Got this Smarnoo S5 with GPS from GearBest for review.
Official product page: HongXinGaoKe
I found the manufacturer who makes the S5 but the S5 is not listed in their product line but others Smarnoo dashcams is listed like the S1, S2 and S3 under a different name.
GearBest product page: Smarnoo S5 with GPS
• Processor: Novatek 96663
• Sensor: OmniVision OV4689
• Front 170° viewing angle, 6G glass wide angle lens
• 2.4″ LCD screen
• Resolution: 2880 x 2160P 24fps, 2560 x 1440p 30fps, & 1920 x 1080p 60fps/30fps
• Support up to 128GB microSD card
• Battery: Super Capacitor
• GPS module
• Rear cam (optional)
• GPS module
• Mini USB cable
• Car charger
• Tape mount
• Manual in Chinese and English
Car charger & mini USB cable
Manual in Chinese and English
Initial firmware out of the box
Recorded in 2880×2160 (16:9) 24fps with an overall bit rate of 25.0 Mb/s.
Recorded in 2560×1440 30fps with an overall bit rate of 20.5 Mb/s.
A little note
This S5 is not a true 4K resolution dashcam at 2880×2160. True 4K resolution is at 4096×2160 and is actually not 16:9.
Mike Toon · October 18, 2017 at 5:01 pm
Which one out of the Smarnoo S5 and Viofo A119 do you think is better and why?
Also does the Smarnoo GPS version, show you the speed you are travelling at on recordings?
Jeremy Wong · October 18, 2017 at 9:42 pm
This a tough as both are equally good in terms of specs. Both are great in 1440p.
I would say A119 as Viofo provides good support with firmware releases. And I like GPS mount more on the A119 than the GPS module on the S5.
The speed is only shown on the screen and also when viewing on a dashcam viewer on a computer.