AM402 PRONTO

The Best Smartphone for Work & Play

HSDPA 21Mbps 3G Smartphone
Quad core 1.2GHz processor
4.0-inch WVGA display
Rear 5MP camera, front VGA camera

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AM527 GEO

Quad Band LTE Smartphone
Unlocked and ready to use on your network
Quad Core 1.3GHz processor
Featuring stock Android 5.1 Lollipop 
5.0” HD touchscreen display

 

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AM415

QUAD-CORE 
8MP CAM
ROM 8GB/RAM 1GB
4"

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AM508

QUAD CORE 
8MP CAM
ROM 8GB/RAM 512MB
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AM523

QUAD CORE 
8MP CAM
ROM 8GB/RAM 512MB
5" QHD

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AM527

QUAD CORE 
13MP CAM

ROM 8GB/RAM 1GB
5" HD

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AMGOO Honduras Case Study

How AMGOO Opened new markets

Like every other brand, entering a new region or market dominated with large brands is no easy
task. In spite of the odds, we successfully rolled out our business model and swept up over 50% of the Honduran mobile market.

Want to gain a deeper insight into how we made a difference and what it took to capture the hearts of Hondurans? Have a look at this insider’s view on AMGOO’s success.

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AMGOO - Ideas made mobile

AMGOO Latest News

The list of books and experts throwing around advice on what you should and shouldn't do when designing your mobile store is almost endless. Although this can be very helpful don’t allow it to be the influencing factor when making your design considerations.

AMGOO Podcast 9 - Exploring Android 5.0 Features And Benefits

Welcome to episode 9 of the AMGOO podcast where we're exploring Android 5.0 features and benefits for users of unlocked Android smartphones and devices. 

In this podcast Adrian will talk you through several of the newest version of Android's key features, and also let you know what the updated Android 5.1 offers to users too.

You'll learn about:

  • Its design
  • Security features
  • Enhanced battery saving ability
  • ...and more

Ready to see if Android 5.0, otherwise known as 'Lollipop,' is for you? Keep reading to get to the podcast episode...

For those mobile users that love Whatsapp, we have some bad news, according to their office blog https://blog.whatsapp.com/  , starting from 2017 all BlackBerry phones, Symbian and few of Windows and Android will stop supporting this app,.