Since the release of the UHANS A101, the company continues to pride itself about the budget $60 smartphone.
Recall back, the device serves as a tribute to the legendary Nokia brand and its design was inspired by a modern building in Barcelona called “Casa Vicens”, every corner of the structure has severe lines and angles modelled by Antoni Gaudi who left the world astonishing with so many architecture masterpieces, and the “A” stands for his name.
One highlight of this device is the rubber-coated back cover which gives it a soft hand-feel. Rubber coating is also known as leather coating as it feels just like leather and is not slippery, unlike the plastic and glossy glass finish. Another sweetener to the back cover is the anti-fingerprint feature which self-erases marks leaving it in a clean state.
Down to the specs, it has a modest 5” 720p 2.5D glass display, coupled with a MediaTek MT 6737 quad-core chipset clocked at 1.25GHz. The memory is 1GB RAM with 8GB ROM, and as far as the camera is concerned, it flaunts a 5MP front shooter and 8MP back camera.
It is running on Android 6.0 out of the box Marshmallow which is powered by a battery of 2450mAh (offering longer talk time and standby time) and a fast-charge power adapter.
The device features two colours- Cloud Dancer (white) and slate grey as Midnight Navy. The slate grey represents the average colour of the material slate which is a mixture of grey and slight azure tinge. It is a colour between deep blue and black.