Kingzone N5 Review

The Kingzone N5 is still up for pre-order and if you want to be the first to get it, you might want to order it here now.

Let’s go on and see what the N5 is made of. The $120 phone has a 5″ screen that’s with a Gorilla 3.5D Arc Screen. It is run by a 64bit quad core CPU and a Mali T-720 GPU meaning that you will enjoy so much for your money.

The smartphone is also a dual SIM 4G phone that runs on Android 5.1 with a really cool YAMAHA speaker box to ensure that you enjoy every bit of quality sound at the lower left of the phone’s back.

The smart wake function is something that is pretty genius as you can easily choose the gesture you want to wake the phone up from some three options which are slide right, slide left, and the double tap.

Since the phone comes with a mediatek processor, you would expect it not to have NFC and yes you are right. However what you wouldn’t expect is that it will be able to do what an NFC enabled device can do so, yippie, the N5 comes the HotKnot wireless transmission that means that files can be transferred wirelessly when this phones tap on each other or any other HotKnot enabled device.

The amount of creativity that Chinese phone makers now bring on board is something that keeps me suprised and thinking, the big names really have to give us something that’s really out of this world or we’ll stick with this awesome budget phones. As you can see in the photo above the flip screen is so creative and you can easily see the time and date as well as message prompt without having to open the flip case and trust me, we do open our phone like a million times a day just to check the time.

The phone has a 2GB ram, and a 16GB rom with a 13MP back camera and a 5MP front camera. You know I will always talk about the battery and at 2600mAh there is actually noting to complain about.

There’s a saying that if it’s good to be true, then it’s too good to be true. The KingZone N5 is really great for it’s price and believe me, you will enjoy every cent of your money.

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