Is it just me, or do you think that Chinese smartphone manufacturers are starting to get the hang of things, although they could still do a whole lot in terms of design – that is, not blatantly rolling out devices that look like flagships of other products – say, the iPhone 6s, and to introduce something original? Perhaps not in the coming year, although there are positive developments in the world of their design. Coolpad is all set to reveal their their Coolpad Max and Coolpad Max Lite smartphones, where both of these upcoming devices are equipped with the unique Dual Space feature.
May 16th would be the date to mark on your calendars, as that is when the Coolpad Max and Coolpad Max Lite smartphones will be shown off to the rest of the world. After all, there are quite a number of people who find it difficult to hit a balance between their personal and professional lives, which results in using not one, but two handsets. Dual Space intends to help you make that separation, where you can have two accounts on WhatsApp, Facebook, Line, BBM, and other social media applications – all on a single device, without having to install other third party apps like Disa.
This is made possible thanks to the installation of encryption technology which ensures any data, contacts, photos, videos, and applications that are stored on the smartphone will remain well protected, and you do not have to worry about data leakage.
The Coolpad Max will boast of a 99% pure metal unibody chassis design, where it will make use of 54 precise processes and 10 CNC milling in order to increase durability, in addition to a pinned edge curved glass 2.5 screen that has been reinforced with Corning Gorilla Glass 4 anti-scratch and anti-fingerprint coating films. With a symmetrical design, the camera lens is located right smack in the middle of the handset to prevent possible finger coverage when taking a picture. To sweeten the deal, the symmetrical earpiece speaker plus BOX Integrated Sound Chamber offers clear sound during phone conversations and clear playback when enjoying music and videos. Any takers?