Kata F2 Hands-On and Initial Impressions

We recently got an exclusive sneak peek on an unreleased mid-range Kata unit, the Kata F2. This smartphone admittedly doesn't offer much surprises, but will do you great if you have budget in mind.

The Kata F2 features a 1.3GHz quad-core MT6582M processor, a Mali-400MP GPU, 1GB of RAM, 8GB of internal storage, and an 8-megapixel snapper with AF and flash. It also runs on Android 4.4.2 KitKat, and features a dual SIM capability.

The box contains your standard wall charger, a microUSB cable, a pair of headphones, and a manual. Surprisingly we found no warranty cards here, but that may be because what we have is an unreleased unit.

The Kata F2 design-wise seems to sport an early 2014 LG-inspired design with the front featuring a 4.5-inch qHD IPS display, and the back having a rectangular element wrapped around the camera and the flash. The overall design is by and large okay, with just the correct thinness and heft to boot.

The display itself is quite satisfying, as it lives up to being an IPS, showing consistent colors at every angle. The fineness of the pixels on the screen is good as well, making it appear almost HD to the untrained eye.

Performance-wise, we were able to quickly run an AnTuTu test on the device and got a 19521 rating, which is to be expected at this specs level. This device should run most games with ease, with slight choking on heavier, graphics-intensive games, such as on N.O.V.A. 3.

The Kata F2 is available in grey, white, and blue, but the company haven't disclosed the pricing yet. We'll update this post once we get the pricing.

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