Amoi N820 Big V Review and first impressions

Amoi N820 Design

amoi n820 big v design

Amoi have given the N820 Big V a similar design to the Samsung i9300 but with a less prominent ‘chin’ area where the buttons are located.

For a device which is going to spend most of it’s time either in your pocket or in your hand the feeling and texture of the rear panel on the Big V are spot on with the very rounded ‘arc’ design of the rear lending itself well for sitting comfortably in the palm of your hand.

amoi n820 front camera and design

As mentioned earlier the front of this Chinese phone has no logo, which gives a simple and clean look, but you do get a front facing camera, hidden light sensor plus a very flat overall front which makes cleaning the screen very easy.

amoi n820 big v hands on xiaomi m1 comparison

Compared to the Xiaomi M1 the Amoi N820 is slightly larger and has a bit of extra space below the Android home, menu and options buttons which you will either love or loathe.

amoi n820 xiaomi m1 comparison

The rear of the Amoi N820 features the rear camera which sits off to the side rather than in  the center as most phone companies are going for these days and the cover is coated in a rubberized plastic which gives nice grip in your hand.

amoi n820 big v specificationCompared to the Xiaomi M1 the Amoi is a little thinner, but does have a protruding camera which might get knocked and bumped a little more often than some designs, it will also mean the N820 will always sit on it’s lens while place on a desk or table, which could also cause problems.

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