Ulefone will present some new models at AsiaWorld Expo


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Just like most of the asian tech companies Ulefone can’t miss the big event of the Fall and will attend the AsiaWorld Expo in HongKong. So if you are in town October 18th till October 21st then it would be surely a good idea to stop by at their booth and check out their products in person.

And seems like there will be quite something to see. Ulefone just officially informed us that they are planning to showcase their new dual-camera phone there and the specs are going to be unveiled during the presentation. Alongside that they will reveal a new rugged tough handset and of course the new Ulefone Tiger with its big battery and brushed metal body won’t be missing too, but we should see the specs for that released online beforehand.

The Ulefone company takes the exhibition presentation seriously, because since the last year thanks to exploring the possibilities of the local distribution network, about 40 % of their sales are now coming from the offline sources.

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24 Comments

  1. MattD
    October 7, 2016

    Until the official specs are revealed, I’ll keep dreaming of a 6050+mah battery dual camera phone lol
    However, hopefully there’ll be more info about oukitel k6000 premium during this expo: if not, the phone is officially cancelled.

    Back on topic, the b&w + color sensors *could* actually help to improve smaller brands’ camera game, which is often extremely underwhelming… Right now this technology isn’t really something capable of bringing top tier performance “just because it has 2 sensors”, but could definitely help to have a decent experience if done right-ish.

    • October 8, 2016

      None of those companies have the software and tech engineers to pull-off a good dual-camera design(would be just a gimmick)
      Much rather they put better lenses and software optimizations and also provide a full manual mode for customers, rather then impressing with gimmicks only.

      • Muhammad Yasir
        October 8, 2016

        “None of those companies have the software and tech engineers to pull-off a good dual-camera design”

        then which DAMN company has those RAPSCALLIONS ?!

        im yet to see a good dual cam phone !

        and isn’t software optimizations ALSo done by s/w and tech ENGG ?!

        • October 8, 2016

          It`s very complicated, and Huawei were the first to properly pull it off with the Honor 6+(my GF`s phone), which still takes amazing photos, especially after they improved the algo with EMUI 4.0!

          • Muhammad Yasir
            October 8, 2016

            damn … i bet this one’s gonna be a drawn out matter

            taking some time before they actually start producing decent performance in dual cams.

            • October 9, 2016

              Get a Honor 6+ second hand, it`s a truly amazing phone to have, or if you can find the Honor 7(my daily driver). Still can`t beat those cameras, asbolutely incredible, and good battery life as well.

      • MattD
        October 8, 2016

        We just don’t know that! You’re giving for granted that no one is able to pull a decent sw for a dual camera set up, but it’s basically mediatek the one providing the sw, and we cannot say it’s a bad thing per se: actually the main problem with mediatek cameras is that their codes are basically jeally bean with some add here and there from new android releases… But they have to write and add the sw for a dual camera on their own, and we don’t know yet how that’ll be!

        Surely the second sensor in a set up like redmi pro is just a gimmick (always said that), but the b&w + colour sensor could be of some little help instead… And obviously producers have to improve the hardware side of things with decent lenses and the likes, but that’s something I was taking for granted when I was talking about a “decent experience”, and that’s also a natural development of the market itself

        • October 8, 2016

          It`s not just MTK that`s supplying the software, for both sensors to actually work properly together on a photo you need to have allot of custom software involved(by the cameras manufacturer)
          Huawei have spent year and tens of millions researching and later spent more by partnering with Leica just for the Monochrome sensor!
          So, I believe Ulefone doesn`t have 10s of millions to properly produce a dual sensor.
          Even Redmi Pro’s sensor is kinda of a dud as it only works for Macros, as well as the LeEco cool1, while Huawei’s cameras both work on a single photo.

          • MattD
            October 8, 2016

            Actually, cool1 has the same type of technology used by huawei with the monochrome sensor… I think, on a basic level, the process is similar to interpolation… Huawei spent money to elaborate algorithms and fix the ips, but if the technology is so extremely innovative I don’t get how coolpad could have used something similar in a couple of months

            • October 9, 2016

              Nope, I reviewed the cool1, absolutely nothing like the P9.
              In ordinary shots it even uses just one of the sensors, only time both are active(and both are regular sensors, no monochrome or anything) is in the SLR mode which is great, but still has few bugs to iron out.

            • MattD
              October 10, 2016

              Do you have any evidence about this or it’s just your personal thoughts and experience? To be clear: I’m not attacking you or anything, I’d just like to know, because everywhere the phone is advertised to work similarly to p9 with a b&w sensor.

              BTW I’ve subscribed to your channel, I liked your review

            • October 11, 2016

              Yes, but at least for the time being it`s not. And the SLR options still has bugs to iron out, and the support for the phone is a bit strange, since you can only update via flashing(with a PC)

  2. Gaspar
    October 9, 2016

    They must focus more on the power of the software, because we are filled of resistant hardware yet.

  3. Girolamo
    October 9, 2016

    I’m so curious to see Ulefone tiger, I heard many rumors about it!

  4. MitsosDaBest
    October 9, 2016

    More bad phones are coming. Stay tuned. =D

  5. Giovanni
    October 9, 2016

    Paris & Power, the best from the past. Now we’ll see the future what will give us!

    • Homer S.
      October 9, 2016

      Totally agree, those two phones look beautiful and have really nice specifications

  6. YasBoi
    October 9, 2016

    Can’t wait to see more models from this company, people were really pleased with their recent releases

  7. Ethan
    October 9, 2016

    Intrigued what else they are going to announce, it looks good so far

  8. Darius T.
    October 9, 2016

    I love their stand design thing. Really wanna hear more about the upcoming models

  9. TheJenny
    October 9, 2016

    I want to see what they’ve got up their sleeves, i am sure they are gonna release some awesome new phone!

  10. Massimo G
    October 10, 2016

    Ulefone, like many others, need to push on quality.. i have had Power and afer 5 months screen detached from glass… some others like Paris suffers of white areas on the display… so need to push on better quality check and material!

  11. Alfred
    October 10, 2016

    I hope that whatever they release, they learn how to get rid of those hateful white spots on the screen that appear after a while.

  12. Dany
    October 10, 2016

    Ulefone tiger don’t like me, I hope that new model will be something of big!