Despite of thousands and hundreds of middle-end smartphones available among the market, to be honest, only a few of them can make consumers who in need delighted and satisfied, fortunately, KingSing S2 is a part of them. Although it is not a well-known brand both abroad and domestic, I was surprised and impressed after taking a fully advantage of it for a few days.
Whether you have a rough comprehension on KingSing S2 or not, you will be captured by an incredibly narrow 1.6mm bezel, where infinity prospective comes from. Although it has shorten the screen dimension up to 5-inch compare to KingSing S1, nothing can stop a clear, vivid and tremendous visual feast happens in every single seconds. I was stunned by a comfortable reading environment no matter surfing Internet, watching videos, snap-shooting.
Mention about middle-end smartphone, I deem that most of you will not connect it with an explosive internal performance, however, with KingSing S2, nothing is impossible. Just about the deploy of 1.3GHz Quad-core, Android 4.4.2 OS as well as MTK6582 CPU, no wonder a smooth and fast processing when playing large games, running heavy assignments one of the most enjoyable moment ever before. With AnTuTu test over 18000 points, it is never too exaggerated to compare it with sophisticated smartphone.
Frankly speaking, I didn’t expected air gesture function a dazzling spot among KingSing S2 Smartphone, whereas, it did actually working and working in a practical way. At the moment when song switching is needed, by flipping above the screen can it be done effortlessly, I couldn’t believe it happened on a middle-end smartphone. I still can flip to switch pages when reading, answer incoming call by air gesture, wake up the screen by double clicking only and so on. I was having a great time with this interesting but convenient air gesture function.
Overall, the above are just tip of an iceberg, you will find KingSing S2 staggering as long as keep digging. Although the test is finished, I still can not forget an entire enjoyment happens on a so called middle-end smartphone.