Spy pictures of the upcoming 8-core phone Newman phone emerge online!


As we near the official MT6592 date of launch, more and more manufacturers seem keen on having the very chipset in one of their own devices!

Spy pictures of their upcoming 8-core K18 have emerged, which show off a seriously sleek phone in what seems like a sturdy build! The device actually reminds us of the Green Orange N1, which was another sleek well made handset popular this year. Newman would thus be joining the list of innumerable manufacturers who are in line to release their first 8-core phone after Mediatek officially unveil the chipset on the 20th of this month.

What’s more is that this looker of a phone will probably measure just over 6mm thick (6.17mm to be precise) and might come with a 5-inch full HD screen, making it a real object of desire for all Chinese tech enthusiasts!

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10 Comments

  1. Airyl
    November 15, 2013

    But that looks more like the Newman N3 renders we saw earlier this year. Remember that line of phones?

  2. annonn
    November 16, 2013

    Thinnest phone evar!

    Battery life? what’s that? Here see how you can use the phone as hand mirror when it die (early)!

    • November 16, 2013

      Nothing on the battery yet, but looking at the thickness it would be a nice idea to keep your expectations low!

  3. plikmu
    November 16, 2013

    what’s the Battery capacity ?

  4. Kordil
    November 16, 2013

    After having a very bad experience with previous generations of Newman products and their customer support (or lack of), I wouldn’t recommend anyone to gamble with their money on any of their products.

    You’ll might find yourself, like me, with a very good looking un-usable device…

  5. Eddy Bruin
    November 16, 2013

    Everything Newman brings new is for me to ignore. They have wasted client experiences before. I agree with Kordi.

    • Airyl
      November 16, 2013

      Everything after the Newman N2 has been a lot better, what with the frequently updated LeWa OS and the slightly improved quality of the devices.