Ulefone Tiger officialy revealed with metal body and 4200 mAh battery

The newest addition to the Ulefone family is here and the Ulefone Tiger model is officially listed at the company website starting today. So what should we expect of this wild animal ?


Well for starters it features a metal body using magnesium-aluminum alloy and brushing for pointing out the metallic looks. The rear camera cover has an interesting “CD” pattern cover and the whole back cover of the phone is removable so offers easy access to 2 SIM card and 1 microSD slots.


Front panel has a 5,5-inch screen with HD resolution and 2.5D Gorilla Glass 3. Quad-core MT6737 processor clocked at 1,3 GHz takes care of the performance helped by 2 GB RAM and 16 GB ROM, which is expandable up to 128 GB.

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Main camera of the Ulefone Tiger is a 8 Mpix shooter with Sony IMX219 sensor interpolated to 13 Mpix and the front selfie camera is five lens 5 Mpix Samsung SE5K2 sensor interpolated to 8 Mpix.

One of the main selling points will surely be the massive 4200 mAh battery capacity, which should allegedly hold up for 2 days of heavy usage or 550 hours in stand-by mode.


The phone is also equipped with a fingerprint scanner, AW8737 Smart PA audio chipset for the proper handling of the audio output and Android 6.0 Marshmallow as the OS. You can check out the following video to have some idea about the looks and functions.

Ulefone Tiger will be available in 3 color variants – Sky Black, Space Grey and Champagne Gold. So far we have no information about the real release date or exact pricing, but looking at the kind of budget specs it surely can’t be too high.

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  1. MattD
    October 10, 2016

    Wat? Metal REMOVABLE back? Ulefone can make it while samsung, apple and xiaomi can’t? I guess it’s some kind of lg v20 mock up, which is great: now we also have dual sim and separate microsd card slots, or so it seems… Too bad specs aren’t that great, but it’s still a decent entry lev… Hope to see something like that with better specs and a big, removable battery!

    • Yeti hand
      October 11, 2016

      hello matt I’m thinking about buying the honor note 8, what do you think about it?

      • MattD
        October 11, 2016

        I would like to help, but I can’t really say anything: I haven’t checked anything about note 8 so far, my brain tends to filtrate almost everything with a 2k screen by default ?
        Looking at mere specs and knowing how huawei works (me and my family have had a bunch of their phones) I could bet it’s a good phone. Maybe the battery could have been a little better, and (just my polite guess) maybe the camera won’t be the best because this year Huawei has worked mostly over the dual camera set up… Obviously I could be wrong, and I’m sure it’s a good camera nonetheless.

        Overall, if I were you, I’d wait for mate 9 to show up: it’s not that far away, it’ll have a large-ish screen, it’ll have the best of what huawei has to offer, and probably it will cause other phones’ price drop, so it would make note 8 an even better deal if you are not interested in the mate…

        • Yeti hand
          October 13, 2016

          Thanks 🙂