KingZone Z1 5.5″ smartphone is currently kinging at $189 (for a limited time)
March seems to be a season of discounts — as our friends at Gearbest are holding their “MARCH MARKDOWNS” discount craze, their sister company, Everbuying .net (who are also our partners) are holding it down with a $74 price slash off the amazing KingZone Z1 smartphone.
KingZone Z1 currently retails for $210 on Everbuying and this offer is just for a very limited time but hey, those guys gave us a coupon to give to our readers and with it you can buy the KingZone Z1 for an even less pricier$189.99 which by all terms is a steal.
Now, the coupon expires on 6th April so you’ve got to rush things up or the opportunity to get one of the most incredible Chinese mid rangers currently will be gone in a splash. And oh, the coupon code is “EBKZ” (without slashes) and can be used for multiple times.
What makes it INCREDIBLE?
The sweet spots of the Z1 include an ample 5.5-inch JD I panel which has a resolution of 720 x1280 pixels. The smartphone is powered by MediaTek’s MT6752 octa-core, 64-bit chipset with a CPU clocked at 1.7GHz and 2GB of RAM. Internal storage for the device is 16GB, plus you get to have additional memory when you slot a microSD card in the memory card slot.
Furthermore, the device runs on Android 54.4 KitKat OS baked by search engine giant, Google. There’s support for GSM, WCDMA and FDD-LTE networks and the handset supports Wi-Fi, NFC and Bluetooth 4.0 alongside A-GPS and micorUSB 2.0. The dual SIM slot holds one micro SIM and one mini SIM card. For photography, you’ll find a 13-megapixel camera at the back and an adequate 8MP sensor for taking selfies at the front.
Should I wait?
Nah. If you are shopping for a very affordable Android midranger, this should be in your wishlist but don’t leave it there for too long as the $189.99 price tag won’t wait for anyone beyond the 6th of next month.
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