THL Knight 2 Review – Should you buy this budget smartphone with wireless charging?

THL Knight 2 Review : The THL Knight 2 is a modern smartphone developed by Chinese tech moguls Technology Happy Life (THL for short) and is the successor of its last year mobile variant and leading predecessor, the THL Knight 1. Released in January 2018, the THL Knight 2 has seen with it’s changes and new features such as the awesome wireless charge while possessing an amazing exterior that captivates the eyes of many.

Let’s take a look at this impressive smartphone device as we analyze the Knight 2 on this THL Knight 2 review.

7 Total Score
Average!

PROS
  • Beautiful design
  • Battery
  • Slim
  • Dual rear Camera
  • Storage
  • Performance
CONS
  • Front camera
  • Not many color variety
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How’s the Design & Display ?

THL Knight 2 review

One of the things that captivated us about the THL Knight 2 was it’s aesthetic and attractive design which to some extent shares a cunning resemblance to the Samsung Galaxy S8. Not only does the Knight 2 look amazing, it also feels just as amazing too.

Griping the phone on your palms provides little to no irritation as the design of mobile wraps firmly around your fingers while its smoothly curved edges render a sense comfort and ease of handling.

The device has two bezels both at the bottom and top respectively with the top consisting of a visible front camera lens and metallic grill that covers the sound earpiece while the bottom bezel bears no visible piece.

Around the edges, the corners curve down towards the bottom. Here, we find a well-placed volume rocker and solid power button with a quick response when pressed. The glass encompasses a majority of the phone making it slim and nice to gaze at, which is further amplified by the 9.5mm thickness of the device and its weight of 225g making it light to the touch.

The shell of the phone is made out of metal and is coated in a variety of several color variants ranging from blue, black and silver. At the back of the device, the metallic body frame effortlessly wraps with the dual rear camera and high sensitivity fingerprint scanner giving it a premium feel.

Unlike the 5.5-inch screen display of the Knight 1, THL decided to go for a more larger size by installing a wide 6.0-inch FHD IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen on the Knight 2. All the more enticing, the pixel clarity on the Knight 2 is much more refined making it enjoyable when viewing media in full HD on the device. This is achieved by the screen’s 1440 x 720 pixels resolution at a booming 267 PPI pixel density…talk about finesse.

But what is a large screen if it risks being broken? Well, THL saw to the issue by installing the durable and 3D Curved, Corning Gorilla Glass 4 which heavily protects the devices screen making it less susceptible to shattering when dropped.

Features & Performance

Running on the latest Android 7.0 Nougat OS, the Knight 2 comes equipped with a MediaTek MT6750T chipset which sees the device running smoothly. Featuring an 8-core ARM Cortex-A53 CPU the device reaches clock speeds of up to 1.5GHz while its 4 GB of RAM ensures high-speed performance.

The visuals and gaming performance of the Knight 2 is well compensated for due to the ARM Mali-T860 MP2 graphics processor clocking at 650MHz therefore effectively handling hours of full on heavy 3D gaming. The device comes with a 64GB ROM storage which can be expanded to 128GB via the use of a microSD card.

Camera & Battery

The mobile takes marvelous photos of both well lite and low lite conditions thanks to it’s powerful 13 and 5 MP rear camera as well as it’s bright LED flash all found at the rear. Meanwhile, the front camera makes selfies vibrant and rich with the 8MP camera giving social media enthusiasts the perfect photos with every shot.

The THL Knight 2 runs on a powerful Li-Poly 4200mAh battery which is removable. while the wireless charging feature of the device makes quick charging your knight 2 much smoother and faster.

That concludes the THL Knight 2 review, We end today’s review with a summary of things we like about the device and not forgetting to enlist some of the negatives.

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