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Saturday, 16 July 2016

InnJoo 2 thorough analysis and user experience

Innjoo, is a leading Chinese brand a couple of years in Spain and we personally like a lot. Now we have talked about it with the release of that Innjoo One that so dissappointed left us . And today we wanted to bring you analysis Innjoo Two or Innjoo 2.

As he stated by a phrase launched during launch. "2 is more than one" a clear reference to this terminal is a commitment to improve Innjoo One. We are facing a terminal with a good finish and very attractive for those seeking a balance between price and features characteristics.


The Innjoo Two, is a mid - range terminal, with relatively basic specifications within this range but it features some pretty interesting specifications such as fingerprint sensor and Android 5.1 marshmallow. But we know more about this Innjoo 2.

The Innjoo 2 is characterized as we have already said for having good performance within a body with an elegant design, and what is definitely the best of everything, but the price is altoalgo makes this Innjoo Two UN terminal really appetizing.


Since you have mentioned specifications it is time to know them. Specifications or features Innjoo 2 are as follows:

  • 5-inch screen with 294ppi (HD)
  • Octa Core processor MKT6592M
  • Mali T720 GPU
  • 2GB RAM
  • 16GB internal storage expandable to 128 GB with microSD
  • front camera 13
  • 13 megapixel rear camera with flash
  • 3200 mAh battery
  • OS Android 5.1 Lollipop
  • Dual-SIM, LTE
  • Fingerprint sensor
  • Weight: 134g
  • Dimensions: 143.5 x 69.4 x 7.99 mm
We find, as we can see, to a specification that may be "poor" for the most demanding users but which, however, for the average user may be attractive. The ability to reach up to 128 GB of storage and 3200 mAh battery can be of great interest to many users and have fingerprint sensor may be a factor to consider.

Compared with the previous model, this variant improvement in certain respects. We begin commenting that this new terminal is compatible with 4G / LTE networks (remember that the Innjoo One was only compatible with 3G networks).

A level pass a MediaTek processor MTK6592M a MTK6753, 8-core 1.3 GHz. In addition, the GPU also suffers an improvement going from a Mali-450MP4 present in the model Innjoo One to a Mali-T720MP3 to 450MHz.

These enhancements make the terminal significantly improves on the previous model. The terminal is quite noticeable smoother than the previous model ... and that the Innjoo One is a terminal that was quite fluid.

The Innjoo 2 LTE has to make less effort to move the same processes and applications and this affects.


The Innjoo Two, despite being a "modest" terminal, has a design very carefully and we like. Stresses the thickness of only 7.3 millimeters, this thickness does not prevent us to enjoy a glass Dragontrail high protection which will prevent the terminal being damaged by scratches, and all this in just 126 grams.

In the front of the terminal it is quite clean. The screen is framed by a generous upper and lower edges, against the side edges so tiny. The front of the Innjoo Two only interrupted by the various sensors and which are located at the top front camera. We can also see a small unobtrusive speaker in the same place. Personally I miss the capacitive buttons that were present in the Innjoo One, since not having them display "reduces" the space that we have to show the desktop.

As for the sides of the terminal they are occupied by the micro-USB port (not Type-C) at the bottom, the mini-jack 3.5 mm at the top and buttons, volume control and on, in the right side. On the left side we have the tray to insert two SIM cards.


The 2 GB of RAM and a processor midrange Mediatek, are able to move all apps that can be installed on it.

At the operating system level we have Android 5.1 Lollipop, perhaps this is one of its greatest weaknesses. And it is that being about to leave Androird Nougat, we would have found a newer version of Android.

We are really at a fork of Android that the company come to call InnSO. This, coupled with the Android version is not the last, will make Android updates may be somewhat delayed compared to Google's own updates.

Personally applications that are included as standard in the terminal do not like too much. I prefer a clean terminal and be the one to decide that applications may need. This point is something that should take care of Innjoo the future.

As for the fingerprint reader, remember that one of the few terminals that price has a feature like this, it is somewhat slow compared to other high-end devices, but still has a good response and is fairly fast in performance.


In the section of the screen, we have a size of 5 inches and resolution HD, resulting in a density of 294 ppi. The IPS technology is used with the help of the On-Cell technology which reduces the space between the glass touch and protecting it, making the somewhat thinner than other competing terminal.

The viewing angles are decent, perhaps a slight darkening of the colors note when you lean enough, but in general are good. Regarding brightness we can say that is good indoors but in the case of going for a walk in the sun resents and is evident.


As for the cameras, we 13MP main camera for Innjoo Two. As for the front we also find 13MP.

The photos that have been out, as you see in the gallery that we leave then, are acceptable and camera application, without being the most functional market, has a number of very remarkable features. The trip smile or focus and shot set by touching the area of ​​the scene you want to focus, are some of them.

I liked the fact that is has a manual mode called "Professional Mode" to adjust various parameters like ISO, exposure, sharpness, etc. Using them can get very decent results. It is true that later has other modes that work very well, as the HDR.


As we said, one of the features in the most noteworthy of Innjoo Two is the price. The price of Innjoo 2 is 179 euros for a terminal with 3G connectivity or 199 euros for the terminal with 4G connectivity.

They are more than tempting prices for a terminal with features that many would call their attention.


Before finalizing we wanted to discuss all the highlights of Innjoo 2.

What what else we liked the Innjoo Two?

  • Two Innjoo prices may be one of the great attractions of the terminal
  • The quality of materials and its construction is remarkable for its price.
  • Fingerprint reader.

Is what we liked least of Innjoo Two?

  • The Android version is not nearly the last and some of the apps included as standard do not understand why they are present.
  • No USB Type-C.

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