Onemos MOS1 first impressions, benchmarks, camera samples

Remember the news on the Onemos MOS1 Max? I am fortunate that it's local distributor Virtual E-com opened their door to this blog as the first online media to check out their initial entry in the smartphone segment.

Unfortunately, the Onemos MOS1 Max was not there (more stories on my separate blog post soon) but they allowed to check out it's a bit little brother - the Onemos MOS1

The original version of this box has a black-grey color but for international market, they had this one.


Aside from the phone, the box includes a 2 ampere 5 V USB plug, USB cable, quick start guide, warranty card and SIM ejector tray. Like in some Chinese phone brands, there's no earphone included.


Front: 5.5 inch AHVA FHD display, 5 MP front cam with f/2.3 aperture, on-screen Android keys
Back: 13 MP rear cam with f/2.0 aperture, Onemos logo, noise cancelling mic, single speaker, covered with glass (not sure if has some plastic), non-removable cover.
Internals: Android 5.1 Lollipop, 1.5 GHz Snapdragon 615 octa-core processor, single micro SIM, FDD LTE Bands 3/7, 2 GB RAM, 32 GB ROM, no micro SD slot, WiFi, Bluetooth, Quick Charge 2.0 support, 3,050 mAh BYD battery


Top: 3.5 mm. audio jack
Bottom: OTG capable micro USB port, pin hole mic


Left: Micro SIM tray, power/unlock button
Right: Volume buttons


Glimpse of the pulldown menu and app drawer.


As you saw it, I had an Antutu here and it got a 28,748. It has 5 point multi touch.


I'm surprised that the MOS1 used Google Camera as their default camera app instead of a possible homegrown app. Both advertised sensors can shoot at 4:3 aspect ratio.


And the camera samples:

Onemos MOS1 13 MP rear camera sample

Onemos MOS1 5 MP front camera sample (shot in a bit low light)

First impressions: I knew Ramos (the known brand of Chinese Android tablets) for their beauty in their devices and it continues to their mobile phone segment which is Onemos. The looks are a-ok and the weight is fair enough. The device is snappy by going on app transitions. One challenge for me though is the Php 14,500 price tag (which is a bit high )considering that it only has 2 GB RAM, not dual SIM and no micro SD slot (add less than P500 and you get a better deal via the Lenovo Vibe P1). The camera is fair enough and has fast image processing. I hope the local distributor will slash some of it's SRP.

So far, you can only buy this device via their Facebook page at facebook.com/vecomphils 

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December 12, 2015

Onemos MOS1 first impressions, benchmarks, camera samples

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Remember the news on the Onemos MOS1 Max? I am fortunate that it's local distributor Virtual E-com opened their door to this blog as the first online media to check out their initial entry in the smartphone segment.

Unfortunately, the Onemos MOS1 Max was not there (more stories on my separate blog post soon) but they allowed to check out it's a bit little brother - the Onemos MOS1

The original version of this box has a black-grey color but for international market, they had this one.


Aside from the phone, the box includes a 2 ampere 5 V USB plug, USB cable, quick start guide, warranty card and SIM ejector tray. Like in some Chinese phone brands, there's no earphone included.


Front: 5.5 inch AHVA FHD display, 5 MP front cam with f/2.3 aperture, on-screen Android keys
Back: 13 MP rear cam with f/2.0 aperture, Onemos logo, noise cancelling mic, single speaker, covered with glass (not sure if has some plastic), non-removable cover.
Internals: Android 5.1 Lollipop, 1.5 GHz Snapdragon 615 octa-core processor, single micro SIM, FDD LTE Bands 3/7, 2 GB RAM, 32 GB ROM, no micro SD slot, WiFi, Bluetooth, Quick Charge 2.0 support, 3,050 mAh BYD battery


Top: 3.5 mm. audio jack
Bottom: OTG capable micro USB port, pin hole mic


Left: Micro SIM tray, power/unlock button
Right: Volume buttons


Glimpse of the pulldown menu and app drawer.


As you saw it, I had an Antutu here and it got a 28,748. It has 5 point multi touch.


I'm surprised that the MOS1 used Google Camera as their default camera app instead of a possible homegrown app. Both advertised sensors can shoot at 4:3 aspect ratio.


And the camera samples:

Onemos MOS1 13 MP rear camera sample

Onemos MOS1 5 MP front camera sample (shot in a bit low light)

First impressions: I knew Ramos (the known brand of Chinese Android tablets) for their beauty in their devices and it continues to their mobile phone segment which is Onemos. The looks are a-ok and the weight is fair enough. The device is snappy by going on app transitions. One challenge for me though is the Php 14,500 price tag (which is a bit high )considering that it only has 2 GB RAM, not dual SIM and no micro SD slot (add less than P500 and you get a better deal via the Lenovo Vibe P1). The camera is fair enough and has fast image processing. I hope the local distributor will slash some of it's SRP.

So far, you can only buy this device via their Facebook page at facebook.com/vecomphils 

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