Since dual rear cameras are the in thing this season, Ulefone are doing it too. While it might be a little difficult for brands with lesser resources to deliver Huawei P9-like quality, it’s heartening to see them giving it a shot.
There’s no model name associated to this phone yet, so let’s just call it the dual-rear camera Ulefone. We first heard about it a few weeks back, and Ulefone seem to have put in some work on the phone since then. Hence, we have some real pictures of the device. Have a look right below.
Dual Rear Camera Ulefone: Photos
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It’s a very nice looking phone for now, but unfortunately that’s all we know for now. Ulefone are all set to demo the phone at Global Sources Exhibition in Hong Kong tomorrow (i.e., 18th Oct), after which we can hopefully expect some more info.
For now, we’re hoping the dual-rear camera hardware is backed by some tight software — which is the crux of a well-performing dual-rear camera phone. Stay tuned to GizChina if you fancy a budget dual rear camera phone, which this Ulefone is expected to be.
In related news, we’re all set to get our hands on the Redmi Pro tomorrow!
It looks good indeed, I like that classical design without protruding camera. The look and the fact that I’m sure it’ll have a home button (be touch 4?) reminds me of latest umi phones, which makes me a little worrying about specs… Hoping in a big chunky battery and an helio x20, but that probably won’t be the case: helio p10 + ~2900mah battery are very likely… Sadly…
i doubt the battery will be that small but i do like its design i like this colour in particular too
I hope you’re right, but it look similar in dimensions to ulefone future, so chances are it’ll have a similar battery…
Yes a BT4 would be great. Looking for a new phone to upgrade from my BT2 which has been a great phone for me. Only had battery issues with it and that’s it..
What issues? You know, these days people freak out when you mentions something like that thanks to samsung ?
The battery was never the official 3000 mah when it was released. It would never make it through the day on a full charge and that was when I was at work with average usage. The original battery eventually expanded in the phone and I had to replace it. Been really difficult to find a proper replacement battery. None of them have exploded though 😀
Looking forward to seeing your thoughts on the redmi pro
wtf … no type c ?!