Fly Phoenix (IQ4410) review

The kit also comes with a rather nice headset: the cable is noodle-shaped, which means it will not get confused. Painted black on one side and red on the other. Connector 3.5 mm, straight, and on it is a cap. The earphones themselves are in-ear ("droplets" Ford Fiesta 2011 Gray or "plugs"), made of metal: a light layer, a thin red strip and black layer. They look really fashionable and original.

Introduction

Fly company systematically releases a huge number of Android smartphones in the price segment up to 12,000 rubles. Moreover, if a year or two ago they were simple and dull “Chinese phones”, now some models can boast not only quad-core processors, but also a relatively good design. For example, the thickness of the Phoenix is ​​only 7.95 mm - this is at a time when we are offered similar dimensions in super-smartphones for 20+ thousand rubles (for a minute, the Samsung Galaxy S4 has the same thickness). It is interesting that the device weighs 123 grams, i.e. 7 grams less than the same SGS4. True, the diagonal of the IQ4410 is slightly smaller.

In several weeks of using the phone, not a single scratch appeared on the screen. From which I can conclude that it is protected by durable glass. Fingerprints remain on it, but are almost invisible and easily erased. The rest of the case is also easily soiled, however, against the background of a gray-blue scale, they are hardly distinguishable.

Two sensors (light and proximity), a front camera and a speech speaker are located on the top of the front panel. The loudspeaker volume is slightly above average, intelligibility is also average, but the interlocutor can be heard clearly, the tone is pleasant. Mostly mid and low frequencies are heard.

Below the display are the traditional touch-sensitive buttons for Home, Back, and Menu. They are applied with translucent white paint: during the day it is visible even without illumination, and at night it does not hit the eyes. Microphone - under the "Back" button.

There are no elements on the bottom and left sides, on the top there is a 3.5 mm audio jack for headphones or a headset, a microUSB port. On the right in the center is the on / off button - a good position! A little higher is the volume rocker key.

Behind - a camera window, almost recessed into the body, a flash and a speaker.

To remove the panel, you need to pry it from the recess on the bottom left. On the top left is a slot for a microSDHC memory card, to the right is a slot for installing a microSIM (yes, the same as in the Galaxy S3, iPhone 4/4S, HTC One, Meizu MX2, and so on), and next to it is a regular slot for “large” SIM cards . It seems to me that it is quite convenient: for example, I often rearrange SIM cards from one phone to another, and one micro card, the other is a standard, old type.

Fly Phoenix (IQ4410) review

The kit also comes with a rather nice headset: the cable is noodle-shaped, which means it will not get confused. Painted black on one side and red on the other. Connector 3.5 mm, straight, and on it is a cap. The earphones themselves are in-ear ("droplets" Ford Fiesta 2011 Gray or "plugs"), made of metal: a light layer, a thin red strip and black layer. They look really fashionable and original.

Introduction

Fly company systematically releases a huge number of Android smartphones in the price segment up to 12,000 rubles. Moreover, if a year or two ago they were simple and dull “Chinese phones”, now some models can boast not only quad-core processors, but also a relatively good design. For example, the thickness of the Phoenix is ​​only 7.95 mm - this is at a time when we are offered similar dimensions in super-smartphones for 20+ thousand rubles (for a minute, the Samsung Galaxy S4 has the same thickness). It is interesting that the device weighs 123 grams, i.e. 7 grams less than the same SGS4. True, the diagonal of the IQ4410 is slightly smaller.

I will try not to stretch the review, because in the device we are interested in: appearance, screen, life time and performance. All other parameters are practically no different from other gadgets on the MediaTek platform.

Design, dimensions, controls

If A-brands don't already know how to design their new smartphones, then what should B-brands do? The most interesting thing is that the latter are trying in their own way, albeit not always successfully, to design devices.

The shape of the Fly Phoenix case is rectangular, the ends are slightly smoothed, the right and left sides are slightly widened. As always, everything is made of plastic, but strong enough to look at. The front side is black, the sides and the back cover are painted in light blue-gray colors, and varnished on top. There is a white version of the device, but I haven't seen it for sale yet.

The smartphone is made very carefully, the parts fit snugly together, the back cover does not play and does not creak, and does not crunch when squeezed. The impression of integrity and solidity of the body is created. Despite the smooth shape and glossy plastic, the IQ4410 fits perfectly in the hand and does not slip, although a soft-touch coating would be somewhat more practical.

In several weeks of using the phone, not a single scratch appeared on the screen. From which I can conclude that it is protected by durable glass. Fingerprints remain on it, but are almost invisible and easily erased. The rest of the case is also easily soiled, however, against the background of a gray-blue scale, they are hardly distinguishable.

Two sensors (light and proximity), a front camera and a speech speaker are located on the top of the front panel. The loudspeaker volume is slightly above average, intelligibility is also average, but the interlocutor can be heard clearly, the tone is pleasant. Mostly mid and low frequencies are heard.

Below the display are the traditional touch-sensitive buttons for Home, Back, and Menu. They are applied with translucent white paint: during the day it is visible even without illumination, and at night it does not hit the eyes. Microphone - under the "Back" button.

There are no elements on the bottom and left sides, on the top there is a 3.5 mm audio jack for headphones or a headset, a microUSB port. On the right in the center is the on / off button - a good position! A little higher is the volume rocker key.

Behind - a camera window, almost recessed into the body, a flash and a speaker.

To remove the panel, you need to pry it from the recess on the bottom left. On the top left is a slot for a microSDHC memory card, to the right is a slot for installing a microSIM (yes, the same as in the Galaxy S3, iPhone 4/4S, HTC One, Meizu MX2, and so on), and next to it is a regular slot for “large” SIM cards . It seems to me that it is quite convenient: for example, I often rearrange SIM cards from one phone to another, and one micro card, the other is a standard, old type.

Fly Phoenix (IQ4410) review

The kit also comes with a rather nice headset: the cable is noodle-shaped, which means it will not get confused. Painted black on one side and red on the other. Connector 3.5 mm, straight, and on it is a cap. The earphones themselves are in-ear ("droplets" Ford Fiesta 2011 Gray or "plugs"), made of metal: a light layer, a thin red strip and black layer. They look really fashionable and original.

Introduction

Fly company systematically releases a huge number of Android smartphones in the price segment up to 12,000 rubles. Moreover, if a year or two ago they were simple and dull “Chinese phones”, now some models can boast not only quad-core processors, but also a relatively good design. For example, the thickness of the Phoenix is ​​only 7.95 mm - this is at a time when we are offered similar dimensions in super-smartphones for 20+ thousand rubles (for a minute, the Samsung Galaxy S4 has the same thickness). It is interesting that the device weighs 123 grams, i.е. 7 grams less than the same SGS4. True, the diagonal of the IQ4410 is slightly smaller.

I will try not to stretch the review, because in the device we are interested in: appearance, screen, life time and performance. All other parameters are practically no different from other gadgets on the MediaTek platform.

Design, dimensions, controls

If A-brands no longer know how to design their new smartphones, then what should B-brands do? The most interesting thing is that the latter are trying in their own way, albeit not always successfully, to design devices.

The shape of the Fly Phoenix case is rectangular, the ends are slightly smoothed, the right and left sides are slightly widened. As always, everything is made of plastic, but strong enough to look at. The front side is black, the sides and the back cover are painted in light blue-gray colors, and varnished on top. There is a white version of the device, but I haven't seen it for sale yet.

The smartphone is made very carefully, the parts fit snugly together, the back cover does not play and does not creak, and does not crunch when squeezed. The impression of integrity and solidity of the body is created. Despite the smooth shape and glossy plastic, the IQ4410 fits perfectly in the hand and does not slip, although a soft-touch coating would be somewhat more practical.

In several weeks of using the phone, not a single scratch appeared on the screen. From which I can conclude that it is protected by durable glass. Fingerprints remain on it, but are almost invisible and easily erased. The rest of the case is also easily soiled, however, against the background of a gray-blue scale, they are hardly distinguishable.

Two sensors (light and proximity), a front camera and a speech speaker are located on the top of the front panel. The loudspeaker volume is slightly above average, intelligibility is also average, but the interlocutor can be heard clearly, the tone is pleasant. Mostly mid and low frequencies are heard.

Below the display are the traditional touch-sensitive buttons for Home, Back, and Menu. They are applied with translucent white paint: during the day it is visible even without illumination, and at night it does not hit the eyes. Microphone - under the "Back" button.

There are no elements on the bottom and left sides, on the top there is a 3.5 mm audio jack for headphones or a headset, a microUSB port. On the right in the center is the on / off button - a good position! A little higher is the volume rocker key.

Behind - a camera window, almost recessed into the body, a flash and a speaker.

To remove the panel, you need to pry it from the recess on the bottom left. On the top left is a slot for a microSDHC memory card, to the right is a slot for installing a microSIM (yes, the same as in the Galaxy S3, iPhone 4/4S, HTC One, Meizu MX2, and so on), and next to it is a regular slot for “large” SIM cards . It seems to me that it is quite convenient: for example, I often rearrange SIM cards from one phone to another, and one micro card, the other is a standard, old type.

Fly Phoenix (IQ4410) review

The kit also comes with a rather nice headset: the cable is noodle-shaped, which means it will not get confused. Painted black on one side and red on the other. Connector 3.5 mm, straight, and on it is a cap. The in-ear headphones themselves (“droplets” Ford Fiesta 2011 Gray or “plugs”) are made of metal: a light layer, a thin red stripe and a black layer. They look really fashionable and original.

The kit also comes with a rather nice headset: the cable is noodle-shaped, which means it will not get confused. Painted black on one side and red on the other. Connector 3.5 mm, straight, and on it is a cap. The headphones themselves are in-ear ("droplets" Ford Fiesta 2011 Gray Ford Fiesta 2011 Gray or "plugs"), are made of metal: a light layer, a thin red stripe and a black layer. They look really fashionable and original.

Introduction

Fly company systematically releases a huge number of Android smartphones in the price segment up to 12,000 rubles. Moreover, if a year or two ago they were simple and dull “Chinese phones”, now some models can boast not only quad-core processors, but also a relatively good design. For example, the thickness of the Phoenix is ​​only 7.95 mm - this is at a time when we are offered similar dimensions in super-smartphones for 20+ thousand rubles (for a minute, the Samsung Galaxy S4 has the same thickness). It is interesting that the device weighs 123 grams, i.е. 7 grams less than the same SGS4. True, the diagonal of the IQ4410 is slightly smaller.

I will try not to stretch the review, because in the device we are interested in: appearance, screen, life time and performance. All other parameters are practically no different from other gadgets on the MediaTek platform.

Design, dimensions, controls

If A-brands no longer know how to design their new smartphones, then what should B-brands do? The most interesting thing is that the latter are trying in their own way, albeit not always successfully, to design devices.

The shape of the Fly Phoenix case is rectangular, the ends are slightly smoothed, the right and left sides are slightly widened. As always, everything is made of plastic, but strong enough to look at. The front side is black, the sides and the back cover are painted in light blue-gray colors, and varnished on top. There is a white version of the device, but I haven't seen it for sale yet.

The smartphone is made very carefully, the parts fit snugly together, the back cover does not play and does not creak, and does not crunch when squeezed. The impression of integrity and solidity of the body is created. Despite the smooth shape and glossy plastic, the IQ4410 fits perfectly in the hand and does not slip, although a soft-touch coating would be somewhat more practical.

In several weeks of using the phone, not a single scratch appeared on the screen. From which I can conclude that it is protected by durable glass. Fingerprints remain on it, but are almost invisible and easily erased. The rest of the case is also easily soiled, however, against the background of a gray-blue scale, they are hardly distinguishable.

Two sensors (light and proximity), a front camera and a speech speaker are located on the top of the front panel. The loudspeaker volume is slightly above average, intelligibility is also average, but the interlocutor can be heard clearly, the tone is pleasant. Mostly mid and low frequencies are heard.

Below the display are the traditional touch-sensitive buttons for Home, Back, and Menu. They are applied with translucent white paint: during the day it is visible even without illumination, and at night it does not hit the eyes. Microphone - under the "Back" button.

There are no elements on the bottom and left sides, on the top there is a 3.5 mm audio jack for headphones or a headset, a microUSB port. On the right in the center is the on / off button - a good position! A little higher is the volume rocker key.

Behind - a camera window, almost recessed into the body, a flash and a speaker.

To remove the panel, you need to pry it from the recess on the bottom left. On the top left is a slot for a microSDHC memory card, to the right is a slot for installing a microSIM (yes, the same as in the Galaxy S3, iPhone 4/4S, HTC One, Meizu MX2, and so on), and next to it is a regular slot for “large” SIM cards . It seems to me that it is quite convenient: for example, I often rearrange SIM cards from one phone to another, and one micro card, the other is a standard, old type.