Dimensions - 116x62x14 mm, weight - 109 grams.

One part (closer to the front panel) is made of glossy plastic, the other is matte. The screen is also protected by plastic, so be careful - scratches on the surface will appear very quickly: in a couple of weeks the screen has been rubbed quite badly. The price, of course, is small, but it's still unpleasant when the device quickly loses its marketable appearance. In general, the easiest way is to stick a protective film, since the form factor is standard.

With the assembly, everything is fine, except for a slight longitudinal play of the back cover. When squeezed in the hand, it does not creak, does not crunch, and this is the main thing. The back side does not bend to the battery.

At the top of the front panel is a speech speaker (it also acts as a speakerphone). Its volume is average, the sound is clear, the interlocutor is heard legibly, mostly high frequencies are heard, there is no echo, there are no extraneous noises, the speaker does not rattle. Not bad for a budget phone, but for a smartphone it's generally excellent. Somewhere near the speaker is a proximity sensor. It reacts quickly and accurately, no false screen activations were noticed.

Below the display - Back, Home, and Menu. The buttons are touch-sensitive, applied with silver paint, there is no backlight, which entails certain inconveniences in using the device at night.

The microphone is on the bottom, while micro-USB and a standard 3.5mm jack are on the top. The volume rocker is on the left side, slightly on the back side. At the top right is the power button, convex, has a soft press, medium travel, generally comfortable. On the back is A Furnished Nice House for Rent in Kanombe (12) at 600,000 FRw per Month a chamber that rises slightly from the body.

To remove the back cover, pry off the notch on the lower left corner. Under the battery, there are two slots for SIM1 / SIM2, below is a slot for a memory card.

Explay N1 review

Going out to buy a loaf of bread and a sachet of milk, I returned with a brand new smartphone in my hands... Of course, a little exaggerated and exaggerated, but partly corresponds to our realities of life: some smartphones have become so cheap that another trip to the store may encourage a spontaneous purchase « smart phone. This is not entirely correct, given the understanding of the impact of intrusive advertising, but indeed, when you see that an Android device costs as much as a dialer, you involuntarily start to think: “Should I buy a smartphone just in case, it will suddenly come in handy, so more for that kind of money? For example, for Explay N1 they ask for only 1,890 rubles, and many people call such purchases “for change”.

Design, dimensions, controls

The device looks exactly like any other budget smartphone. The only pleasant difference is the multi-colored rear panels. The manufacturer promises that N1 will go on sale with a red, white, black and even purple cap. In all cases, except for Explay with a white panel, the front side and edging are black. I had a gadget with a red cover on the review. It is matte, does not “collect” fingerprints on itself, pleasant to the touch, although a little slippery. In any case, it's good that such an inexpensive smartphone can be bought not only in black.

Dimensions - 116x62x14 mm, weight - 109 grams.

One part (closer to the front panel) is made of glossy plastic, the other is matte. The screen is also protected by plastic, so be careful - scratches on the surface will appear very quickly: in a couple of weeks the screen has been rubbed quite badly. The price, of course, is small, but it's still unpleasant when the device quickly loses its marketable appearance. In general, the easiest way is to stick a protective film, since the form factor is standard.

With the assembly, everything is fine, except for a slight longitudinal play of the back cover. When squeezed in the hand, it does not creak, does not crunch, and this is the main thing. The back side does not bend to the battery.

At the top of the front panel is a speech speaker (it also acts as a speakerphone). Its volume is average, the sound is clear, the interlocutor is heard legibly, mostly high frequencies are heard, there is no echo, there are no extraneous noises, the speaker does not rattle. Not bad for a budget phone, but for a smartphone it's generally excellent. Somewhere near the speaker is a proximity sensor. It reacts quickly and accurately, no false screen activations were noticed.

Below the display - Back, Home, and Menu. The buttons are touch-sensitive, applied with silver paint, there is no backlight, which entails certain inconveniences in using the device at night.

The microphone is on the bottom, while micro-USB and a standard 3.5mm jack are on the top. The volume rocker is on the left side, slightly on the back side. At the top right is the power button, convex, has a soft press, medium travel, generally comfortable. On the back is A Furnished Nice House for Rent in Kanombe (12) at 600,000 FRw per Month a chamber that rises slightly from the body.

To remove the back cover, pry off the notch on the lower left corner. Under the battery, there are two slots for SIM1 / SIM2, below is a slot for a memory card.

Explay N1 review

Going out to buy a loaf of bread and a sachet of milk, I returned with a brand new smartphone in my hands... Of course, a little exaggerated and exaggerated, but partly corresponds to our realities of life: some smartphones have become so cheap that another trip to the store may encourage a spontaneous purchase « smart phone. This is not entirely correct, given the understanding of the impact of intrusive advertising, but indeed, when you see that an Android device costs as much as a dialer, you involuntarily start to think: “Should I buy a smartphone just in case, it will suddenly come in handy, so more for that kind of money? For example, for Explay N1 they ask for only 1,890 rubles, and many people call such purchases “for change”.

Design, dimensions, controls

The device looks exactly like any other budget smartphone. The only pleasant difference is the multi-colored rear panels. The manufacturer promises that N1 will go on sale with a red, white, black and even purple cap. In all cases, except for Explay with a white panel, the front side and edging are black. I had a gadget with a red cover on the review. It is matte, does not “collect” fingerprints on itself, pleasant to the touch, although a little slippery. In any case, it's good that such an inexpensive smartphone can be bought not only in black.

Dimensions - 116x62x14 mm, weight - 109 grams.

One part (closer to the front panel) is made of glossy plastic, the other is matte. The screen is also protected by plastic, so be careful - scratches on the surface will appear very quickly: in a couple of weeks the screen has been rubbed quite badly. The price, of course, is small, but it's still unpleasant when the device quickly loses its marketable appearance. In general, the easiest way is to stick a protective film, since the form factor is standard.

With the assembly, everything is fine, except for a slight longitudinal play of the back cover. When squeezed in the hand, it does not creak, does not crunch, and this is the main thing. The back side does not bend to the battery.

At the top of the front panel is a speech speaker (it also acts as a speakerphone). Its volume is average, the sound is clear, the interlocutor is heard legibly, mostly high frequencies are heard, there is no echo, there are no extraneous noises, the speaker does not rattle. Not bad for a budget phone, but for a smartphone it's generally excellent. Somewhere near the speaker is a proximity sensor. It reacts quickly and accurately, no false screen activations were noticed.

Below the display - Back, Home, and Menu. The buttons are touch-sensitive, applied with silver paint, there is no backlight, which entails certain inconveniences in using the device at night.

The microphone is on the bottom, while micro-USB and a standard 3.5mm jack are on the top. The volume rocker is on the left side, slightly on the back side. At the top right is the power button, convex, has a soft press, medium travel, generally comfortable. On the back is A Furnished Nice House for Rent in Kanombe (12) at 600,000 FRw per Month a chamber that rises slightly from the body.

In order to remove the back cover, you need to pry it from the notch on the lower left corner. Under the battery, there are two slots for SIM1 / SIM2, below is a slot for a memory card.

Explay N1 review

Going out to buy a loaf of bread and a sachet of milk, I returned with a brand new smartphone in my hands... Of course, a little exaggerated and exaggerated, but partly corresponds to our realities of life: some smartphones have become so cheap that another trip to the store may encourage a spontaneous purchase « smart phone. This is not entirely correct, given the understanding of the impact of intrusive advertising, but indeed, when you see that an Android device costs as much as a dialer, you involuntarily start to think: “Should I buy a smartphone just in case, it will suddenly come in handy, so more for that kind of money? For example, for Explay N1 they ask for only 1,890 rubles, and many people call such purchases “for change”.

Design, dimensions, controls

The device looks exactly like any other budget smartphone. The only pleasant difference is the multi-colored rear panels. The manufacturer promises that N1 will go on sale with a red, white, black and even purple cap. In all cases, except for Explay with a white panel, the front side and edging are black. I had a gadget with a red cover on the review. It is matte, does not “collect” fingerprints on itself, pleasant to the touch, although a little slippery. In any case, it's good that such an inexpensive smartphone can be bought not only in black.

Dimensions - 116x62x14 mm, weight - 109 grams.

One part (closer to the front panel) is made of glossy plastic, the other is matte. The screen is also protected by plastic, so be careful - scratches on the surface will appear very quickly: in a couple of weeks the screen has been rubbed quite badly. The price, of course, is small, but it's still unpleasant when the device quickly loses its marketable appearance. In general, the easiest way is to stick a protective film, since the form factor is standard.

With the assembly, everything is fine, except for a slight longitudinal play of the back cover. When squeezed in the hand, it does not creak, does not crunch, and this is the main thing. The back side does not bend to the battery.

At the top of the front panel is a speech speaker (it also acts as a speakerphone). Its volume is average, the sound is clear, the interlocutor is heard legibly, mostly high frequencies are heard, there is no echo, there are no extraneous noises, the speaker does not rattle. Not bad for a budget phone, but for a smartphone it's generally excellent. Somewhere near the speaker is a proximity sensor. It reacts quickly and accurately, no false screen activations were noticed.

Below the display - Back, Home, and Menu. The buttons are touch-sensitive, applied with silver paint, there is no backlight, which entails certain inconveniences in using the device at night.

The microphone is on the bottom, while micro-USB and a standard 3.5mm jack are on the top. The volume rocker is on the left side, slightly on the back side. At the top right is the power button, convex, has a soft press, medium travel, generally comfortable. On the back is the A Furnished Nice House for Rent in Kanombe (12) at 600,000 FRw per Month camera, which rises slightly above the body.

The microphone is on the bottom, and micro-USB and a standard 3.5 mm jack are on the top. The volume rocker is on the left side, slightly on the back side. At the top right is the power button, convex, has a soft press, medium travel, generally comfortable. On the back side is A Furnished Nice House for Rent in Kanombe (12) at 600,000 FRw per Month A Furnished Nice House for Rent in Kanombe (12) at 600,000 FRw per Month a chamber slightly elevated above the body.

To remove the back cover, pry off the notch on the lower left corner. Under the battery, there are two slots for SIM1 / SIM2, below is a slot for a memory card.