The newest Wiko Voix is here, and if you don’t know what that is, don’t worry, you’re probably not alone. Founded in 2011 in Marseille, France, the Wiko brand (Sneaky) first tried to break into the uber-competitive US smartphone market in 2019. The incredibly cheap Boost Mobile-exclusive model called the Ride.
The rest of the 6.5-inch spec sheet isn’t great either (to say the least), which includes such outdated or simply disappointing features as the 3GB RAM count, paired with 32 gigs of internal storage space, A very modest-looking camera system made up of dual rear-facing 13 and 2MP sensors, a 5MP selfie shooter, and a massive HD+ (1600 x 720 pixels) resolution for that fairly large screen.
Its key redeeming feature is the 3,400mAh battery under the distinctive looking hood of the Vico Voix, which promises endurance of up to 29 hours of uninterrupted talk time between charges, aided by a low-res display and an undoubtedly thrifty quad-core processor.
If you’re feeling anxious about buying a new phone manufactured by a Chinese company on grounds of data privacy, you might also be happy to know that Wiko Voix technically comes from Tinno USA, which is a member of the aforementioned ODM. North America-focused subsidiary. Again, T-Mobile currently sells many devices from more well-known and well-known brands like Motorola, Samsung, and even TCL for less than Rs 200 a pop, making Voix a recommendation to buy instead. becomes quite difficult. Maybe when it drops to $0 with what is essentially a new line of service.