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New brand Cagabi enters market with the cheapest Dual-Edge smartphone

by Dimitris Economou 8

It looks like today is a day for new companies news as just today Vernee announced a big update for the Thor and a new brand is about to enter the smartphone market soon. And by soon, we mean soon. Cagabi announced that that they are about to launch 2 smartphones in March and April. Their names are pretty straightforward: Cagabi One and Cagabi Two. Let’s begin from the latter, as it is the most interesting of the two. The Cagabi Two is said to be the cheapest dual-edge smartphone on the market, according to Cagabi.


Cagabi Two main specs

Cagabi Two

1. 5.5″ dual-edge display, Corning Gorilla Glass 4
2. CPU: unknown
3. Aluminum metal frame
4. 3D Corning Gorilla Glass on the back
5. 13MP rear camera, dual camera flash
6. 8MP front camera, selfie camera flash
7. 2GB RAM/16GB storage, microSD card expansion
8. 3000mAh battery, fast charge
9. Less than $80

Launch Date: April


On the other hand, the Cagabi One will be a more mainstream device with a flat display and even more cost-effective.


Cagabi One main specs

Cagabi One

1. Ergonomic curved back, metal frame
2. OV 8MP rear camera, dual camera flash, phase detection auto focus
3. OV 5MP front camera, selfie camera flash
4. 5″ LG IPS display, 1280*720 resolution
5. Corning Gorilla Glass 4 protection, 2.5D glass
6. 1GB/2G RAM and 8GB/16GB storage; microSD card expansion
7. 2500mAh li-polymer battery
8. Seven different colors
9. Less than $60

Launch date: March
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  • Muhammad Yasir

    the higher end version of the second phone is good but NEEDS FINGERPRINT SCANNER AND TYPE C !

  • Assefa Hanson

    This might beat the leagoo m8 spec wise for the money

  • Bad cameras, probably MTK6580 or 6737, small battery and definitely not Gorilla Glass 4(or a really cheap version of it)
    I suggest you steer clear.

  • Wolvie

    Yeah and can only use for less than 6 month before everything falling apart literally LOL. Those weird china brands build quality are questionable.

    I do hope they can improve though but until then i better stay away.

  • Considering they dont show the screen tech. IPS or Amoled, i would say its another phone with the cheap trick of curved glass, but not screen.

  • Ruby Ruby

    For such a low price, these phones are alright. You can’t expect a $60 smartphone to compete with iPhone or Samsung Galaxy device. If you want everthing high-end, why don’t you just buy an iPhone. There are still many people in the world who can’t affort a smartphone. These cheap smarphones may be the only chance for them to get in touch with the Internet. Sometimes we shouldn’t be so picky. You can look at things from another perspective.

  • Rockitfellow

    I am interested in this phone #cagabi.

  • Rockitfellow

    In Cagabi Facebook page, they said Cagabi One will be less than $50??? Is it true?