With all the excitement and the new launches over at CES it’s easy to forget that there are interesting phones coming out of smaller Chinese brands too.
Following on from ZTE and the Blade V8 dual camera phone, local phone maker Ulefone has released the first official photos and hardware specifications of its own Ulefone Gemini smartphone.
The phone in the images is the standard Ulefone Gemini and not the Gemini Pro, and so it receives a 1.5Ghz chipset, 3GB RAM and 32GB internal memory rather than the more impressive 128GB memory and Helio X27 as promised in its more expensive brother.
What is the same between the Gemini and Gemini pro is a 5.5-inch display, 8 megapixel front camera, CNC alloy body, fingerprint home button and dual rear cameras. Ulefone haven’t skimmed on the rear cameras either with the main sensor being a 13 mega-pixel sensor and the secondary ‘depth perception’ sensor coming in at 5 mega-pixels.
Ulefone plans to launch the Gemini in 2 weeks time and the Pro version a little after. Both phones are promised to have competitive pricing.