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Gome Fenmmy Note With Triple Bio-Identification at $99.99 [Coupon]

Not only Xiaomi and Lenovo can design cheap but good smartphone. A few months ago, Gome Mobile officially released a dynamic voiceprint recognition smartphone dubbed as the Gome Fenmmy Note. This handset is currently offered at $99.99 after applying the coupon (code: GBPOIM). Yes, the price is too low, but it’s a great phone. That’s why this budget-friendly smartphone’s first butch was completely sold out.

Gome Fenmmy Note

The Gome Fenmmy Note sports a 5.99-inch screen with an 18:9 aspect ratio and an 83.4% screen ratio. Under the hood, the phone carries a MediaTek Helio P23 octa-core processor coupled with 2/3/4GB RAM, 16/32/64GB storage, and a 3500mAh battery. The latter is capable of providing a long life due to the AI power saving optimization. The chip is based on the TSMC 16nm process. It adopts Cortex A53 architecture and eight core designs. The main frequency of CPU reaches 2.3GHz, and the GPU is Mali-G71 MP2 770MHz. Compared with Qualcomm SD 625, the SoC has some advantages in performance.

On the back, it carries a 12+5MP AI camera, while the front shooter uses a 5MP lens. The main camera comes with an AI portrait mode, night mode, PDAF, and EIS. The selfie camera supports AI Beauty.

Gome Fenmmy Note

The Gome Fenmmy Note runs on an overhauled system of GOMEOS3.0 based on Android 8.1. This system comes with over 60 improvements in comparison to the second version. They mainly refer to the full-screen operations.

Well, what’s the biggest highlight of this handset? The Gome Fenmmy Note supports triple biological identification options, including fingerprint identification, face recognition, and dynamic voice pattern recognition.

As you see, our protagonist is the cheapest phone coming with a full-screen, AI camera, AI system, and other amazing features. Previously, this brand launched a few outstanding models. So we shouldn’t doubt its build quality and provided performance.

Coupon Code: GBPOIM

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