Starmobile is now giving us more thrills on their recently announced line up of Android phone. One of those 11 devices that will surely catch your attention in terms of specifications and features is the Starmobile Knight. This device sports an 18 megapixels rear camera and 8 megapixels on front, both has autofocus and a BSI sensor that helps enhance photo quality at low light shots. Isn’t it awesome?
Starmobile Knight Specs and features
Android 4.2 Jelly Bean OS
4.7-inch IPS HD Display in Corning Gorilla Glass
1280 × 720 pixel resolution
18 megapixels rear camera with AF, LF and BSI
8 megapixels front camera with AF and BSI
1.2GHz Quad-core processor
PowerVR SGX544MP GPU
4GB Internal storage
support up to 32GB on microSD
Dual SIM / Dual Standby
3G / HSPA+/ Wi-Fi / Wi-Fi hotspot
Bluetooth / GPS
Non removable 2000mAh battery
The device was also featured at Unbox teaser post titled ‘Starmobile K’, also credit goes to those who pointed a link to the original device name of Starmobile Knight. Knight is a rebranded i-Mobile IQX, a mobile brand from Thailand where the said device is available.
Specs above are top average, with only one weakness which is the non removable battery. 1GB RAM on this device I think would do and renders the speed you want knowing its quad core processor. Design also looks sexy on its slim body with slightly rounded edge that makes you think of comparing to iPhone device.
Here’s more about i-Mobile IQX (Starmobile Knight), a post from this site pointed out that it has only 12.7 megapixels. They take apart all the parts of i-Mobile IQX and found out that the camera module has only 12.7 megapixels. To support on what they found out, they also pointed the Mediatek CPU used which is MT6589 supports only 13 MP while i-Mobile IQX announced with 18 MP camera. See photo below, credits to the respective site for the photo as watermarked.
To end up this case and to clear all your doubts, i-Mobile personnel mentioned on the forum updated that what found out is right. The ‘software interpolation has come a long way’ to attain that 18 megapixels.