FAEA F1 gets official price of $130, worlds cheapest NFC phone?

The FAEA F1 has been finally launched in China with a retail price of 799 Yuan ($130), making the Meizu MX2 clone one of the most affordable 720p, NFC equipped phones on the market.

FAEA released the F1 last night confirming specification details, pricing and the launch date. As noted yesterday the F1 is a 4.5-inch Android smartphone which has the same design and similar manufacturing process as the Meizu Mx2.

The display is a 720p IPS unit which is driven by a Snapdragon S4 MSM8225Q CPU, 1GB RAM and 4GB ROM. An 8 mega-pixel sits on the back of the phone which is also where you fill find an 1800mAh removable battery, dual SIM support and NFC sensor.

Pre-sales for the 799 Yuan F1 will begin on May 27th. International resellers are likely to receive phones mid June.

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