Mobell is a company from Vietnam, that just debuted a slim Android smartphone called Nova X. This device is priced below $200 and measures 6.5 mm in thickness. It costs $176 and its facade resembles an iPhone a bit.



There’s also a fingerprint scanner in the mix and a custom UI on top of Android. Upfront we find a 5 inch HD 2.5D display with IPS technology and Gorilla Glass protection. Apparently, you can also use the device with wet hands and gloves, which is a big advantage. Mobell Nova X relies on a quad core MediaTek MT6735 processor, clocked at 1.3 GHz, 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB of storage.


It also has 4G LTE connectivity and runs Android 5.1 Lollipop. The fingerprint sensor is placed at the back, below the camera, but not directly below it, since the cam is situated in the left corner. We’ve also got a modest sounding battery here with a capacity of 2100 mAh and a main 13 megapixel camera, plus a front 2 MP shooter.




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