X-Age Nepal Launches 2 Smartphones & 2 Tablets For Extreme Budget Buyers

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X-Age Nepal, the last we covered this name on our website was when it first debuted in Nepal with its budget TWS buds called X-Age Conve twins. We have a full review of it on our YouTube channel for those of you who are interested. X-Age, an accessory brand has taken a turn today and dived into a new market pool with the launch of its two phones and two tablets. Let us take a look at all four products and their specifications.

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X-Age A1 Smartphone

With an obvious plastic build, the product in the picture doesn’t have a bad design. The big bezels seem to be the only issue. It would have been better if we got a 720p display but we will have to see how it is on hand. The company hasn’t specified the exact model of the processor as well. 4G is of course a must in 2020 and it has that with Dual-Sim support. Android GO, specifically made for devices with less than 2GB of RAM can be seen here which will likely keep the user interface smoothly with enough security.

Specifications:

X-Age A1
Display4.95” 480p IPS LCD display
ChipsetMedia Tek Quad-core processor
ConnectivityDual-SIM + Dual Standby, 4G/3G, Wi-Fi
RAM & Storage1GB RAM + 16GB Storage + Expandable Storage
OSAndroid 8.1 (Go Edition)
Camera5MP Rear + 2MP Front
Battery2000mAh, micro-USB port
ColorsBlack, Gold

X-Age G2 Smartphone

X-Age G2
Display6.0” 720p IPS LCD display with dewdrop notch
ChipsetMedia Tek Quad-core processor
ConnectivityDual-SIM + Dual Standby, 4G/3G, Wi-Fi
RAM & Storage3GB RAM + 32GB Storage + micro-SD card up to 64GB
OSAndroid 9 (Pie)
Camera13MP + 0.3MP rear & 8MP front
Battery3000mAh
ColorsBlue

Plastic build but thin bezels except for the bottom and a bluish pink color gradient on the back makes it look better than the X-Age A1. The processor isn’t specified here as well but I hope it’s better than the one on X-Age A1. 3GB RAM for this price is admirable and storage is enough with expandability options. The company also hasn’t specified what the secondary rear camera. I hoped it was the latest Android 10 here as I don’t think these phones will be getting future updates.

Tab 31 3G

X-Age Tab 31 3G
Display7” 720p IPS LCD display
ChipsetMedia Tek Octa-core processor
Connectivity3G + Wi-Fi
RAM & Storage1GB RAM + 8GB Storage
OSAndroid 9 (Pie)
Camera8MP Rear + 2MP Front
Battery2500mAh
ColorsBlack

Also Read: X-Age ConvE Twins TWS (XTW01) Review: A New Player in the Market to Fit your Budget?

Tab 40 4G

Tablets have much less competition when compared to smartphones. These two tablets are cheap and good alternatives to random tablets found in the gray markets of Nepal. 4G/3G doesn’t matter to me in a tablet but if you want to use a SIM in your tablet, 3G is so out-of-date. 8GB/16GB storage is insufficient when a tablet is running Android 9 Pie, so I hope these have expandable storage as the company hasn’t specified anything. Also, I hope the small 2500mAh last enough on the huge 7-inch display. Another thing to notice is that the tablets have better octa-core processors compared to quad-core ones on smartphones.

X-Age Tab 40 4G
Display7” 720p IPS LCD display
ChipsetMedia Tek Octa-core processor
Connectivity4G + Wi-Fi
RAM & Storage1GB RAM + 16GB Storage
OSAndroid 9 (Pie)
Camera8MP Rear + 2MP Front
Battery2500mAh
ColorsBlack

Price and Availability in Nepal

The two smartphones are available for purchase on Daraz exclusively from October 19th, 2020 and the tablets will be arriving there soon.

Where to buy: https://www.daraz.com.np/shop/x-age

ModelPrice in Nepal
X-Age A1 Smartphone (1GB + 16GB)NPR 6599
X-Age G2 Smartphone (3GB + 32GB)NPR 10499
X-Age Tab 31 3G (1GB + 8GB)NPR 7099
X-Age Tab 40 4G (1GB + 16GB)NPR 8499

Conclusion

All of the 4 products launched are targeted towards extreme budget buyers. They are likely assembled in China and given a brand-name of X-Age Nepal but the company which has been selling all its accessory products via Daraz Exclusive has gotten many positive customer ratings for its products. We cannot be totally honest until we review them on hand but it seems to be a good start.

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