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Wiko Ufeel Go is all about going further

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Wiko Mobile Malaysia adds another family member to its expansive Ufeel range – Ufeel Go. Designed to go further with a massive battery, Ufeel Go also showcases Wiko’s signature sleek metal design with sophisticated colours.

Wiko has made its mark with fun, trendy mobile products that offer great value. The French smartphone maker is currently the Top 5 smartphone player in France, and has made inroads in emerging markets thanks to aggressive pricing and value-for-money products.

The latest Ufeel Go sports an ultra-premium sleek metal design and even boasts a fingerprint scanner. With the fingerprint scanner, you can register up to five different fingerprints for different purposes – unlocking phone, firing up applications, access encrypted files and etc.

The heart of the Ufeel Go is a massive 4,000mAh battery that will deliver more than a full day’s worth of juice. Under the hood, there’s a quad-core CPU coupled with 2GB RAM and dual-SIM 4G LTE. It comes with 16GB of onboard storage, upgradable a further 64GB via microSD.

Next, there’s a 5-inch HD IPS, on-cell display with 2.5D glass. It’s equipped with a 13MP main shooter and 5MP selfie camera with selfie flash.

The Wiko Ufeel Go runs Android 6.0 Marshmallow, with the latest Wiko UI.

Pricing and availability

The Wiko Ufeel Go retails for MYR599 and is available today at all authorized Wiko Mobile resellers nationwide.

Check out more Wiko-related stories here: vernonchan.com/tag/wiko/

For more info, head over to my-en.wikomobile.com or visit Wiko’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/WikoMalaysia.

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By Vernon

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