If you’ve never heard of a smartphone maker by the name of Axgio, you may be out of dates, these days Axgio has made many actions on many sites by their self-designed phone and customized OS, and today they release the Neon N2Q on top of the N1.
Axgio’s latest phone, the N2Q, exclusively sells on TinyDeal for $116.99. Now the smartphone enthusiast world has been opened up to the incredibly competitive pricing, N2Q hoists the ensign of “the cheapest octa-core cellphone”, that’s really a bold act among the intensely competing market.
As for the specs, Axgio reports that the N2Q will have a 5-inch OGS display, a MediaTek MT6592M processor, a 2,100mAh battery, 8GB of internal storage, a 8MP rear shooter, and a 5MP front-facing camera. On the software front, it will pack the Android 4.4 KitKat in the first batch of products. Its octa-core MT65292M chipset clocks in at 1.4GHz using its A7 cores, and the battery also enlarges to 2,100mAh to satisfy this CPU. So if under normal or daily usage, the N2Q should last a whole day theoretically.
TinyDeal has gotten its hands on exclusive photos and videos of the device, the N2Q adopts the Q as name to express the word “cute”, but what this particular handset interesting are its build materials. It is reported that the combination of matte plastic and metal “feels nice in the hand.”
What makes the N2Q truly stand out, though, are Axgio’s effort on industrial design. The curved edge and flat back case have been grabbing headlines. The phone feels very solid and the display does seem a little yellowish but clear. Therefore most importantly, in a sea of Samsung and iPhone clone options, the device achieves what no other handset has yet to do: it can look and feel like it truly belongs to you.