Neo N003 quad-core flagship reduced to $189.99

neo n003 price drop

Neo have been mainly keeping in the news thanks to their Neo M1, but they are still producing their N003 their flagship device for last year which is now on sale at a new lower price.

The Neo N003 was one of the phones which really missed the mark last year, not due to hardware or price, but it’s release date! By the time the N003 went on sale it was already months behind the competition.

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Still in our review of the Neo N003 we found it to be well made, have solid performance, and decent audio due to the built-in Yamaha audio. The N003 has been largely forgotten about this year, but it is still in production and now available at a new low $189.99 price for international customers.

The model available is the “flagship” version which has 32GB built-in memory, dual SIM, micro SD memory expansion and 2GB RAM. The N003 also boasts OTG, MHL, and 13 mega-pixel main camera. Take a look at the full details over on the Neo store (link below).

[ Neomobile ]
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  1. roni24
    May 14, 2014

    people say its gps is lousy, it has the old MT6589T quad-core cpu, its front camera is lousy.
    i would not pay more then 140$ for it, when now you can get pretty good phone for 190$- same price, but with the new octa MT6592 cpu and 2GB, and newer electronics.

    • Peter
      May 14, 2014

      The GPU in the mtk6589t is really pathetic.. I also would definitely not reccomemd a fhd screen with that processor… I have a fhd mtk6589t phone… The GPU in the newer processor line up should be much more capable..

  2. Ben Liu
    May 14, 2014

    Yes. I would agree it is still rather expensive compared to the latest offerings of the Octo Core’s. I recently got the Tengda S5 with MT6592, 2GB RAM, 16GB Storage and 1080p for $160 on special. Quad cores need to drop to under $150 to remain competitive with the Octo Cores for $200-$250.

    • Peter
      May 14, 2014

      I’m guessing from panda will :D… No, but seriously. How does the GPU perform? Is the experience smooth enough on your phone with a fhd screen?

  3. desponent
    May 14, 2014

    Missed opportunity, would have bought this if they upgraded it to octa core. Shame.

  4. Zeca
    May 14, 2014

    Robin, Do you have courage of the indicate this?

  5. muzzz
    May 14, 2014

    I bought the youth version nearly a year ago ,i use it every day and it is a cracking phone. battery lasts nearly 3 days with current color os custom rom, camera is good front and back.screen is very good and sharp with natural colours unlike some other phones .GPS can be a bit hit or miss but you can tweak it with mobile uncle tools. GPU lets it down with benchmarks only!! , not had any issue with actual games .the sound can be amazing with the right rom ,not sure why NEO haven’t used it to its full potential in its own roms?

  6. Harley
    May 14, 2014

    I don’t agree NEO N003 had a good built quality. Bought the phone on December 2013, after few days use, screen is damage having pixelizes line across the screen. Had send back and exchange another unit. After 4 months of usage, speaker of the phone now could not be bearly heard. Suspect speaker damage as volume is very soft. Anyone facing this issue?