M-Horse N9000
M-Horse N9000 with impressive specs is now selling for only $61 on Gear Best. Gear Best

M-Horse N9000 is a smartphone that comes with a huge display and a price tag of $61.99.

M-Horse is one of the many Shenzhen, China-based smartphone companies that have manufactured several smartphones in the past. The M-Horse N9000 is its newest iteration; it's likely to attract entry-level smartphone buyers and customers who wish to use a secondary smartphone.

With a pricing $61.99 on Gear Best, the M-Horse is an unlocked phablet device that is fitted with a large display of 5.5 inches. The capacitive touchscreen offers a display resolution of 854 x 480 pixels.

The device is powered by MediaTek MT6582 chipset that includes a quad-core processor along with Mali-400 MP graphics. The processor is capable of churning out a clocking speed of 1.3 GHz. Since it is an entry-level smartphone, it features only 512 MB of RAM.

M-Horse is offering a native storage space of 4 GB on the device. The external storage slot can read up to 8 GB of microSD card. The device is shipped preloaded with Android 4.4 KitKat OS. Since the handset is available for worldwide purchase, it supports wide range of languages including English, Spanish, Hebrew, Greek, Russian, Dutch, Czech, Vietnamese, Korean, Chinese.

The camera that can be found on the rear side of the device is of 2 MP; the one on the front is of 0.3 MP. Both the cameras are interpolated to 5 MP. The rear camera is enabled with LED flash.

The unlocked M-Horse N9000 is a dual-SIM handset that supports standard and micros SIM cards. For connectivity, the handset comes with features like 3G, Wi-Fi, v2.0 Bluetooth, and GPS. It does not support 4G LTE connectivity.

The M-Horse N9000 measures 6.29 x 3.54 x 2.36 inches and it weights 178 grams. The appearance of the device is like the Samsung Galaxy Note 3. It is packed with a huge battery of 2,800 mAh capacity. Before purchasing the device from Gear Best, users should check whether the handset is compatible with network of the country in which it will be used.

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