Hyve Pryme Makes Its Debut

The new kid on the block, Indian smartphone manufacturer Hyve had made a strong debut with its mid-range devices.

The latest addition to the line-up is the Hyve Pryme, a solid smartphone with a range of impressive specifications. With a price that is on par with the power-packed LeEco LeMax 2, the Hyve Pryme has a big task ahead if its hopes to match up to other such devices. Here’s a look at everything you can expect to see from this new smartphone.

Crafted with a sturdy metal-unibody in Champagne Gold, the phone weighs at 188 grams. This is certainly on the heavier side as compared to other smartphones with smaller screens. The Hyye Pryme has a touchscreen display of 5.7 inches, with an HD resolution of 1920 pixels by 1080 pixels. This offers a fun experience when watching videos and playing games, as the colours are rich and the images are bold.

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Hyve’s new phone has a number of built-in features that work to optimise the quality of the display. Switch between the Clear Motion mode which cuts out any lag in videos and the Miravision mode to change the display from standard to vivid.

Powered by the MediaTek Helio X20 deca-core processor which clocks a speed of 2.3GHz, this phone is certainly powerful. In addition to this, the Hyve Pryme comes with a RAM of 4GB which takes the performance to the next level. For those looking for a device that will allow some intense multi-tasking between applications, this is a phone to consider.

The internal storage capacity of 32GB will be sufficient for those who do not lug around large amounts of data on their smartphone. However for those who do require more space, the memory of the Hyve Pryme can be expanded using an external microSD card of up to 200GB.

In terms of the camera, the Hyve Pryme is fitted with a primary rear camera of 13MP, along with a front camera of 8MP. This is good enough to take selfies and make video calls that are clear. Unfortunately, the primary camera does not offer the level of quality that one would expect from a phone of this price and for those looking to take stellar images, this is not the best option.

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Hyve’s Pryme comes with the Android v6.0 Marshmallow pre-installed and thankfully minimal additions over it. The fingerprint sensor fitted on the back is accurate and offers the ability to make calls using a single touch. Powering this device is a battery that has a capacity of 3500mAh and offers up to a day and a half of battery life.

There are numerous connectivity options added to this dual-SIM phone including WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, Infrared, 3G, 4G and FM. Similar to most other high-end phones, the Pryme has several sensors like a Proximity sensor, Compass Magnetometer, Ambient light sensor, a  Gyroscope and an Accelerometer.

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Picture courtesy – gogi.in, ndtv.com/

by techtalks @TechTalks February 17, 2017 11:40 AM UTC


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