|Release date||First quarter 2016|
|Selfie Cam Resolution||1.3-megapixel|
|Selfie Features||Front flash|
|Display size||5 inches|
|Display dots per inch||293.58 DPI|
|Display Resolution||1280 x 720 px|
|Display's superficy||10.68 square inches|
|Display's superficy (metric)||271.27 square mm|
|Display total pixels||921600|
|Operating System||Android 5.1 Lollipop|
|Graphic Processor (GPU)||Mali-T720|
|Thickness (metric)||9 mm|
|Width (metric)||74.3 mm|
|Height (metric)||144.5 mm|
|Included Accessories||Yezz VR360 headset|
|SIM card type||Dual|
|Expansion Limit||Up to 64GB|
|mAh per mm thick||222 mAh/mm of thickness|
|mAh per display square in.||187mAh/sqrin.|
|Sensors||Gyroscope, Proximity, Light|
The least-appealing model among Yezz's initial VR360 family, the Andy 5M VR matches its virtual reality Google Cardboard V2 goggles with a 5-inch HD display and a so-so (as of its release) 8-megapixel camera. It runs on a basic 1.3GHz four-core processor with 1GB of RAM, while an unimpressive 2000mAh battery powers it up from the engine room. Its specs also include an 8GB memory expandable by up to 64GB as well as a 1.3-megapixel selfie camera with flash. Disappointingly, this 2016 VR-enabled Android lacks 4G LTE connectivity.
Also called Yezz VR Andy 5M.
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