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World’s Lowest-price 8-core Smartphone to Be Even Cheaper

Cellphone maker Axgio will further lower the price of the world’s cheapest 8-core smartphone by 2 US dollars, so that consumers can get it at USD114.99 at the online store

Named Axgio Neon N2Q, the smartphone was launched three weeks ago, in an effort to provide customers with a snappy phone at a friendly price. Now the company is able to make it even more affordable, thanks to its optimization in production line.

Axgio Neon N2Q is equipped with the MTK6592M 8-core chipset, 5-inch QHD display, 1GB RAM, 8GB ROM, 5MP/8MP Cameras, Bluetooth 4.0, and a 2100mAh battery, running on the pure Android 4.4.2 operating system. It is presently the cheapest smartphone available on the market, with its price USD20 lower than the previous lowest.

The Neon N2 Q’s body measures 5.7 inches high by 2.8 inches wide, and with a thickness of 7.5mm, it’s almost as thin as the iPhone 6 Plus. The industrial-feel edges, the inset lines hereby, and the matte texture are all reminiscent of another iPhone, namely, the 5. The edges are made from matte aluminum which delivers a visual feel of black lead though, as it adopted metal corrosion techniques. Coming in a weight of 4.6 ounces, the N2 Q feels significantly lighter than Axgio’s last-generation product Neon N1.

Besides, the edges are slightly curved, so as to nestle into hand rather than cutting into it. “As an oversize mobile phone, chamfered edges are not very friendly to hand. That’s why iPhone 6 and 6 Plus give up the harsh design that distinguished iPhone 5 and 5S”, said a manager at Axgio.

The Neon N2Q has a very smooth user interface and allows demanding games like Asphalt 8 and Real Racing 3 to run reassuringly, thanks to the robust MTK6592M CPU and Mali450 4-core GPU. The 1GB RAM is not huge, but is enough to handle a qHD display.

The battery of the N2Q occupies a big area in the phone’s interior, and therefore it has a large capacity to easily support 2 days of light use. The mainboard sits to the right of the battery with the two groups of main heat-emitting components separated by the two SIM card slots, building a good cooling environment.

A highly-praised function on the N2Q is Gesture Wake, which enables double tap to enter the lock screen and open an app by drawing a letter like “w” when the display is sleeping.

In about one month, Axgio will release another version of the N2Q which runs on the Neonado OS 1.1, an Android UI developed by the Axgio company. The UI was pre-installed on Axgio’s previous products Neon N1 and Wing W2 and has won a good reputation as a handy system.

For more information and to order visit the Axgio Website and the TINYDEAL product page

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