08-27-2016, 12:29 PM
Uhans have recently launched their newest budget A101 model marketed as a sort of a tribute to the legendary Nokia device. Probably trying to accentuate the planned focus on an affordable, but quality phone, just like the finnish devices in the glory days.
Even with the retail price set to 70 dollars the phone doesn’t really look like the pure cheap and budget one, round edges and smooth lines look good and promise good ergonomy and grip. The 5-inch Sharp display is also not bad and Gorilla Glass 4, the necessary 2.5D arc and oleophobic coating it can offer quite some features. The back cover is enhanced with rubber so no smudges at all and firrm grip is guaranteed. And with a removable battery, it’s also appealing to certain group of customers.
Main selling point of the Uhans A101 is probably the 4G support on bands 1/3/7/8/20 thanks to the MT6737 chipset, which is still quite rare inside the ultra budget $60 devices. Uhans A101 is currently offered here for $69.99, but with the help of the discount coupon we get go even 10 dollars lower.