Dakele 3 phone tipped for fall release, to pack Snapdragon 800 heat and 4,000 mAh battery
The second half of 2013 is already shaping up to be extremely exciting for the Chinese budget-conscious/mobile speed-addicted folk, given what Xiaomi and ZTE are rumored to bring to the market for prices of $350 or less, but you ain’t seen nothing yet.
Dakele, a more modest OEM that’s been flying under our radar for the past couple of years or so, is reportedly planning to step things up a notch… or two, and launch a phone to give both Xiaomi and ZTE a run for their money.
The Dakele 3 (told you the company’s been around for a while) should see daylight sometime in October and cost 1,999 Yuan ($323). For that money, you’ll apparently get top-notch tech specs all around, starting off with a crisp and comfy 5.5-inch Full HD screen.
A mighty 4,000 mAh battery will make sure you don’t run out of juice after just a few hours of use, but Dakele is yet to choose the make and model of the phone’s CPU. The choice will be made between Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 800 and Nvidia’s Tegra 4 quad-core chips, so whatever the final decision may be, you should expect mind-blowing heat out of this baby.
That’s pretty much everything we know in regards to the supposed Dakele 3 handheld. Oh, there’s a photo as well, but it shouldn’t be taken very seriously since it’s likely a “coulda, shoulda” type of render.
Regardless of that, I think we have enough to call Dakele a future heavyweight contender. Be afraid, Xiaomi, ZTE, be very afraid!