Ulefone release 4th OTA for Ulefone Paris


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Ulefone Paris owners check your notifications for an OTA update on your phone and you can expect at least one a month from now on.

Ulefone have announced that they are releasing another OTA update for the Ulefone Paris, The update, 20151130, is the 4th update for the phone since it launched and comes only 2 weeks after the previous release.

The update really bring a new UI look to the phone with over 70% of the pre-installed apps getting a new look icon. The update also sees the deletion of Ulefone’s own browser, which is a great move as Ubrowser was junk. More updates are set to come, with the company promising at least 1 update each month!

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7 Comments

  1. Muhammad Yasir
    December 1, 2015

    what about camera ota ?

    • Young
      December 2, 2015

      The camera of the phone is great already. I am happy that Ulefone doesn’t play with camera.

      • Hieu Nguyen
        December 2, 2015

        I feel slightly sorry for you that you think it’s a great camera..
        Many other users have complained about its poor performance especially indoors and in low light. Focus is very slow too. It only produces decent photos in very good lighting conditions.

        • Young
          December 2, 2015

          I also feel sorry for you that the phone I have touched have a good camera.

          Do you really know the cost of the phone?

          For buy Sony z5 if you want better camera.

          • Hieu Nguyen
            December 2, 2015

            Yes I do know the cost of the phone as I have purchased it, and have used it first hand so I know exactly how the camera performs.

            There are other phones in the same price bracket that perform better in the camera department.

      • Muhammad Yasir
        December 3, 2015

        u sure ? reviews here said otherwise …

  2. balcobomber25
    December 1, 2015

    It’s a good sign from a young company that is supporting it’s products. OTA’s are usually what separates the cheaper companies from the big names like Xiaomi.