UMI Diamond presale price tag is just $99

The latest piece from the UMI’s phone jewelry box is named UMI Diamond and have just entered the presale period. So those looking for a stylish phone with some very tough glass on the display should check it out.

Presales are organised by various e-shops, but the price is the same all across the board with fairly tempting $99 price tag. But keep in mind such price is limited only to 200 pieces so you should act fast, because after the presale period ends the price jumps to the retail value of $119.99.


UMI Diamond is a compact phone with 5-inch HD resolution display sporting some serious tough protective glass with the Dual T2X-1 technology and 2.5D curve. Inside beats the octa-core MT6753 processor clocked at 1,5 GHz supported by 3 GB RAM and 16 GB of storage expandable up to 128 GB with microSD cards.

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Main camera has 8 Mpix resolution sensor and the front selfie one just 2 Mpix. UMI Diamond of course supports 4G networks including the sometimes elusive B20 band and can offer 2650 mAh battery capacity and Android 6.0 Marshmallow as the OS.

You can also check the following video, which will try to make the case about UMI Diamond in just 45 seconds.

And here is the list of the e-shops participating in the presales of the phone.


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  1. Lazar Prodanovic
    October 21, 2016

    Finally find out what UMI stands for. It’s Under Minded Idiot.

  2. Arefin
    October 21, 2016

    No fingerprint sensor, for real? Now a days $60 phones have fingerprint sensor.

  3. Chris agnostos
    October 22, 2016

    120 for this ?, Why not buy ulefone metal which is better and cheaper?.

    • Juno
      October 22, 2016

      Because it’s full of issues and start failing apart after two months.

  4. Wikez
    October 22, 2016

    for 99$ it packs some good specs, i was looking for London but it had poor specs, this one seems good enough and has the same glass protection. Since I’ve cracked more expansive displays during work, will give without a doubt a try to this one as a working phone which is actually usable.

    • Chris agnostos
      October 22, 2016

      if this is just an upgraded london then it will suck…