Wafer-thin Ulefone Air, Gemini Pro, and more: The Ulefone Roadmap (2017)

Ulefone 2017

Ulefone reveal their product plane for the first half of 2017. They are going to launch some high-end handsets, thus suggesting a change in direction for the Chinese phone maker, from budget to more premium phones. Let’s see what we know so far.

Ulefone 2017As we’ve previously seen on GizChina, Ulefone are going to launch the Gemini Pro, which will be an upgraded version of the Gemini now on the market. The device will feature three 13MP cameras, a MediaTek Helio X27 CPU clocked at 2.6GHz, 4GB of RAM, 128GB of internal storage and fast charging. Overall an high specced phone on the cheaper MediaTek SoC.

ulefone gemini

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Those who loved the Ulefone Power — the phone with the massive 6050mAh battery — won’t be disappointed. Ulefone plans to launch the Power 2; while it won’t have a bigger battery, the new more powerful and efficient processor will still provide a longer autonomy.

If you are a fan of the Ulefone Armor, the handset is getting upgraded as well. The second generation of this rugged phone will feature a deca-core CPU, lots of RAM and a more refined design.

Ulefone Armor

Last but not least, Ulefone are also going to release an ultra-thin device with top specs and named Air, which should feature a deca-core processor, 6GB of RAM and 120GB of internal storage. We still aren’t aware of any other details, though.

What do you guys think about Ulefone‘s plans? Are they going in the right direction? let us know in the comments below.

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  1. Assefa Hanson
    February 7, 2017

    I mean effort is always good ulefone still needs work on camera software, id like to see the ulefone air to see how thin it will be as for 128 gb memory thats cool but now we can buy smartphones with 64gb for less than 150 dollars, hopefully this phone is competitively priced, as for anyone that will read this i never asked you to read this so back off 🙂

    • Muhammad Yasir
      February 9, 2017

      “as for anyone that will read this i never asked you to read this so back off :)”

      Dafq r u trying to say ?

      Jokes aside , ur damn right about the camera software and pricing. I hope ulefone can practise genuine quality control and assurance for an affordable and truly premium experience!

      • Assefa Hanson
        February 9, 2017

        Haha im just crazy lol

        • Muhammad Yasir
          February 9, 2017


  2. Muhammad Yasir
    February 9, 2017

    It’s definitely a bold move from ulefone !

    I’m very interested in seeing the camera performance of Gemini pro as well as how premium the Air will be in substance !

    Also overall performance of Power will be one to inspect !