CoolPad Cool Play 6 Set For Launch On 20 August

Posted on Aug 13 2017 - 10:29am by Brian Williams

CoolPad – the Chinese smartphone manufacturer has just announced its latest smartphone, touted as the CoolPad Cool Play 6. The company has confirmed that the smartphone will launch officially on 20 August in India. While the smartphone has already launched in China back in May. The main highlight of the smartphone is 6GB of high-speed RAM and a powerful 4,060mAh battery. The smartphone carries a price tag of CNY 1,499.

CoolPad Cool Play 6

CoolPad Cool Play 6 Design & Features

The smartphone comes with a metal frame, which makes it more attractive and impressive. There is a dual camera setup at the back of the device and as well as the phone also comes with the support for fingerprint scanner for added security, which placed at the back of the phone, instead of the home button. At the bottom of the back, there is also a dual speaker, which will provide you high sound quality with much-improved volume. For the port, there is a USB Type-C port available for charging and data transferring.

CoolPad Cool Play 6 Specs

In terms of specification, the smartphone features a 5.5 Full HD capacitive touchscreen display, which carries the support for 1080 x 1920 pixels resolution. The phone runs on the seventh generation Android 7.1.1 Nougat operating system out of the box. To fuel the phone, there is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 653 octa core processor, which is having a clock frequency of 1.4 GHz.

For graphics, the smartphone has an Adreno 510 graphic card inside. The smartphone is equipped with 6GB of high-speed RAM along with 64GB of built-in storage with the option to expand further by using a MicroSD card.

As far as the camera is concerned, the phone sports a dual 13 megapixel Sony sensor for monochrome and depth of field functions. While on the front of the phone, there is an 8-megapixel front facing camera for taking selfies.

To power the phone, there is a 4,060mAh battery buried inside, which claimed to offer 252 hours of standby usage, up to 9 hours of internet browsing, 8 hours of video playback, and 6 hours of gaming.

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