A decade back the overall scene of the smartphone market was much clear but now it is flooded with numerous OEMs, with Chinese companies dominating the numerical scene. Although it does give customers wider options to choose from, the fierce competition hasn’t done much to improve the overall quality. Wondering why we are discussing the market scene. Well, that’s because in the US it gets more crowded with the entry of yet another Chinese smartphone maker, TP-Link.
TP-Link is all set make its foray into the US smartphone market with its budget offering Neffos Y50 which has received FCC certification. Although the FCC listing doesn’t specify the spechsheet, it gives us a proper look at the phone with its detailed images showing the device from all angles, including the battery.
Launched last year, Neffos Y50 carries entry level specsheet. Powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 210 MSM8909 chipset clocked at 1.1 GHz, it carries Adreno 304 GPU for graphics. The phone features 4.5 inches TFT display with 480 x 854 resolution. Underneath we find 1GB RAM and 8GB internal storage which can be expanded up to 32 GB via microSD card.
On the imaging front, Neffos Y50 packs in 5MP rear camera with auto-focus and a 2MP selfie snapper. Amongst these low-level specs, the only silver lightning is the Android Marshmallow on board.