Fero Mobile was first launched in Kenya about a year ago. The smartphone company since the has grown over time. It has a couple of good devices in its name (article coming soon). Its portfolio includes that of a fingerprint enabled, iris scanning phones and so much to feature phones with front cameras. In this article we talk about the Fero Power 2 an advance version and a new kid in the power series.
Fero Power 2 brings on aboard a 5.0 inch display screen. The screen features a good HD resolution of 720*1280 pixels. This kind of display offers more colors and clarity than smaller displays.
Table of Contents for Fero Power 2 Review, Full Specifications and Price
Fero Power 2 Key Specifications
- Display: 5.0 inch IPS display
- Resolution: 720*1280 pixels
- Dual SIM: Yes
- OS: Android 6.0 Marshmallow
- Procesor: quad core MediaTek with 1.3GHz frequency
- RAM: 1GB
- ROM: 8GB
- Cameras: 5MP + 2MP
- Battery: 4000mAh
OS and Performance.
It runs on Android 6.0 Marshmallow. Though we are in the era of Android 7.0 Nougat, Marshmallow is not so outdated. The device is equipped with a quad core processor (MediaTek chipset) with a clock frequency of 1.3GHz.
A let down for the handset is the 1GB RAM. However, this is not so bad considering the price and screen size. The amount of RAM pinpointed to Fero Power 2 can work so effectively. The phone has an internal storage of 8GB. The 8GB ROM can further be increased by a micro SD card to the likes of 32GB.
It supports dual SIM. The handset also effectively offers 3G support, meaning if you need a 4G enabled handset then look somewhere else. Bluetooth, compass, proximity sensor, GPS and so forth are the sensors on this handset.
Fero Power 2 loses it on the camera department. The phone has meagre camera section. With a 5MP primary camera, this is a joke. The handset even though features flash it is not to the standard. The secondary camera is a 2MP sensor. The camera too has a front flash.
Power 2 is built with a removable lithium ion battery. The phone a huge battery and is among the only one or few Fero phones with 4000mAh battery.
So what do you think of Fero Power 2? Where does it lose it? Comment in the box below.