Cast your mind back to the start of this year and you may remember the original Ulefone Be Pro. Well the phone is making a comeback and will get a new chipset and Android 5.1.
It’s common for Chinese phone makers to recycle their older models with a refreshed set of specifications and this is exactly what we are seeing with the new Ulefone Be Pro 2.
The original Be Pro launched with a 5.5-inch HD display, 2GB RAM, Android 4.4 Kitkat and MT6732 chipset at the start of this year, the new update will see the same design and build but an updated chipset and Android 5.1 loaded as standard.
At this time we don’t know which chipset Ulefone plan to use, but we guess it will be the Mediatek MT6735, a quad-core processor with 64bit architecture. We also don’t know what the price will be, but Ulefone say that they are aiming for a RRP of less than the Be Pro’s original $169.99 cost.