It’s hard to keep track of all the flagships with the rate at which they’re coming of late, but thankfully I remember enough to tell that Ulefone’s Be Touch 2 is their newest flagship, while Blackview’s is the Alife P1 Pro.
There’s so much competition now, that Chinese OEMs aren’t just comparing their budget phones to the mighty iPhone, but also taking digs at fellow manufacturers. Blackview released a video recently, which takes this a step further.
In the video, a Blackview employee is shown pitting the Alife P1 Pro against the Be Touch 2. Obviously, the Alife P1 Pro is shown in good light (in the figure of speech sense).
The video compares the hardware exterior (which is surprisingly similar, to think of it), along with features including the fingerprint sensor (and the fact that the Be Touch 2 needs to be woken before attempting to have your fingerprint scanned), display, etc.
Ulefone’s Be Touch (review) impressed us with the great build, but the software was disappointing. Any Alife users here?