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Introduction and Physique
Something New, Something Big
Kata is a Hong Kong-based software applications research and hardware device company that entered the Philippine scene in 2011. Relatively new in the local scene, Kata is still overshadowed by gigantic electronic brands and local mobile technology brands, but it aims to change this and push the boundaries of innovation by providing high-quality electronic devices. One of its latest devices is a smartphone in the form of the Kata i1. Let’s take a closer look at this device in this review.
The Kata i1 has a very familiar look for a not so familiar brand as it exudes the solid and minimalistic appeal similar to other smartphones. It shows off a 4.5-inch multi-touch screen that offers a wide view of its vivid display. It has sleek and lightweight body that permits comfortable handling of this candy bar handset. Though it’s nothing too flashy from the outside, its simplistic look is something notable on this device.
Turning the Kata i1 over shows a plain white back cover. Holding it feels quite plasticky but the finish on the back cover guarantees a smudge-free surface. Its white case remains fingerprint-free even when you hold the handset frequently and for a long time. Its neat and clean look is a definite plus for this handset.
The side profiles of the Kata i1 are quite plain too. The top side has the power button and headset jack while the left side holds the volume rocker and USB connector port. The two other sides are completely devoid of buttons, jacks, or ports.
With the back cover open, the device exposes the dual-SIM slots and the memory card slot. The Kata i1 has 4GB internal memory and this can be expanded further up to 32GB via the memory card slot. It packs a 1600mAh lithium-ion battery.
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