Hands-on with the Maze Alpha X

Hands-on with the Maze Alpha X

The Maze Alpha X is a beautiful 6″ FHD phone with an incredibly impressive price. If you’re looking for a phone with a big full screen display, without having to pay a flagship price, you might be interested in what this phone has to offer. Maze sent us one of these phones to check out, so here is our unboxing  and first hands-on of the Alpha X.

Maze Alpha X Specs
Chipset MediaTek Helio P25
Display 2160×1080 6″ FHD
Storage 64GB/128GB
Camera 16MP (rear) 8MP (front)
Battery 3900mAh

You can find the Alpha X from several different online stores, all selling the phone for well under $300. Considering the specs posted above, that’s a great deal.  Your Alpha X will be shipped with Android 7.0 and additional features like a fingerprint sensor and USB type-C.

The most impressive part of the Alpha X is the display. The 18:9 ratio gives you more display and slimmer bezels. The resolution is the same 2160x1080p that you’ll find in some of the most high-end flagship phones, and it looks very crisp with punchy colors and ample brightness.

The Maze Alpha X does not skip out on camera quality. The rear camera is packed with a 16MP sensor that does a great job on taking crystal clear photos. For selfies, you have an 8MP camera that sits at the bottom of the phone near the home button. The phone can be rotated so that the selfie cam is on the top, or you can keep it on the bottom.

When it comes to build quality and design, Maze did an impressive job with the Alpha X. The corners of the screen are slightly rounded to match the corners of the phone which create a very cool look. The back of the phone has a very reflective and vibrant finish which gives the phone a bit of a glow.

The Helio P25 chipset makes running Android 7.0 smooth and lag-free. Combine this with 6GB of RAM and and massive 3900mAh battery and you’ve got yourself some pretty serious specs for what you’re paying for this device.

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