I know what you’re thinking; 3G-only? It’s definitely a niche market – after all, why would you want slower speeds when you can have faster speeds? But – contrary to what the major carriers will tell you – there are still rather large areas of the country (let alone the world) that rely exclusively on Edge and 3G networks for connection. For those people, UHANS has showcased the MX.

Clearly inspired by the Samsung Galaxy S8, UHANS has created a bezel-less smartphone at a sub-$100 price tag that gives those with less-than-demanding data needs a little taste of decadence.  At $87, UHANS aims to make the MX the cheapest bezel-less smartphone on the market today. As you’d expect its specs are modest; a 5.2″ 720p IPS LCD display, a MTK6580 quad-core processor, 2/16GB RAM/ROM (expandable), Android 7.0, a 3000mAh battery, and 8/5mp front/back cameras. But the design is a modern one, making it an inexpensive alternative for those in low-coverage areas that don’t want to resort to flip phones or pay for high-end devices.  One thing I should note is that the front camera is mounted on the lower left-hand corner of the phone – lefties, beware.

The UHANS MX is up for pre-order right now until November 12th – pre-order yours at $86.99 to take advantage!

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