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Bmorn W4301: An Intel SoFIA 4″ Android 4.4 Phone For $34

Bmorn is regarded as a famous company in China that manufacturers a large range of phones, tablets and other electronic products for consumers and distrubutors worldwide. They claim to be an authorised and qualified manufacturer for over 10 famous brands in Europe, Japan and the USA. A lot of their products are manufactured for other companies and sold under different names around the world.

Recently Bmorn has announced a new phone called the Bmorn W4301 that only costs $34 US in a bulk order of 100pcs. Unfortunately the Bmorn W4391 has not appeared on Alibaba or Aliexpress yet, so people need to contact the manufacturer directly for a sample.

The Bmorn W4301 is powered by the budget Intel dual core SoFIA 3G processor and the ARM based Mali-400 GPU. It is currently running Android 4.4 Kitkat, but is expected to be updated to Android 5.1 Lollipop very soon. The phone also features a 4″ 800×480 display, 512MB of RAM, 4GB of internal storage and a battery life up to 4 hours. Bmorn have said that the RAM and internal storage can be upgraded if required.


OS: Android 4.4 (Android 5.1 later)
Screen: 4″ 800×400 TN Display
CPU: Intel SoFIA 3G (X3-C3130)
RAM: 512MB/1GB
Storage: 4GB/8GB
Camera: 2MP Back, 0.3MP Front
Connectivity: WCDMA 3G, GPS, WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0
Housing: Plastic

While the Bmorn W4301 may have low specifications, it is intended to be sold to distributors in bulk as a budget phone and would make a great addition to the Android One program by Google. The Android One program provides budget smartphones for people buying their first phone in the developing world. These devices often have low specifications, while providing the latest version of Android by Google with almost no modifications and bloatware. A lot of these phones have been sold in countries such as Africa and India where people are more disadvantaged and cannot afford the necessities we take for granted.

You can check out the video showcasing the phone by here: