Niche budget maker Kogan, which has a knack of making the cheapest Android tablets out there, has moved into the phone market with its Kogan Agora Smartphone. It’s a 5″ model with a 1GHz dual-core chipset, which the maker is currently accepting orders for at a ludicrously cheap price of £119.
Obviously there are a few compromises. There’s only 4GB of internal storage space, 512MB of RAM and the 5″ display won’t look great running at 480 x 800 resolution, but there’s a 5MP camera with LED flash onboard, SD card slot, 0.3MP front facing chat camera, decent 2,000mAh battery, TWO SIM card slots and…
… it looks pretty nice too, in a Galaxy S II kind of way. Kogan’s taking orders for the thing right now over on its web site, with deliveries set to begin from February 14th. Should be a good performer for that kind of money.
Having gone through the checkout process FOR A LAUGH it turns out there’s an £11 delivery fee and it ships from Hong Kong, so there may be import duties to worry about when it arrives. Just so you know.