HOMTOM ZOJI Z9 Smartphone With Helio P23 and dual cameras Design, Hardware, Features Review

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Chinese manufacturer HOMTOP for years has been launching lots of amazing devices, offering users various types of smartphones. Just weeks ago, HOMTOP released the HOMTOM ZOJI Z9 a rugged device that aims to become your traveling companion for every occasion. Like we all know, HOMTOP devices are always rugged ready to match up with any environment.

Design

The HOMTOM ZOJI Z9 Smartphone comes with a distinctive mirror surface back cover for outdoors smartphone. This creative polishing for the mirror surface does not only improves the aesthetics of ZOJI Z9 but can also help localize when you are lost in the wild. All you have to do is keep the back cover facing the sun, your companion will find you easily with the reflection of sunlight on your phone. It is important to note that the device is IP68 certified. It sports a visibility improved significantly with a 5.7-Inch HD+ in-cell display.

Hardware

The smartphone is powered by a 2.3 GHz octa-core MediaTek Helio P23 processor coupled with 6GB RAM and 64GB of internal storage. This combination ensures that you get a seamless operation with this smartphone. Whether you need it for work or play, HOMTOM Z9 would deliver. You have enough storage to ease the download of applications and videos with large size.

Features

This smartphone sports a dual 21MP rear camera setup and a 13MP selfie snapper. HOMTOM is one of the earliest companies to include a dual camera setup in a low-end device and now they are including it in all their devices. It runs on  Android 8.1 Oreo thus all games, social and professional apps can run smoothly. It supports two nano-SIM cards and dual standby. Under the hood is a 5500 mAh large battery with fast charging 9V 2A. Besides, the Z9 can be used as a power bank, so that you can use OTG to charge another phone.

Conclusion

The HOMTOM ZOJI Z9 Smartphone is a rugged device that would change the world for good. Rugged device with top-notch hardware. You can check the device from the HOMTOM.

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