Ulefone Be Touch, brings up uTouch Fingerprint security


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Ulefone have announced their the Be Touch will implement their new “uTouch” fingerprint technology. Keep reading for more details.

Over past weeks details have emerged regarding the Ulefone Be Touch, the new Ulefone flagship. Carrying specifications of respect and distinctive design, the Be Touch is the big bet for Ulefone to compete with devices already consolidated in the segment, see the Jiayu s3, Elephone P7000, Mlais M7, ECOO Aurora.

To attract consumers and differentiate themselves from the competition, the company  implemented a new “uTouch” Fingerprint Sensor. Fingerprint technology was actually meant to be on the Ulefone Be Pro, but early in development the develeopment of the phone the company realised a better solution to swipe technology was needed and decided to focus on a new phone with “uTouch” instead.

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The Fingerprint Implementation on the Home Button, called uTouch, activates with a press (like the iPhone) and supports 360° full angle unlock, with a 0.5s speed of response. Ulefone Be Touch also will count with a very stock Android system, to ensure the security of fingerprint recognition in software and hardware optimizations.

Nevertheless, although the sensor has great settings. The final advantage that the sensor can offer should be given the way the system will work with it. After all though useful, we expect more than the simple possibility to unlock the screen with the sensor.

Luckily, Official sources indicate the Sensor aside the system will also offer the possibility to lock Applications, what make the things more interesting, Ulefone also says that the development and update of the Android will bring a wider range of applications and major support and future development for the Fingerprint feature.

The Ulefone Be Touch packs an attractive range of specifications, counting with the 1.7Ghz MT6752 Octa-Core with 3GB of Ram and 16GB of Storage and the uTouch feature. The phone can be already found on some resellers with the price of $219.

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12 Comments

  1. balcobomber25
    May 6, 2015

    Most of the fingerprint sensors I have used are more gimmick than actual useful, takes less time to just enter a password on some then it takes to capture a fingerprint. It’s a neat feature but it’s not for me.

    • wackenroader
      May 6, 2015

      I like the ability to scroll pages and take pictures on the fingerprint sensor of the kingzone Z1 , is very useful when I’m going to work in a crowded bus.

    • Jeep ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ
      May 6, 2015

      I must say that I use the fingerprint scanner on my Ecoo E04 to unlock my device and I really really like it. I tried customs ROM’s on the phone but they don’t support the scanner and that’s when I realized how much I liked it. It’s faster than entering your pin or password and nobody can look over your shoulder and see you typing it.

      Although I am still wondering whether a scanner on the rear of a device would be convenient. Some phones have that and I still cannot image it to be handy.

  2. xteamchinax
    May 6, 2015

    Love the uTouch ID and its possibilities…
    TOO BAD the WEAK screen resolution + WEAK battery!
    #almostflagship

  3. balcobomber25
    May 6, 2015

    Most of the fingerprint sensors I have used are more gimmick than actual useful, takes less time to just enter a password on some then it takes to capture a fingerprint. It’s a neat feature but it’s not for me.

    • wackenroader
      May 6, 2015

      I like the ability to scroll pages and take pictures on the fingerprint sensor of the kingzone Z1 , is very useful when I’m going to work in a crowded bus.

    • Jeep ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ
      May 6, 2015

      I must say that I use the fingerprint scanner on my Ecoo E04 to unlock my device and I really really like it. I tried customs ROM’s on the phone but they don’t support the scanner and that’s when I realized how much I liked it. It’s faster than entering your pin or password and nobody can look over your shoulder and see you typing it.

      Although I am still wondering whether a scanner on the rear of a device would be convenient. Some phones have that and I still cannot image it to be handy.

  4. Ulti
    May 6, 2015

    I’m surprised noone has mentioned that this is such a clone of the iPhone that it’s not even funny. Maybe I missed the original topic.

    Staying on topic though, I bought my mum and dad an iPhone 5S and iPhone 6 for their birthdays and I’m quite liking how fast the fingerprint sensor works. However, once I put on a screen protector it feels a bit weird using the fingerprint sensor, especially the glass ones that are around 2-3mm thick. There’s not really a way of getting around that though unfortunately.

    Personally I’m happy with the 4 digit passcode but if given a fingerprint sensor I would use it.

  5. xteamchinax
    May 6, 2015

    Love the uTouch ID and its possibilities…
    TOO BAD the WEAK screen resolution + WEAK battery!
    #almostflagship

  6. Ulti
    May 6, 2015

    I’m surprised noone has mentioned that this is such a clone of the iPhone that it’s not even funny. Maybe I missed the original topic.

    Staying on topic though, I bought my mum and dad an iPhone 5S and iPhone 6 for their birthdays and I’m quite liking how fast the fingerprint sensor works. However, once I put on a screen protector it feels a bit weird using the fingerprint sensor, especially the glass ones that are around 2-3mm thick. There’s not really a way of getting around that though unfortunately.

    Personally I’m happy with the 4 digit passcode but if given a fingerprint sensor I would use it.

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