MT6732 powered KingZone N3 Plus goes on sale for $160, offers fingerprint security and 2GB RAM

KingZone is a popular Chinese phone manufacture, especially in Europe. The company makes some good phones, albeit more expensive than other similar devices from Chinese makers.

Another phone from the company just went on sale — the KingZone N3 Plus. The phone is powered by the impressive MediaTek MT6732 64-bit chipset (the same SoC that powers the Elephone P6000), and has the same amount of RAM as the P6000 as well — 2GB. As you might have already made out from the name, the N3 Plus is an upgrade to the original KingZone N3 (review).



A 5-inch 720p screen sits on top of the aforementioned internals on the N3 Plus. On the camera segment, the phone boasts of a 13 mega-pixel rear sensor and an 8 mega-pixel front, to make for an impressive (sounding) repertoire. Other than that, the phone has a 2500mAh battery, dual SIM support and a rather sleek design.

Another feature that’s certainly getting popular in Chinese phones is fingerprint recognition, which the KingZone N3 Plus supports along with NFC (if you manage to find a use case for it, that is). In all, the phone looks like a VFM affair and can be had from GearBest for US$160 with free shipping.

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