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Maze Alpha with 6 GB RAM now available for purchase

Maze Alpha variants late August 2017, Maze Alpha with 6 GB RAM now available
Maze Alpha variants
This 6-inch phablet with more memory than before is now available for US$209.99 exclusively on GearBest. Its buyers get a chance to win a 4 GB Alpha, the older Maze Blade smartphone, or a protective case for the Alpha.

Maze Mobile is now taking orders for the 6 GB Alpha phablet just as promised. The first flash sale will end in about 8 days, while shipments are expected to begin on September 17. To sweeten the deal even more, this Chinese brand is also holding an international "Buy One Get One Free" giveaway that we will get to a bit later.

This massive phablet has arrived on the market earlier this summer so its specs should be well-known by now. Powered by a MediaTek Helio P25, the Maze Alpha has a 6-inch full HD display protected using Corning Gorilla Glass 4, 64 GB internal storage, microSD support, 5 MP front and 13 MP + 5 MP cameras on the back, the usual connectivity features in this price range (NFC is not present in the list, unfortunately), as well as a 4,000 mAh battery. Although it comes with Android 7.0 Nougat on board, Android O is expected to arrive as an update later this year.

In addition to the phone, USB cable, SIM needle and power adapter, the Maze Alpha's retail package also includes a tempered glass screen protector. A case has not been included, but those who purchase this phablet can enter the Maze Alpha giveaway that runs until September 10 and gives them the chance to win a 4 GB Maze Alpha, a Maze Blade, or one of the ten protective cases for the Alpha.

GearBest's current prices for the Alpha are US$209.99 (6 GB variant) and US$182.99 (4 GB variant). If this handset looks like a good deal, it might also be useful to know that its current rating on GearBest is 4.7 out of 5, after 61 customer reviews.


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Codrut Nistor, 2017-08-29 (Update: 2024-05-28)