“Arsenal” has quite the resonance to it and the primary device under its monicker is surely something to marvel at.
The VR One is a 5.2″ JDI LTPS (Low Temp Poly Silicone) FHD multimedia consumers companion. Rocking a 1.3GHz MediaTek MT6753 with 8-cores and a 450MHz Mali T720-Mp3 GPU, this 32GB/3GB expandable combo comes with a 2800mAh battery and can survive a full day even with data – and it supports both LTE bands in the country so you can be sure that you’ll get coverage with both major networks and you can very well bring them both with the hybrid dual sim tray.
This device has a very thin profile at just 7.2mm with a full metal casing at its back and Gorilla Glass 3 up front. It also has a fingerprint scanner embedded in the home button. The VR One does not have capacitive buttons for “back” and “multitasking” and instead uses a long press or a double click on the home button to perform the commands. The VR One charges and connects via micro USB.
If your particularity is imaging, you’d be covered with VR One’s 13MP f2.2 rear shooter (Samsung) and an 84.1 degree wide angle 8MP f2.4 front facing camera (Omnivision)
Today, the Arsenal VR One (5.2″ FHD) is announced along with the Power One (5.5″ FHD) and the Deca One (5.7″ QHD), the latter two landing and available soon.
Here we see David, Arsenal Product Manager, letting us in on the device:
The Arsenal VR One retails for Php 11,990 in either black or white and comes with a very unique Card VR headset that folds practically flat enabling VR experience literally anywhere.
Retail site – one2shop.com was live since 12PM 2017/02/10 PST and will soon also be available at Memoxpress outlets.
Stay tuned to this blog for more thoughts on the device after my run with it ^^