A smartphone that in design refers to the masterpieces of the impressionist painter Monet: this is the distinctive feature of Neffos A5, the new device recently presented by TP-Link which is added to the existing range of phones (by the way: Macitynet already has reviewed a couple in the past, specifically the C5 and C7 models).
As we said, for this new smartphone the company has drawn directly from the world of art and in particular from Monet's works: in fact there are three variants available, Monet Color, Emerald Green and Dark Gray, the first two characterized by elegant shells with blue pink shades, purple, and emerald green, typical of the works of the French artist, designed for those who love to stand out. The third one is more classic, designed for those who prefer a simpler and minimalist style.
The Neffos A5's performance is the second strong point. This Dual SIM smartphone is equipped with the Android 9 Pie (Go Edition) operating system, which promises high performance. Other technical features include the presence of a 16 GB storage capacity (expandable up to 128 GB via microSD) and a 3,050 mAh battery, alongside a Full View display 5.99 inches HD + with an aspect ratio of 18: 9.
Neffos A5 also integrates unlocking technology with Face Unlock, which through artificial intelligence scans the user's face by detecting over 106 key points with the aim of promising precision and security at the same time. This is a function not to be underestimated, especially in a period in which the danger of theft of personal data on the agenda.
For the moment, nothing else has been announced, except that it will be possible to buy it (presumably also on Amazon) starting from March 1 at a price of 69.99 euros.