The STK X2 is a low cost smartphone from the budget British manufacturer, offering a solid line up of specs and eye catching design.
At £250, the STK X2 is the firm’s most expensive device its ever made, and features a 5.7-inch HD (1440 x 720) display with an 18:9 aspect ratio that’s popular with the current crop of flagship phones.
Take a glance at the back of the phone, and the gentling sloping sides of the handset are reminiscent of the finish we saw on the Galaxy S7 – although the materials won’t be quite as premium.
Under the hood you’ll find an octacore MediaTek chipset, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of internal storage, Android 8 Oreo and a 3000mAh battery.
There isn’t any NFC (so Android Pay is out of the question), but you do get a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner and two rear facing cameras – the main snapper is 16MP while the secondary 0.3MP lens is there to capture depth information.
Pure Android and 24/7 support
STK hasn’t messed around with Google’s operating system, offering a pure version of the latest version – Android 8 Oreo.
This means the company should be able to turn round software updates quickly, ensuring the phone doesn’t fall behind the latest security patches and features.
This article was sourced fromTechRadar