Sugar A100 - Smartphone, Nanny and Tutor with RedDot Award 2019

The Chinese company Sugar launches a very curious device. Children's educational smartphone Sugar A100.

Model Sugar A100 has already won the RedDot awardAward 2019 - hardly for a stunning beauty, rather for the non-triviality of design. The first thing you want to ask, looking at the image of this device - how does it look in the closed state?

No way. This is not a folding bed. The “waist” of the smartphone is separated from the screen by a healthy speaker. A round on each side - not a hinge, and the wheels a la watch, apparently used to control. It would be logical for them to adjust the volume.

A device like most smartphones,designed for children, offers a special set of functions - for control and for learning. If everything is clear with the control, Sugar A100, like many others, sends the child's whereabouts to the parent, in terms of training, the Sugar A100 will give a hundred points ahead to any other children's smartphone. It is not only provided with educational content. He is a tutor in English, good on board there is artificial intelligence. It is stated that the smartphone trains listening, speaking, writing and reading and will be useful for learning English to students of both junior and secondary schools.

And he can read a book before bedtime for kids. Paper The one in front of him. In English or Chinese.

The smartphone is already on the shelf of the JD store, but so far without a price.

The main characteristics of the Sugar A100:

S-IPS, 3.5 ″, 320 × 480, 16M colors, touchscreen, capacitive, multi-touch
Iron 1.25 GHz, 4 cores, possibly Mediatek MT6739, 64 bits, 4 cores Cortex-A53, PowerVR GE8100
RAM RAM 2 GB, ROM 16 GB, Micro-SD up to 128 GB
Mobile Internet LTE cat.4 150/50 Mbit / s
Mobile networksLTE
UMTS 850, 900, 1900, 2100
GSM 850, 900, 1800, 1900
CDMA 800
Battery Li-Ion, 2500 mAh
Dimensions 142.8 x 62.2 x 12 mm
Weight145 g
Camera 13 MP, flash, autofocus, f / 2.0
frontal: 5 MP, f / 2.4
Navigation GPS
OSAndroid 8.1 Oreo
Sensors Accelerometer, Approach, Illumination

Tatyana Kobelskaya