The Kingzone N3 Plus is a 64 bit update from last 2013, the new Chipset allows built in 4G LTE Support, such frequencies FDD-LTE which is widely accepted internationally and would work mostly in most international carriers. In addition to better connectivity, the new chipset also boost the performance of the handset, with benchmark scores above 32000 points on Antutu, placing it on the high midrange market. Also, the built in 2GB RAM and 16GB storage (expandable via Micro SD) is more than enough to meet most demands. The handset also runs the latest Android 4.4 Kitkat with OTA (Over the Air) firmware update support for Android 5.0 Lollipop.
The built in Fingerprint ID Scanner is another prominent feature of the handset, also present on the 32 bit version, the feature boost security by adding APPLICATION Blocking and personalized or Individualized password protection. This technology is similar to other phones.
Even though the N3 Plus is a budget device, it features a high quality 720p High Definition JDI type display, with high pixel count. This accounts for a more vivid and high production images. At the back is also a above average 13 megapixel SONY Stacked camera, it also comes with f/2.0 large aperture lens, sapphire layered lenses, improved low light performance and 1080p video recording. Also built in is beautification mode which gives basic editing of Photos. In front is also a 8.0 mp camera with also layered with Sapphire lenses and Anti Glare Protection.
An above average budget device…, although it faces stiff competition from other similar devices such as the Elephone P3000 etc… The N3 Plus is still a worthy update. Even though the only changes made was on the new chipset, the low budget price, fingerprint sensor, 4G LTE support, decent camera and ultra slim form factor make it still a strong contender. The strong security feature makes appealing for those who want better privacy and protection of their information.