Kata M3 is the successor to Kata M1 and M2 series. The latter released in 2014. While there’s no changes in its size (5.5 inch), Kata M3 has upgraded from Full HD to Super HD Display and from 1.3GHz Quad Core MTK6582 processor to the now 1.7GHz Octa Core. The camera of Kata M3 now boasts of 16MP+8MP.
For the best part, its battery performs better and lasts longer with its 3300mAh battery capacity.
Initially available for PhP 9,499, Kata M3 is a great buy especially if you’re going to use it for games, video recordings and playback. The 5.5 inch Super HD 720 x 1280 perfectly gives clear and detailed images brought by its 16.77 million color components.
Kata M3 is very easy to use and is already faster with its MTK 6592 Octa core 1.7GHz which doesn’t give a lag time when we are using the device.
Kata M3 is still in Android 4.4.2 Kitkat OS but is capable of wireless update to new version like Kata-M3-S1-V1.04.
In our last Kata article, we shared with you our unboxing of Kata M3. You can check it out here.
We love the simplicity design of Kata M3 with a slight curved back on hard plastic casing available in Grey and White. The volume rocker and power button are placed on separate sides of the unit while the earphone plugin stays on top. Charging USB slot stays at the bottom for better convenience.
Capturing great photos on its 16MP shouldn’t be difficult to do so but still a good lighting condition affects the greatness of the photos taken via Kata M3. We took a lot of photos on different ambient, and to be fair and honest, those taken with good lighting (natural and/or with flash), came out much better.
Here are some photos for you to see.
For video playback, we can say that it is superb. The Super HD screen display comes out really good. Below is sample clip of a movie that we’ve watched on Kata M3.
If you’re looking out for upgrade from the Kata M2, this is your device.
For a mid-range phone packed with these cool specs and features at affordable price, Kata M3 deserves 5/5 ratings.
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