Takee 1, the first holographic phone has already gone on sale

Hexamob | Alberto Mulas 09/13/2015

The phrase logo of the Takee 1, which led itto win the award for innovation at CES earlier this year is to be “the world’s first holographic phone”. The question at the time was whether it was creating a hologram as such or whether it was some kind of effect.

This is one of the greatest novelties around in the field of smartphones and it can be felt a lot like a development of a dual camera, as a phone with infinite storage, or batteries with stratospheric amperage, etc. Most of these changes take place especially in the Middle Eastern society and that is why that a Chinese company named Takee has launched a new smartphone named Takee 1, which has a special and nice screen capable of developing 3D structure similar to Samsung Galaxy Note 5. Let’s look at some of the features.

The new device seems to be really well done, despite its very low cost,having a large display screen of 5.5-inch and Full HD resolution with 1920 x 1080 pixels. The field of photography is very, very important for the 3D capabilities. This is because the front camera sensor of the new Takee 1 will be like the HTC M8, which thanks to the particular techniques used to detect eye movement is able to transmit the movement on the screen so as to adjust and give the three-dimensional effect. The rear camera has a 13-megapixel SONY Exmor sensor. The software is Android Lollipop, which surely will not disappoint the users until it reaches the appropriate update to Android 6.0 Marshmallow.

The hardware of the Takee 1 will provide a processor with MTK6592 Octa-Core Turbo clock speed of 2.0 GHz accompanied by a graphic MALI-450 GPU, 2 GB of RAM, 32 GB of internal storage expandable with a special slot for microSD and Bluetooth 4.0. Unfortunately, the new device does not support 4G LTE connectivity, and even the chance to enter a dual SIM card. The battery of the device leaves a bit confused, as it is only of 2500 mAh, but we are sure that thanks to optimized software, stabilized and technical characteristics and especially the price, users will not complain, but above all ensure an autonomy more than decent. The price, as mentioned earlier, is quite content coming to a maximum of €120 or $150.

The apparent difference between the holographic phone Takee 1 and other similar, is that the latter uses cameras to give sensations of depth in the same 2D mobile screen as if we were looking in a window, while the Takee 1 is doing the opposite, that is, take pictures of the screen and make them see floating in the air and not only that, also shown the ability to control some of these touching projections in the air or less through some hand gestures.

Takee 1, the first holographic phone has already gone on sale