The Linshof i8 stands out from other droids with it’s unique design
Ranging from tiny Ford Fiestas to monster Mercedes Benz trucks, Germany is known for very good cards cars but one trending technology seems to have eluded the tech-inclined country — mobile phones.
Though there are few phone producers in the European world power nation, none of them can stack up to the big Apple in North America or east-bound where you find Koran’s Samsung, Taiwan’s HTC or even China’s Xiaomi. However, one German company wants it’s name to be known from now.
CEO Dr. Tomas Bencik explains his company, Linshof, has made a product called the i8 that has a 5″ 1080p “Super AMOLED, IPS” touchscreen. Of course no phone has that some sort of display. What the CEO means is that there will be two variants of the device — one with an IPS screen and one with Super AMOLED technology.
Other specs of the Linshof i8 is 3GB of “fast clocked RAM” and an 80GB of hard disk partitioned into two places — 16GB for apps and 64GB for storing other content. The device ticks with a 2.1GHz octa-core processor CPU and boots with Android 5.0 Lollipop. The smartphone comes with a 3100mAh battery and ships in various color flavors.
Linshof is asking $380 for one unit of it’s product plus you can start saving for the company’s 10.1″ tablet which has a 2048×1536 display, 9000mAh battery and is arriving early 2015.
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