SKK Chronos Byte Review - Usable Sub 3K Phone?
|SKK Chronos Byte review|
SKK Chronos Byte Specs
Build Quality / Design
|The top has micro-USB-B port and 3.5mm audio jack. The bottom of the phone only has microphone holes|
|View of the phone below showing a single mic|
|Volume rocker and power button on the right side of the phone. It is in perfect placement when using it with your right thumb|
|Display Quality is poor|
|5 points multitouch present|
|Speakers at the back|
|3 hours 28 mins with PC Mark battery test|
|Low light performance is underwhelming|
The result, while it's understandable is underwhelming and needs a lot of improvement. Colors are washed-out, pixels are distorted, grains is all over and the picture quality is just view-able at best. Even on daylight condition, you can feel the struggle of both cameras.
I've seen other phones from other local brands that was able to step-up their camera game in the sub 3K range so I'm hoping that SKK will do better next time in the camera department as this is simply not the "Lynx" type of caliber we always loved.
Rear Camera Samples
|Daylight shot 1|
|Daylight shot 2|
|Indoor challenging light|
Selfie camera sample
|The Samsung UI like theme|