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The successor to one of the best mid-range phones of the past couple of years is here:
- 5" 720p display (294ppi)
- 8GB storage with 1GB RAM, or 16GB storage with 2GB RAM
- Rear camera is 13MP with f/ 2.0 and dual-tone LED flash
- 5MP front facing camera
- Snapdragon 410 (quadcore Cortex A53 @ 1.4 Ghz)
- Dual SIM with 4G LTE. Supports bands 1, 3, 7, 8, 28, 40. Great for Optus and Telstra, not so great for Vodafone.
- Micro SD car slot, supports upto 32GB cards.
- Waterproof IPX7 certified (means it can withstand 30 minutes under 1m of still water).
And probably most important of all (for me): A nearly stock Android experience, without all the crapware that other manufacturers like to shove down our throat.
All in all, a great upgrade to last year's model.
From the spec list I see only missing two things that are of importance to some people: Band 5 LTE is important for those who want good 4G on Vodafone. It's also missing 5Ghz Wifi (only supports 2.4Ghz) and that is important for those in city offices or dense residential apartments.
Pricing will be crucial of course. But the 2GB RAM/16GB model is looking like a very good phone to me.