Say hello to STK X2, the Galaxy S7 look-a-like which costs £250


While Samsung has released two of its biggest smartphones at MWC, there’s a brand which produces affordable smartphones that look just like the Galaxy devices. The STK X2 is an offering by a British brand and it looks like the Galaxy S7. Apart from the looks, the £250 price tag is an additional advantage of the device. 

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STK X2 – price and specs

The STK X2 is the most expensive device made by the brand till now. The phone sports a 5.7-inch HD display with a resolution of 720 x 1440p. The phone is nearly bezel-less with an 18:9 aspect ratio display and looks quite commendable for its price range. 

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Powering this budget device is the MediaTek octa-core processor with a 4GB of RAM and 64GB of native storage. Adding to these specs, the phone has a decent 3000mAh battery. Talking about the camera specs, the STK X2 comes with dual rear snappers with a combination of 16MP + 0.3MP sensors. The fingerprint sensor is also present on the back panel. However, there’s no NFC. 

The device runs Android 8.0 Oreo and hence, one can predict that all of Google’s latest OS updates will reach it on time. Along with that, you can reach the STK team and talk to them face-to-face anytime. The STK care app will be at your disposal and the company can be contacted on all days of the year. 

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