Hands on with the Maze Alpha: Big Bezel-less on a Budget

Hands on with the Maze Alpha: Big Bezel-less on a Budget

The Maze Alpha offers a solution to those who want a high-end looking bezel-less phone, without spending the high-end price. With other features like 4 or 6GB of RAM, a 4,000mAh battery, a dual-lens camera and a Helio P25 chipset, the Maze Alpha is a serious bargain for a phone with a 6″ screen.

With a sub-$200 price tag, the Maze Alpha packs a 6″ screen with a 1920×1080 resolution. This makes for an 83% screen-to-body ratio. The large bezel-less display is undeniably an awesome viewing experience.

A 4000mAh battery powers this device to give you a battery that will last all day long. With a USB Type C connector, the Maze Alpha has fast -charging capabilities.

The selfie camera on the Maze Alpha has been moved to the bottom of the phone to make room for the bezel-less display at the top.

The Maze Alpha does not skip out on camera quality. The dual-lens camera houses 13MP and 5MP sensors that do a great job on taking crystal clear photos. For selfies, you have a 5MP 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.

The Helio P25 chipset makes running Android 7.0 smooth and lag-free. Combine this with 4GB of RAM and you’ve got yourself some pretty serious specs for what you’re paying for this device.

The Maze Alpha comes with a dual-lens setup with 13MP and 5MP sensors.

With a thickness of 8.1mm and weighing 225 grams, the Maze Alpha feels as premium as it looks.

Overall, the Maze Alpha is a great phone at a killer price. The screen is the best feature and is sure to be a hit with anyone who loves big displays. Use code MAZE4G to get a discount at checkout with the below link.

  Get the Maze Alpha!
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