Smartphones are getting cheaper and cheaper phones are getting better.
The M-Horse Power 2 is a phone that costs around $100 and it offers impressive value for that low price. As the name suggests it offers a lot of power and by that i mean that it has a massive battery. To be more exact, it has a 6000mAh battery that can keep the phone going for 2-3 days on one charge depending how you use it. The downside to having such a massive battery is the long charging time; so charging this phone takes around 4 hours.
Realistically there is no flagship phone that can offer this type of battery life and it is quite impressive that this could be accomplished with such at such a low price point.
The phone has a 5.5″ Screen that has a 720P resolution, but even like that it looks very sharp and has great and vivid colours. The screen sensitivity is also great and on par with much more expensive devices.
Leaving the screen aside, just underneath we have a fingerprint scanner that is very accurate. Unfortunately it’s not the quickest out there and it takes a bit from the time you press it till the phone comes to life.
You can find the M-Horse Power 2 at the following retailers:
The phone’s metallic frame is painted black and it gives the device a more premium feel and look. The back is made out of plastic and is non-removable. As long as you keep it clean it looks great, but that’s a difficult task. That being said, the back will get easily scratched if it’s not protected by some type of cover.
We even have dual cameras on the back of the device, a 8MP and a 2MP sensor. The bokeh implementation is not the greatest and if you want to check out some sample pictures you can find the full review video below. Leaving the 2nd camera aside and using just the main camera, the phone can take some decent pictures and better than i was expecting.
On the front of the phone there is a 5MP Camera and a front facing flash and the picture quality is somewhat decent.
The phone is powered by the MTK6737 CPU that is paired with 2GB of Ram and 16GB of Internal Storage. Since this is an entry level CPU the performance isn’t the best out there, but it is more than enough for light to medium usage.
The Benchmark results are also on par with other devices using the same CPU. Since the UI is very close to stock Android everything ia done quite smoothly and the main difference that you would notice between this phone and a more powerful one is how quickly the apps open.
For more detailed information make sure that you check out the full video review below.