Friday, March 22, 2013

Star B94M Quadcore Review Video - AKA HDC B943 - MT6589 - Dualsim


The Phone: CLICK

Camera test pictures: 

CLICK
CLICK
CLICK

Specs:

4.5 inch capacitive 5-Point Multi Touch Screen

Display 960x540 QHD pixel resolution

MTK6589 Quad-Core CPU @ 1.2GHz

Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean

1GB RAM / 4GB ROM - approx. 2.7 GB ROM available, tf-card support

Quadband, unlocked, 3G / UMTS / HSDPA / WCDMA

Wifi, Bluetooth, G-Sensor, GPS, A-GPS, g-sensor, proximity sensor, light sensor, magnetic field sensor (compass)

Main camera: Autofocus, 12.5MP output, LED flash

Front camera: 5MP output


I just realized that this cover doesn't fit right, so forget about it!

7 comments:

  1. Hey MR .Zap!

    Got my goophone and everything looks super... gonna start flashing it in some days now.

    nice phone you got!! I want to get a quadcore my self now and ive been looking in to the hdc note 2 phones with quadcore from fastcardtech, so here comes my question

    what quadcore 6589 Galaxy look-alike would you
    recomend?

    Big fan of yours!! keep up the good work and all the best to you!

    BR
    /Vic

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Hi and thank you so much :-) I really don't know what to recommend, I only have one "phablet" with a MT6589, called the "HDC Galaxy Player N7300 EX- MTK6589", I'll do a review video very soon :-)

      Delete
  2. Ok....well... i think more and more ill get the htc note 2 n9589... it has a little lower antutu score than the HDC Note 2 H9500+ MTK6589 but higher screen resolution....if you want ill let you know how it turns out...

    looking forward to your next review!! :)

    /Vic

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Hi Vicky :-) Don't take the Antutu scores so seriously, they don't really say much about the actual performance, it only gives you a ROUGH ballpark ;-) It can also very a lot, if I had a faster sd-card (for example), the score would be higher.

      Delete
    2. Verry tru! But since there is so little known about these new phones and the specs are more or less the same its kind of the only thing to go on...well...i hope it works out fine and that good roms get developed for it incase the stock one is crap...i am a bit curious about the gps availability since i read on a xda thread that the european gps satelites are disabled on chinese phones but i guess there will be fixes for that in case its tru...could that be the case with goophone or is it just the sensor thats weak?

      Delete
    3. On the goophone the reception is "just" weak. Navigation works but I've seen better.

      Delete
  3. Ok....well at least theres no need to hack in to any MI6 satelites then: P

    ReplyDelete