We got our hands on the very budget Innjoo X3. In this case, we are talking about the very bottom of the smartphone pyramid. There are extremely few smartphones that are cheaper than this. As is our custom, we are putting the dainty little phone through its paces in order to bring you a full review. In the meantime, we shot a few pre-review photos just for your delight.
Innjoo X3 Pre-review Photos
The X3 sports a smallish 4-inch display. Of course, it is made of plastic. No surprise. As you can see from the photos, the app icons have been skinned to resemble iPhone app icons. We are not sure yet whether we like this or not. But we will have our verdict soon enough. That default wallpaper though…tsk, tsk.
The Innjoo X3 runs Android 5.1 Lollipop. One doesn’t expect the latest software on ultra budget smartphones, so that isn’t out of place. If interested in fuller details of the phone, you might want to have a look at the Innjoo X3 specifications. Stick around for our full review.
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