Bangladeshi brand Walton has recently launched a new Smartphone N6 under its latest NEXG series. Walton NEXG N6 is a budget-friendly smartphone that packs a punch with its impressive features like a sleek design, large screen, powerful camera, standard battery, and attractive color options. However, can the latest NEXG series phone stack up against Walton’s popular Primo series phones? Is it worth the investment? Let’s find out the key specs, pros, cons, and price of the Walton NEXG N6.
Key Features of Walton NEXG N6
The Walton NEXG N6 smartphone boasts a sleek and modern design with its slim profile and curved edges. Its dimensions (164.2 mm high, 76 mm width, and 8.55 mm depth), make the device compatible for one-handed use. Weighing 188g (with battery), N6 appears easy to carry.
The phone comes in two attractive colors, Bluish Green and Sky Grey, giving users the option to choose the one that suits their style. The unique and eye-catching shades set N6 apart from other local smartphones in the market.
The inclusion of a type c port and a microphone adds to the convenience of the device, making it easier to charge, use for calls, and record audio. The volume rocker and power button are intuitively placed for easy access, allowing users to adjust the volume or power on/off the device without hassle. The sim card holder is easily accessible, making it simple to switch out SIM cards if needed.
The display of the Walton NEXG N6 smartphone is impressive, boasting a large 6.6-inch screen size that is perfect for streaming videos, browsing the web, and playing games. The V-Notch design provides an immersive viewing experience, allowing users to enjoy their content with minimal interruptions.
The display has a 720x1600 resolution. It’s certainly a downgrade from the competitor Walton Primo S8 Mini’s FHD resolution available at the same price range.
However, N6’s screen is blessed with a 90 Hz refresh rate, which we haven’t seen in the Primo S8 Mini. A high refresh rate makes animations and transitions appear smoother and more fluid, providing a more enjoyable user experience in NEXG N6.
The 180Hz touch sampling rate is another impressive feature of the display, allowing for quick and accurate touch response. This is particularly useful when playing games that require fast reflexes or using apps that require precise touch input.
The display uses IPS INCELL technology with 2.5D glass, which provides excellent color accuracy and contrast, ensuring that images and videos appear vibrant and realistic. The 2.5D glass also adds a premium look and feel to the device.
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Performance and Software
The Walton NEXG N6 phone is running on Android™ 12 operating system with an Octa-Core processor clocked at 1.6GHz, built on the 12nm FinFET process and using ARM Cortex-A75 architecture. However, Walton fans will miss the Qualcomm Snapdragon 665 chipset offered in the Primo S8 Mini.
The latest N6 is equipped with Mali-G57 MP1 GPU for graphics processing.
This smartphone comes with 8GB of RAM for smooth multitasking and 128GB of internal storage for storing data. Additionally, the expandable storage of up to 256GB offers even more space for users to store their data.