AllInMobile Ace 64 Plus

AllinMobile is a start-up abruzzese born from the desire to fabricate the value for money very interesting. One of these is the new AllInMobile Ace 64 Plus, Android based smartphone that provides natively to the user is the root permissions that modules Xposed preinstalled. A device, and then for “geeks” but that has hardware specs that can satisfy everyone. Let’s go to discover together in our review.

Hardware, Materials and ergonomics:

AllInMobile Ace 64 Plus integrates a MediaTek MT6752processor, a 64-bit octa-core from 1.7 GHz with GPU MALI T760 MP2 to 695 MHz and 3 GB of RAM that enable Android OS version Lollipop to be always fast and responsive.

The device integrates 16 GB of memory, of which 12 GB available to the user, which can be expanded via a microSD slot that can be set as the default mass storage. Provided it is offered a GB. ACE 64 Plus supports LTE networks in Ch 4 with a maximum speed in downloading 150Mbps.

Full Connectivity Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/a/n with hotspot and Wi-Fi Direct, USB 2.0 with OTG, Bluetooth 4.0 and a receiver AGPS not particularly fast. On the back there is a scanner biometric fingerprint recognition system.

  • Size: 155.6 x 77.8 x 8.3 mm
  • Weight: 160 grams
  • Display: 5.5 “IPS LCD Full HD 401ppi
  • Processor: MTK MT6752 1.7 GHZ, Octa-Core 8 x 64 bit
  • GPU: MALI T760 MP2 to 695 MHz
  • SystemOs: Android 5.0 Lollipop
  • MemoryExpandable via microSD 16 GB internal:
  • RAM: 3 GB
  • Camerarear: 18 Megapixels (13.3 mpx hardware) with LED flash
  • Camerafront: 8 megapixel
  • USB 2.0 OTG, Connectivity: Wi-Fi b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0
  • Networks: GSM/HSPA/LTE ch 6
  • 2 g GSM frequencies: 850/900/1800/1900
  • 3 g WCDMA Frequencies: 850/2100
  • 4 g LTE Frequencies: 800/1800/2100/2600
  • Battery: 3800 mAh

Rich sales package that includes a “big” car charger with USB port, a USB data cable, a good quality in-ear headset (ear adapters are missing), a protective film for the display and two covers: a transparent silicone and one with active flip and circular window.

The back housing of the device is not particularly high quality plastic, the profile is made of metal. Good General Assembly and quite generous dimensions, associated with a weight of about 160 grams do not allow easy use with one hand even though we can set the gesture to facilitate certain transactions. The function keys are capacitive and backlit. The middle button also acts as a notification LED.


The display of the ACE 64 Plus, protected by a glass Corning ‘s Gorilla Glass slightly beveled edges, is a multitouch IPS to 5 points to lamination competa from 5.5 inches diagonal Full HD resolution and a density of 401ppi.

The viewing angles are fairly broad, the colors are nicely reproduced thanks to a little black curtains MiraVision but too clear when the display is tilted. The brightness is not particularly high and the front glass unprotected better outdoor visibility from fingerprints penalize.

The touchscreen is very responsive and using the keyboard with a certain speed you tend to miss a few letters as you type.

Drums, Audio and reception:

The battery, detachable, is from 3800mAh. Despite the many amps available, with heavy usage you can barely cover a day. We expected something more. While using quotidiamo heating the back is low but under stress the back tends to warm themselves up to the camera, even on the front where we rest on the ear.

Very slow charging the battery. Using a battery charger provided it took about 3 hours to fully charge.

AllInMobile Ace 64 Plus is a Dual SIM Dual Standby. In the call, the audio is low and crackly via speakerphone and not very convincing in earbud. Receiving good under all conditions. We cannot personalise your ringtone for each SIM.


AllInMobile Ace 64 Plus is based on operating system Android version Lollipop with ALLINLauncher which offers so many possibilities to customize both the user interface and the functionality.

We can choose the size of the grids to the homescreen and drawer, margins, transition effects, scrolling and icon colors, can also hide the search bar, the status bar and choose how many applications keep in dock. Don’t miss the opportunity to customize the interface with themes and icons packages and setting of gesture and behavior of.

As mentioned in the opening, AllInMobile Ace 64 Plus offers already root permissions and preinstalled Xposed Installer with a range of modules including AppSwitch, LockScreen Mods, True Silent Mode, Lollipop Power Menu, Fix Memory leaks and MobileActiveRadioFix Lollipop.

As regards the overall responsiveness of the system, there are no special breaks and everything is quite fast and responsive. The “standard” browser, Chrome, it works quite well and has a good speed in rendering pages and in inland navigation.

Using the biometric scanner, plus unlock your device after pressing power button on the display, we can also decide to block the opening of certain applications.

Camera and Multimedia:

AllInMobile Ace 64 Plus has a rear camera which has a maximum resolution of 18 Megapixels software (the sensor is from 13.3 megapixels) and an 8 megapixel front, both with LED flash. There are “standard” handling two applications: a stock of Android, with the usual options, and a preinstalled by AllInMobile, OpenCamera, offering a few more options.

Photo quality that is improved when you use the standard Android application. Overall the pictures are okay. Nice and defined macros.

Using the audio player, this Android standard, the quality and the volume of the rear speakers aren’t bad. The video player can play without major problems the most common formats.

The Media Department is well supported by the processor and 3 GB octa core MediaTek RAM. Satisfactory use as for gaming with our reference game, Real Racing, which “turns” with no fuss and with a fairly high framerate. During a game session the device tends to heat up.

Also the FM Radio. Among other installed apps we battery percentage, Root Explorer and the whole suite of Google.


AllInMobile Ace 64 Plus is sold at 309 euros. A bit many for this device he has in his sights the so-called freak looking for modding and high customizability. In daily use, however, this disappoints a bit with reliability not Ace always at the top as far as phone, GPS reception and display responsiveness, to the nagging overheating which focuses precisely where the ear.