Have you at any point took a stab at boarding a nearby prepare from Dadar station in Mumbai amid surge hour? Or on the other hand so far as that is concerned the Metro from Rajiv Chowk in Delhi? It’s an ocean of individuals endeavoring to crush in wherever they can discover space. That is the thing that the financial plan cell phone showcase feels like right now. It resembles cell phone producers are propelling telephones for the fragment immediately. We can’t censure them as the Indian buyers are value cognizant and search for offerings with parcel of highlights at ‘best cost’.
Comio is the most recent to join the spending portion cell phone fleeting trend and it propelled three cell phones in the nation as of late. Out of all the cell phones propelled, we tried the Comio C2, which accompanies a sticker price of Rs 7,499. We utilized the cell phone for quite a while and here’s our total survey.
Plan and show
The Comio C2 looks much better when contrasted with alternate cell phones in this value section. The gadget accompanies a plastic body with removable back board. The cell phone comes in Blue shading and it’s ports and catches are Gold in shading which gives a pleasant look and feel to the cell phone. Passing by the looks, you will discover Comio C2 very massive, yet it isn’t so much that overwhelming.
he smartphone comes with round corners and textured back panel which offers a firm grip to the users. The right side of the smartphone consists of the volume rockers and circular power button in gold colour. The bottom houses the micro USB charging port, while the 3.5mm audio jack sits on the top. On the rear panel you will find the 8MP camera with LED flash, Comio branding and a speaker grille. The front of the smartphone is dominated by a 5-inch HD display and 8MP selfie camera with flash. At the bottom of the display you will find 3 capacitive keys, which are painted on the screen. You will find the SIM card and microSD card slots underneath the removable back panel along with the non- removable 4000 mAh battery. The phone has a plastic body yet Comio C2 is a good looking device.
The smartphone features a 5-inch HD display with 720×1280 pixel resolution. The display is reasonably good considering the price of the smartphone. The viewing angles are fine, but the visibility under direct sunlight is not that great. The company has also included a Mira vision feature in the display, which allows real-time enhancement of picture quality. Users can also manually adjust the display settings as per their need.
Performance and camera
The Comio C2 is powered by a quad-core MediaTek processor paired with 2GB of RAM and 16GB internal storage. During our testing we found the smartphone satisfactory for normal usage. You can surf the internet, make calls and play light games easily on the device. However, you will feel a lag during multi- tasking and playing heavy games. While testing it’s performance, we also ran Antutu and GeekBench 4 tests on our device. While the phone scored 25,387 in Antutu Benchmarks, the single-core and multi-core scores on GeekBench 4 were 463 and 4711 respectively.
The audio quality is mediocre both on headphones and loudspeaker. The call quality was just fine and we faced some issues during signal reception. The smartphone is backed by a 4000 mAh battery and it easily lasts for day and a half on single charge.
The Comio C2 runs Android 7.0 Nougat operating system topped with the own UI of the company. The smartphone comes with the August security patch which is quite old. The device doesn’t come with an app drawer, which means that your apps will clutter the home screen. The smartphone also comes pre- loaded with company’s own apps such as anti- theft, Comio connect, SIM toolkit and others. The apps take a lot of space and you are left with 11GB of internal storage. Other than this it offers all the features of Android Nougat.
Comio C2 comes at a price tag of Rs 7,199 and has all the standard features of a budget smartphone. The smartphone’s performance too is decent. As for camera, it is quite average. Among the misses, a major miss is fingerprint sensor which has become almost a standard feature in all smartphones in this segment. On price front, Comio C2 faces tough completion from the likes of Xiaomi Redmi Y1 Lite and Moto C.