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iOcean X8 Review

The iOcean X8 is a huge departure from the previous iOcean X7 flagship but like the X7 borrows much of its design influence from Oppo. While the iOcean X7 looked like the Oppo Find 5, the X8 looks more like the Oppo R1 only much larger.

This is one very elegant looking phone, and certainly looks a whole lot better than the majority of Mediatek phones currently on the market today. Not only is it good-looking but it is well made from carefull selected, high quality materials.

Glass to the front and back of the sandwiches in an alloy body which also appears to house a similar external antenna design as the iPhone. The body is rather thin to measuring at just 7.7mm and featuring a flat design on the front and rear.

The display on the X8 is a FHD 1920 x 1080 unit, but is larger than the original iOcean X7 at 5.7-inch. 5.7-inch might sound like quite a large phone, but if iOcean have been able to keep the bezels to a minimum the phone still could be quite narrow and easy to handle.

The X8 (http://www.tinydeal.com/iocean-x8-57-ogs-ips-mtk6592-8-core-android-422-3g-phone-p-128312.html )features a unibody design to help it keep so thin, but means that the 2700mAh battery won’t be easily replacable by customers..

With the iOcean X8 being an early 2014 flagship phone the X8 still uses a 1080 display, more than enough for us, it also packs the late test 2.0Ghz version of the octacore Mediatek MT6592 processor, 2GB RAM, 13 mega-pixel rear camera, 32GB memory, 5Ghz Wifi, dual SIM (WCMDA) and improved noise reduction features.