When the Xiaomi MI MIX 2 and Samsung Galaxy S8 were out, many second-class Chinese smartphone makers began copying them. Now another full-screen top brand is available in the market in face of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8. So it’s quite expected to see many smartphones looking like it and bringing a large-full-screen experience for a lower pricing. The most attractive of them is the MEIGOO Note 8. As the name suggests, this is the MEIGOO’s variant of Samsung’s flagship. But what is hidden under the hood and what key features it comes with? Before we learn it, you should know this amazing handset is currently available for purchase at a price tag of $189.99. But what’s amazing this device will be available for $159.99 only on December 11-18.
The MEIGOO Note 8 sports a 5.99-inch full-screen with an 18:9 aspect ratio and Full HD+ resolution (2160 x 1080 pixels). This is the most attractive key feature of the Note 8. So it should be considered as a selling point. It is powered by a well-known chip coming our way from MediaTek. It’s the much-popular MT6750T octa-core processor clocked at 1.5GHz and paired with a Mali-T860 GPU. The chip is also accompanied by a 4GB of RAM and a 64GB of ROM. The latter can be expanded up to 256GB via the SD card slot.
Like many other current smartphones, the MEIGOO Note 8 is packed with a dual-camera using a 13MP sensor for the imaging process and a secondary sensor with an unknown resolution for providing the bokeh effect. However, we are more interested in the front shooter using an 8MP lens. This camera is capable of taking great selfies due to Face Beauty 3.0 support. But we are surprised to see the MEIGOO Note 8 supports Face ID. There is a fingerprint scanner on the back. So many think this is the only method for unlocking the phone and keeping your data safe. But this is not the case.
At last, the MEIGOO Note 8 comes with a USB Type-C port for faster charging and data transfer, 3300mAh battery, and runs on Android 7 Nougat.
As you see, the selling point of the MEIGOO Note 8 is its screen. Besides this high-end feature, all others belong to the mid-range category. But in total, this is a good device for those who want to pay less but get a full-screen experience.