Ulefone join the list of manufactuers launching phones this month

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Ulefone are joining a very long list of Chinese manufacturers who are launching new devices this month. Here is what we know of Ulefone’s device so far.

Ulefone are to join the 3GB RAM ARMS race with a new phone that will launch at the end of this month. The company have been quiet on the specifics but it is widely believed phone will be the Ulefone Dare N1.

The Dare N1 was meant to make an appearance during MWC in Barcelona, but for whatever reason the phone didn’t turn up. The N1 looks similar in appearance to the Meizu MX4 from the rear (according to renders we have seen) and will include a fingerprint scanner, and dual LED flash. With 3GB RAM on tap it also makes sense that a 64bit processor will be a piece of the puzzle too.

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With Mlais, and Elephone also launching flagship Mediatek phones this month will Ulefone have much of a chance against the competition?

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  1. Owsley_66
    April 13, 2015

    If the quality of this new device matches that of Mlais & Elephone and the price is competitive, then, yes, they have a chance. But this is a very fast moving and highly competitive industry so they need to get this new phone right from the start.

  2. xteamchinax
    April 13, 2015

    I always wanted an iphone with android menu/back buttons. Seriously. I dig the iphone6 design, but i would much rather run android OS and its options. Go ulefone haha! “Oh no they didn’t!” #lolliphoneclone #ftw

  3. Yeti hand
    April 13, 2015

    GO MLAIS!! Kick some ass! Come on kick some ass

  4. Yoyo
    April 13, 2015

    Dual channel will do the trick. It can reach 45k on antutu, perhaps. But Ulefone has mislead us already…

  5. Steven Fox
    April 15, 2015

    Dual Channel memory isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. Barely any performance difference. A higher clocked single piece of RAM on a single channel is much more stable and compatible. Better choice for SoC in general.