Review: Sansui Horizon 1

Review: Sansui Horizon 1

By Somya Jain

Japanese company Sansui has launched a budget Android device which is called as Horizon 1. The smartphone is priced at the cost of Rs. 3,999, and the company has partnered with an ecommerce platform Flipkart to sell. The big highlight of the low-priced smartphone is that it is 4G VoLTE support and contains a battery of 2000mAh.

The Sansui Horizon 1 smartphone is available in two color options of Black and Golden in India. The volume and power buttons are housed on the right edge of the smartphone, the Micro-USB port is seen at the bottom edge, while the 3.5mm audio jack sits on the top edge of the smartphone. The dual-SIM Horizon 1 runs on the Android version 6.0 Marshmallow out-of-the-box.

Specifications of the smartphone

The Sansui Horizon 1 smartphone features a 4.5-inch (480x854 pixels) FWVGA display with 218ppi pixel density, and is circulated by a 1.3GHz Spreadtrum SC9832 quad-core processor paired with the RAM of 1GB and ARM Mali 400 MP2 GPU. The smartphone offers 8GB of internal onboard storage with the option to expand further with a dedicated microSD card slot.

Camera department

The Sansui Horizon 1 offers a 5-megapixel S5K5E8 rear sensor with autofocus, and 30fps video recording. The camera applications comes with features like face detection (Number of Faces), HDR, panorama, continuous shots (3/6/10), night mode, GIF camera and recording with the slow motion. At the front department of the smartphone, there is 3.2-megapixel sensor for taking video chats and selfies. The smartphone packs with a battery of 2000mAh, and connectivity options include 4G VoLTE, Bluetooth 4.0, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, and GPS.