CloudFone Thrill 500x And 500x+ Unboxing And Impressions - Your All Day Spotify Buddy!
|Meet CloudFone Thrill 500x and Thrill 500x+|
CloudFone Thrill 500x Specs
CloudFone Thrill 500x+ Specs
Unboxing / Accessories
|The HUGE CloudFone Thrill 500x and 500x+ box|
Upon opening the package, you'll be greeted by seeing the phone itself, the Free Globe Prepaid SIM with FREE internet and the attractive green Spotify headphones.
|Inside the package|
|There's also a free Spotify case inside!|
So far, CloudFone managed to "wow" us with what they came up with these freebies. This is actually the first time I experienced getting both a headphone and earphones in a single smartphone package.
Build Quality / Design
|Here's the back of Thrill 500x and 500x+|
|Visible here is the thickness of the handset at over 11 mm and the chrome painted volume rocker and power button|
|Below, you'll see the microphone and the micro USB port for charging and data purposes|
|On top you'll see the 3.5 mm female port where-in you can plug the free headphones and earphones|
|Here's the full view of the phone showing its decently bright and detailed display|
Note: The headphones and earphones comes in plastic build with flat cables for easier cable management. Quite good for a freebie in totality.
Audio out - Of course it's the best if you can plug your proprietary headphones / earphones as this one presents a near to flat sound which is very friendly to the ears. It also has decent loudness that can drive headphones with low power requirement.
Specs and features analysis
|The Antutu benchmark score of Thrill 500x+|
What we like here is the large battery capacity at 4,000 mAh. That guarantees an all day use even under heavy usage. I have a guesstimate that it can last with you two days in a single charge with light to moderate usage.
The Thrill 500x+ will be the better handset in general if you can add a thousand more to your budget as it boast a bigger RAM at 2 GB and ROM at 16 GB which is better with multitasking and has a larger storage for your files and apps. Although that doesn't mean that the 500x won't perform nicely.