With the Ulefone BeTouch 2 being the pick for the Ulefone range for people looking for a larger flagship, the Chinese phone maker has taken a look at filling the 5-inc void with the new Ulefone Paris phone.
Using knowledge which they learned from making the alloy chassis of the Be Touch 2, Ulefone have created a smaller, easier to carry 5-inch phone with rounded ally body to easily fit in the hand or the pocket.
The alloy chassis is complimented with a 2.5D curved glass display, and overall the design reminds us of the Vivo X5 Pro we reviewed earlier in the month. We also see that Ulefone have used a capacitive touch home button similar to the Nubia range rather than a fingerprint scanner on this phone, so we should expect a slightly lower retail price from the phone too.
Ulefone aim to release launch and pricing details before the end of the month.
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