Amoi N820 Big V Review and first impressions

The Amoi N820 Big V is one of the first sub 1000 Yuan dual-core Android phones to launch in China with the superb MTK MT6577 dual-core CPU, but just how good are these low cost machines? Keep reading to find out.

Amoi have joined the leagues of other local Chinese phone makers who are either in the process or planning stages of launching a low cost dual-core machine.

Beidou have the little pepper, JiaYu will offer both the G2 and G3, Zopo are launching low cost dual-core offerings and of course Amoi have a few options too.

What all these phones offer are the same dual-core MTK MT6577 cpu, large display and sub 1000 Yuan ($157) price tag.


Amoi N820 First Impression

amoi n820 big v hands on review

The Amoi N820 arrives in a large black box with simple branding with a few included accessories. As you would expect a charger, USB cable and a pair of headphones, all in black, come with the N820 and while not the best looking options are all workable and do their job well.

amoi n820 hands on reviewThe Amoi N820 handset itself features a nice black design with simple white logo which is quite an understated yet classy design to the back panel.

The front is even more understated and only features a front facing camera and the standard Android key below the screen.

amoi n820 big vhands on reviewAs you can see from the pictures the overall design and build quality are fine especially for this price range and for the rather good specification.

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