The Taiwanese brand Gigabyte has announced several new models within its range of Android smartphones. The European market will be served as well.
The first of the four is the GSmart Roma R2 Plus Edition model. Powered by a quad-core 1.3 GHz processor and coupled with 1GB of RAM (the MediaTek MT6582 model ARM Cortex-A7), it offers a 4-inch display with 800 x 480 pixels resolution, support for 3G+/Wi-Fi, camera sensors 0.3/5 megapixels and a flash memory of 8 GB expandable to 40 GB via MicroSD. All in 120 grams and powered by a battery of 1400 mAh.
The second smartphone is by the name of GSmart Arty A3. It comes with the similar CPU + RAM torque of the first model discussed above with a 5-inch WVGA screen, camera sensors of 5/8 megapixels, 4GB flash memory and a battery of 2000 mAh. On the weight it accuses 165 grams.
The third is the GSmart Mika 2 smartphone with the same CPU and RAM specs, however, the data sheet differs from that of the second with 5" IPS display of 720p resolution, a camera sensor of 13 megapixels and the internal storage being 8GB with the same battery of 2000 mAh.
The fourth was baptized as GSmart Guru (White Edition). Here we get a changed specs with a quad-core processor at 1.5 GHz (MediaTek MT6589T) supported by RAM of 2 GB, a 5-inch Full HD display, a 13 megapixel camera, a 32GB flash memory (not expandable) and a battery of 3000 mAh.
The GSmart Roma R2 Plus Edition, GSmart Arty A3, GSmart Mika 2 and GSmart Guru (White Edition) were announced at the respective prices of 130, 150, 182 and 259 dollars. They will be available in several markets in Europe.
The first three comes with Android 4.4 KitKat. Only the fourth is simply strangely based on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean.