īstie parametri:This Huami H3 smartphone cost me $34US (210RMB) in January. Itâ€™s sold with a 5 inch screen, Bluetooth, WiFi, 4G cell connectivity, Android 4.4 and an 8 core processor.
Even though the label on the H3 says â€œ4Gâ€, in New Zealand I only ever saw it connect at 2G/2.5G speeds (GRPS and EDGE).
â€œBaseband versionâ€ is usually the version number of the baseband that drives the cellular modem. However â€œMT6592 1.7GHz Dual Quad Coresâ€ is the brand name of a high-end smartphone System-on-Chip from Mediatekâ€¦ Hmmâ€¦
Running a hardware profiler app, and poking around with adb shell (the Android debugger shell), confirms that the advertised specs are too good to be true
According to the /proc/cpuinfo output, the processor is a â€œSpreadtrum SC6825Câ€ 1GHz dual core system-on-chip with integrated 2G.
More amazing is that the H3 only has 200MB of RAM! According to Googleâ€™s compatibility PDF, Android 4.4 requires 340MB of available RAM. 200MB is even less than the Android 2.x era!
Also sneaky is the storage situation. The Settings shows there is 4GB of internal space.
In reality the phone has about 1.2GB of total internal storage, and 469MB of this is usable for apps and storage (/data). It breaks down like this:
The last sneaky factor in the phone specs is Android 4.4 â€œKit Katâ€
actually corresponds to Android 4.0.3 (Ice Cream Sandwich)
Tātad, vairāk vai mazāk, rakstīts uz kastes viens, iekš telefona visos settingos rādās joprojām visi krutie "speci", bet parakājoties dziljāk, izrādās, ka nekas nav tik skaisti ;]
links uz rakstu: http://projectgus.com/2015/05/inside-a- ... martphone/