MyPhone’s myNX1 is The Most Affordable Notched Phone You Can Buy Right Now

by Duey Guison  December 26, 2018

It has a relatively large display

As a follow up to the MyX8, MyPhone launched its first notch-sporting phone with the myNX1. An Android Go device, the myNX1’s key feature is its notch-sporting 6.18-inch display—which is relatively large considering it has a sub-Php 4k price.

Other specs are pretty much what you expect for its price range: quad-core processor, 8GB internal storage, 1GB RAM, fingerprint scanner, and a 2950mAh battery.

 MyPhone myNX1 specs

  •       Spreadtrum SC7731E quad-core processor
  •       1GB RAM
  •       6.18-inch FWVGA+ IPS display, 19:9 Aspect Ratio
  •       8GB Internal Storage, expandable via MicroSD
  •       8-megapixel rear camera with AF, LED flash
  •       5-megapixel front camera
  •       Dual SIM
  •       3G
  •       WiFI, Bluetooth, GPS, A-GPS
  •       2950mAh battery
  •       Android Oreo 8.1 (Go Edition)

The myNX1 is priced at Php 3,999 and is available at MyPhone kiosks, multi-brand stores, and concept stores nationwide.

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    Specs-wise, bad buy.
    Notch? pass.
    6-inch screen with below HD resolution? good luck with that.
    No LTE? Deal-breakier considering phones within the price range already offer speeds faster than what 3G can offer.

    Seriously, is myPhone even trying to compete?

    Just add 1k (more or less), you could have the option of getting a redmi 5a or realme C1. Only “technologically” handicap people are the main demographics of these kinds of phones