- Analysis by Christelle Nina
While keeping its product lineup mostly on the ultra-affordable side, FIGO also dabbles a bit on the semi-mid-range market. This phone is FIGO's most premium phone as of July 2017 -- and in its pros and cons list are several low-end and mid-end specs mixed together.
One of the clearest shots that FIGO has taken in upgrading the Gravity's stature is the rear-mounted fingerprint scanner . This security feature is, more often than not, what's usually lacking in low-end smartphones, as of this article's writing.
The 5.5-inch 720p display is a clear indicator of the Gravity's true market value, however -- having a slightly-sub-par pixel density of 267DPI , compared to many of the competition.
Moving on, things are again looking up in the performance department. Having an octa-core processor that's coupled with a promising amount of RAM (3GB) , this smartphone poses as a potential good buy for multitaskers on a budget. The 1.3GHz CPU speed isn't as promising -- however, it's still pretty acceptable for such a phone.
Coupled with a metallic finish , this device's thinness is a definite plus. Lending it some additional oomph is the 2.5D curved glass sitting atop the display.
Ending this pros and cons list is one of the FIGO Gravity's stronger features. Users concerned with longevity will likely find promise in this Android's 3000mAh fuel tank .
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If you're looking for a budget-friendly device, but cannot commit to going full-on with a totally-stripped-down model, then this offering from FIGO may be worth checking out. It's still a low-end device, but with a few bumped-up specs here and there, it does allow one to feel like he's riding on more premium waves.
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** This phone is also known as: FIGO X55L
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