Real photos of the Ulefone Be Pure have been published showing what we can expect in the looks department, but does the design make up for the specification choices.
We had high hopes for the Ulefone Be Pure, which is essentially a mini version of the Be Pro and could quite easily been fitted with the same 64bit tech and 2GB RAM as the original to support LTE, sadly this isn’t so.
In their wisdom Ulefone have gone for an octacore MT6595M chipset, 1GB RAM, 8GB internal memory and 2000mAh battery for their 5-inch HD phone. Interestingly though the rear camera has been announced as a 13 mega-pixel sensor which would make it a feature high-light over the 8 mega-pixel offering on the Be Pro.
The Be Pure does look well designed and should also feature the same quality construction as the Be Pro, and the fact that Lollipop has been confirmed for later this year is an added bonus.
So far we don’t know how much Ulefone plan to sell the Be Pure for, but we have a feeling that it will have to be around the $90 mark for the device to really capture the attention away from low-cost MT6732 phones now entering the market. What are you opinions on the Ulefone Be Pure? How much would you pay for it?