Kogan releases Agora Go smartphone with AI onboard for less than $100
Kogan has always provided good value with its products and it has done it again with the release of the new Agora Go smartphone which has a range of features but it’s still priced under $100.
The device has a 5.45-inch 18:9 HD+ display with 720 x 1440 resolution and is powered while quad core processor and running the Android Pie Go operating system.
Despite its low price tag, the Agora Go has artificial intelligence built in to adapt to the way you use the device and Google Assistant is there to help you as well.
On the rear panel is a fingerprint scanner and a five megapixel camera. On the front you’ll find a 2-megapixel selfie camera.
The Agora Go is a 4G dual SIM device with two nano SIM slots or you can fit a microSD card to increase the onboard 16GB memory capacity.
The device is 14.4cm long, 7cm wide and 9.2mm thick and tips the scales at just 150g.
Under the hood is a 2,900mAh battery.
“Gone are the days where a mobile phone serves one purpose — in 2019 we’re using our devices to stream videos, read books and play games, meaning Aussies need a phone that is functional, easy to use and won’t die in the first hour,” said Sergiy Bobrovnychyy, Director of Exclusive Brands at Kogan.com.
“Big features don’t have to mean big price tag, we’ve crafted the Agora Go to deliver all the functions you need in a phone without the $2000 price tag — it only has to cost you the price of your next grocery bill.”
The Kogan Agora Go is priced at $99.99 and is available now from Kogan.com.
KOGAN AGORA GO SPECS:
– Sleek 5.45” 18:9 HD+ display
– 5MP Camera
– Fingerprint scanner – unlock and login securely
– Google Assistant Go built-in
– Android 9 Pie Go and Quad-Core processor
– Long-lasting 2900mAh battery
– Supports Micro SD card up to 128GB