Voto X2 is a $130 UMi X2! Now with WCDMA support

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Chinese manufacturer Voto have released the WCDMA version of the Voto X2, a $130 version of the flagship UMi X2 smartphone!

Voto are a large OEM manufacturer of phones here in China and one that many smaller brands rely on to product their phones. Last year UMi and Voto parted ways leaving the Voto factory with the rights to the UMi X2. It didn’t take long for the company to reinvent the phone as a mid-range Xiaomi Hongmi slayer costing just 798 Yuan!

The Voto X2 takes everything we loved about the UMi X2, the stylish design and good built quality, but has removed some of the more expensive components so the retail price can be significantly lower!

The 5-inch display is now a 720 HD model, the rear camera is an 8 mega-pixel sensor rather than the original 13 mega-pixel and the processor is the much newer quad-core MT6582 chipset (which we actually prefer over the MT6589T). Other highlights include 1GB RAM, 2 mega-pixel front camera, 4GB on internal storage, 2500mAh battery, and dual SIM support.

The Voto X2 is on sale through the officially Voto website in China, international customers will need to keep an eye on resellers to get stock.

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