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Xone Phone Review

The smartphone industry keeps growing every year and it’s only getting bigger and better. New phones are like alien tech compared to smartphones of ten years ago.

The first generation iPhone had a rear camera of 2 megapixels but the newly release iPhone 11 has two rear cameras of 12 megapixels each! The rate at which technology develops is amazing. 

The iPhone 11 costs upwards of a thousand dollars and the higher end version (the max pro) can reach up to $1499 (depending on the size of the memory), this is way too expensive for a lot of us, there has to be a better option. 

Today I am here to review a new smartphone on the market that claims to provide just as much value as today’s best smartphones at less than a quarter of the price. 

Today I am here to review the Xone Phone

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The Xone Phone is a smartphone that runs on the Android operating system designed to be the “expensive smartphone killer”, they tried to combine all the expensive high tech features into a budget-friendly phone. Were they able to pull it off? I don’t know, read on and you tell me.

First thing you might notice about the Xone Phone is its uncanny resemblance to the iPhone with its touchscreen that spans almost the entire front surface of the phone. The screen has a 5.7-inch HD+ display (Crispy clear images anyone?)

The back of the phone contains a dual main camera, multimedia speaker grille and a fingerprint sensor (which has a speed of 0.1 seconds, to put that into perspective most high-end phones have fingerprint sensor speeds of around 0.8 to 1.5 seconds)

The Xone Phone comes with a RAM of 2gb and a flash memory of 16gb but this can be extended up to 128gb with the use of a memory card.

Technical Specifications of the Xone Phone

Xone PhoneTechnical Specifications
Display5.7 inches IPS with 1498 x 720 pixels
CPUMediatek MT6739 4-core 1.3 GHz
Internal Memory16GB
Memory Extensionup to 128GB
Cameras: 16.0MP + 5MP main and 8.0MP front camera
Connectivity:Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, 3G, 4G, Bluetooth 4.2, and GPS
Battery:3350 mAh(5V/2A)
OS:Android 8.1
Connections:micro-USB port and TF card slot`
Weight:171.5 grams
Dimensions:149.2 x 72.2 x 9.7 mm

What Comes in the Box

  • 1 x Xone phone
  • 1 x lithium-ion batteries
  • 1 x user manual
  • 1 x EU power adapter
  • 1 x USB cable
  • 1 x warranty card

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What I Like About The Xone Phone (Xone Phone Review)

1.) Display

The Xone phone has an impressive HD resolution display, as stated in the table above (720p HD+ Resolution to be exact) coupled with its great screen size that almost takes up the whole of the front panel, you are in for a unique experience.

Your movies and gaming will be crystal clear on the Xone phone.

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2.) Camera

The Camera is a major differentiator between low-end phones and high-end phones. The camera is what separates the cheap phones from expensive ones.
Unfortunately, we don’t think the camera on this phone will impress you that much if you’re used to the quality of the iphones of nowadays, the iPhones and Samsung phones of today have raised the bar so high.

The camera quality of the Xone phone is good but in comparison to the high-end phones of today, it doesn’t match up. I guess that’s why it costs $398 not $1199.

Although, I think its unfair to compare a $398 phone to a $1199 phone. its expected that the heavily priced android and iPhones would have a higher camera quality.

Update: Xone Phone is currently on sale for $199 (50% OFF), find out more at the end if the article.

The impressive part comes when you compare its camera quality to phones of the same price range. Here the Xone excels with better camera quality over phones within the same price range.

You can think of this phone as real “bang for your buck”

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3.) Battery life

The Xone phone makes a big comeback with its impressive battery life. It boasts a 3350mAh battery (more capacity than the iPhone 11 which is 3046mAh). This is more than enough to last the whole day under normal use.

4.) Fingerprint Sensor

The Xone Phone has a fingerprint sensor located on the back. It has a response speed of 0.1 seconds which is one of the fastest fingerprint response speed on the market so far. Once you place your finger on the sensor it unlocks. You no longer have to memorize complex passwords and patterns just to unlock your device. The Xone phone can also store up to 5 fingerprints. You can share access to your device with your loved ones and close friends by adding their fingerprints to your device.

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5.) Affordability

The Xone Phone is extremely affordable, most smartphones built with the features the Xone phone cost more than hundreds of dollars, we already saw how the new iPhone costs up to a thousand dollars.
The Xone Phone costs $398 only. This is a reasonable amount to spend on a mobile phone for most people. We think its a plus.

Update: Xone Phone is currently on sale for $199 (50% OFF), find out more at the end if the article.

6.) Dual Sim Capacity

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xone phone review

What I don’t Like About The Xone Phone (Xone Phone Review)

1.) Seems a bit slow

The Xone phone develops a slight delay if it is overworked and heats up, else its processing speed is okay.

2.) Audio Quality

The audio quality seems a bit poor compared to high-end phones but this should be expected because of the cheap cost. You can also use a headphone or earphones like the Echobeats to overcome this problem if it bothers you a lot. 

3.) No NFC support

The Xone phone does not support NFC technology. NFC technology allows you to share contacts, websites, and images using your smartphone. Some locations even allow purchases via NFC technology, unfortunately, the Xone phone doesn’t have it. But don’t fret there are lots of apps on the app store that can give you similar functionality. 

Final Thoughts

The Xone phone is a phone that tries to solve a crucial problem that a lot of people have, you might even have this problem too.
They try to make a smartphone that has the features and design of the world’s best smartphone affordable for all.

Unfortunately, you can’t cram all the features and technology the big boys (iPhones, Google Pixel and Samsung) have and still maintain a low price.

But boy did they do a good job.

With that being said, I still believe this phone isn’t for everyone.

I don’t think you should get this phone;

  • If you are looking for the best phone on the market. This phone isn’t as good as the heavily priced ones on the market today but they come very close.
  • If you are looking for something with ultraclear camera quality, then this isn’t for you. Remember the Xone phone has good camera quality, some would even say “really good” but it is not mind-blowing.
  • If you have no problem spending up a thousand dollars on the higher end smartphones and your pockets can afford it then why are you even reading this article dude/dudette.

Who exactly is the Xone Phone for

The Xone Phone is for people who don’t really want to cough up to a thousand dollars to purchase a new phone.

  • It is perfect if you need a second phone and don’t want to spend too much on one.
  • If you are getting your kid his or her first phone…
  • If you are gifting a relative or friend a new phone…
  • If you simply want an affordable phone that has a lot of the cool features that heavily priced phones have…

….then the Xone phone is right for you. A feature-packed phone with a low price is what the Xone phone is about. If you’re interested in getting this phone click the button below. You’ll definitely get your money’s worth.


The Xone Phone is currently on an ongoing promo where you can get the device for 50% OFF.
That is just $199.

This is on a first come first serve basis as there are limited supplies, so at the time of you reading this, the promo might already be over.

Click the button to check if this discount is still available and hopefully you’ll be able to take advantage of it before it ends.

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