Another phone from the company just went on sale — the KingZone N3 Plus. The phone is powered by the impressive MediaTek MT6732 64-bit chipset, and has the same amount of RAM as the P6000 as well — 2GB. As you might have already made out from the name, the N3 Plus is an upgrade to the original KingZone N3.
A 5-inch 720p screen sits on top of the aforementioned internals on the N3 Plus. On the camera segment, the phone boasts of a 13 mega-pixel rear sensor and an 8 mega-pixel front, to make for an impressive (sounding) repertoire. Other than that, the phone has a 2500mAh battery, dual SIM support and a rather sleek design.
Another feature that’s certainly getting popular in Chinese phones is fingerprint recognition, which the KingZone N3 Plus supports along with NFC (if you manage to find a use case for it, that is). In all, the phone looks like a VFM affair and can be had from GearBest for US$160 with free shipping.