The UHANS A101 Is A Tribute To Nokia

UHANS already have a number of smartphones available for consumers looking for an affordable handset with the U100, U200, S1 and Balance, all currently available. Now, the latest UHANS smartphone has become available and this the A101. As well as this being an affordable smartphone, the A101 also happens to be a sort of tribute smartphone to the Nokia way of doing things.

Nokia is one of the most iconic smartphone brands around. So much so that the rumors surrounding Nokia still attract massive news coverage. Of course, this level of attention and general interest is due to what was once a complete Nokia market dominance. Impressive sales which were the result of extremely well-built and well-designed phones. A motif HANS is looking to emulate with the A101. As this is a smartphone which continues some of the characteristics attributed to Nokia. For instance, the A101 is a highly-durable smartphone. It is built to be rugged and built to ensure the owner never has to worry about the phone getting damaged or breaking. Likewise, the A101 adopts some of those traits which many manufacturers have now turned away from, like removable and replaceable batteries. As well as not having to worry too much about breaking the smartphone, this is also one you do not have to worry about spending too much on the smartphone, as the UHANS A101 is a smartphone which is designed to be attractively affordable.

The design of the UHLANS A101 is said to take inspiration from the likes of Antoni Gaudi and builds on traits made famous by some of Gaudi's work. In particular, the emphasis on making use of rounded edges. This is one those aspects which has been consciously included with the design of the UHLANS A101 so that the smartphone does not contain any sharp lines or angles. It is simply made up of six ovals which when brought together emulate the emphasis of being a piece of art. An emphasis which places a design focus on being ‘gentle’ rather than ‘cold’. Finishing of the design, the A101 makes use of a rubber coated finish which offers a more premium look and feel than you are likely to get from a similarly-priced handset from another manufacturer, This is achieved by the A101 offering consumers more of a leather-like feel, then one of metal and glass. In terms of color, most smartphones do seem to opt for black as their default color nowadays. In contrast, UHANS has focused on establishing their own default color with this handset, one which the company refers to as ‘Midnight Navy’ and which seems to be based on a slate grey color. This navy color is thought to be another nod to Nokia and its iconic navy and grey phone colors. Although a lighter Cloud Dancer’ colored model is also available for those who want one.

In terms of the hard numbers, the UHANS A101 is a smartphone which comes equipped with a 5-inch display which makes use of 2.5D glass and a 1280 x 720 resolution. Inside, the UHANS A101 comes packing 1GB RAM, 8GB internal storage and is powered by a 64-bit MediaTek (MT6737) quad-core processor. Additional features on offer include a 5-megapixel camera, a 2450 mAh battery, 4G support (FDD-LTE Band 1/3/7/8/20) and Android 6.0 (Marshmallow). Of course, the big selling point is here is just how affordable this smartphone is. The UHANS A101 is now available to buy and will only cost you $59.99. You can find out more or order a UHANS A101 by heading through the link below.

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