Underneath that back veneer is some white wood...even my prized Brazilian rosewood Aria...is...three ply
I can't say much...most likely Gakki or Nagoya...those the are the big two makers. For what it's worth many of these cheap japanese guitars sound good.
Did you reach in the soundhole and feel the braces? If they are square rectangular braces without any shaving, then you've got lower on the pedigree.
If they are scalopped or shaven down in anyway it would be a more midrange model.
My low end Aria that I just acquired is giving me great sound and I have to scratch my head why so many mass produced guitars today have to cost so much and sound so bad.
Have fun with it. Now here's another kicker...some of these lower end Japanese guitars have laminated spruce tops, that are seeming solid...you really have to squint and look to see the ply's of wood. The attention to detail on the lower end instruments boggles my mind.