OK. If you are looking for a second phone, you might find better alternatives on the market for a bit more than its asking price.

Price: AED 350

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