The Magicon mNote is a phone with a neat and slender build with classy black borders. Large screen phones are becoming a common trend among the public and their numbers in stores are vanishing. The known large screen models are Galaxy S3 and Note. Lets browse through the features of the mNote from Magicon Impex Pvt Ltd.
The design of the Magicon mNote is similar to the Samsung Galaxy Note, without the capacitive stylus. The front panel is equipped with a large 5-inch display with a neat front facing camera, a physical Home Button and capacitive buttons for Menu and Back. The rear panel is decked with a neat matte finish along with an LED flash, speaker grille and neatly carved manufacturer’s logo. On the top is the 3.5mm audio jack with volume rocker and power/standby button on the left on the right side of the frame. The overall build is robust and rugged. The attractiveness of the phone is contributed by the dark bluish glossy trim. On the bottom is the microphone together with micro USB PC interface and charging port. The phone measures 10mm thick and weighs 213grams.
The Magicon mNote is a phone with dual-SIM properties and a standby smartphone. The phone is manufactured with dual-core 1GHz ARMv7 processor along with 512MB of RAM and a PowerVR SGX531 graphics processor. The display is an interesting 5-inch LCD with a powerful resolution of 480x800 pixels. The rear camera is housed with an 8MP LED flash and the front is inserted with standard VGA for video chats. The handset operates on Google’s Android Jelly Bean v4.1 operating system and is powered by 2000 mAh battery. The connectivity options rolled out are Wi-Fi, 3G, Bluetooth and GPS.
In terms of performance, the mNote performed well to the level of budget dual-core phones. The phone is hence an interesting buy for those who crave for a budgeted phone with above average features.