We have seen quite a few smartphones that are better than HTC’s best lately, so it doesn’t surprise us that there’s yet another contender: NDrive S400. The handset got reviewed recently by Pocketpt.net, who managed to inform us all about the beast that this smartphone is, when it comes to speed and performance.
When referring to the specs, S400 is certainly not a let down, as it features Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional, a Marvell PXA310 CPU (624 MHz) and a Qualcomm 6280 processor, 256MB ROM, 128MB RAM and a 3.0 megapixel camera with autofocus. The NDrive device uses a 2.8 inches VGA screen (640 x 480 pixels) and comes with GPS, Bluetooth 2.0, TV-out and a microSDHC slot.
Its good build is accompanied by solid performance, as showed by most benchmarks, specially in video playback and interface. Software is also decent on the S400, bundled with NDrive’s navigation solution and using Touchpal plus Spb mobile shell. The only issue? This smartphone is very, very thick, specially when compared to HTC’s hits.
In the end, here’s a look at the smartphone’s exterior (video):