It's metal, it's affordable, it's the Wileyfox Swift 2 X
London based smart phone maker WileyFox only released its Swift 2 plus handset in November last year and is already here with an addition to the series named the Swift 2x.
The 2x is the most premium model in the Swift series, featuring more powerful specs And a slightly higher price.
The phone runs on an octacore core processor which makes a sandwich [UNKNOWN] version of android marshmallow runs smoothly on my hands on time.
On the back of the phone is a 16 megapixel camera and an eight megapixel camera on the front to all those [UNKNOWN] selfies.
The handset is wrapped in all metal [UNKNOWN] although it doesn't particularly stand out in sense of looks Does feel good to hold.
For my hands, the phone's 5.2 inch size is a great sweet spot between screen real estate and comfort when you're holding it.
The display itself has a full HD resolution.
There's also a fingerprint scanner ont he back which together with the NFC allows you to use contactless Android Pay.
Other features include a 3,010 milliamp an hour battery, USB3 charging, and 32 gigs of storage that can be expanded with a micro SD card.
While the phone isn't going to [UNKNOWN] to the Samsung Galaxy S7, it's got a solid lineup of specs.
And at only 220 pounds [UNKNOWN] from [UNKNOWN] website, it is very affordable.
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