UMIDIGI Z Pro Dual Camera phone set to launch at MWC

UMIDIGI Z Pro Dual Camera phone set to launch at MWC


The UMIDIGI Z Pro is set to get officially launched at the next MWC of Barcelona. Albeit it shares most of the hardware with its predecessor, the UMI Z, it’ll be the first device under the new UMIDIGI moniker.


On the UMIDIGI Z Pro we find again the v appreciated Helio X27 Deca-core processor from MEDIATEK©, 4GB of RAM, a 13mpx SAMSUNG frontal camera with softlight, a full metal unibody build and a 3780mAh battery manufactured by SONY with PE+ Quick Charge Support.


But these specs where already on the UMI Z, so in what does it actually differ? The answer is: dual camera setup. The Z Pro will indeed feature two identical Sony© IMX258 13MP shooters. This means, other than the possibility of taking clearer shots thanks to the new sensors, also the possibility of changing the focus of the photos after you have shot them.

UMIDIGI say it’ll be possible to shoot real and pure black and white photos with DSLR quality, to have DSLR-level bokeh effect, optical 2x zoom (3x digital), to shoot 3D photos and many other features, we’ll know more about them at MWC.


The UMIGI Z Pro will be launched on March 1st at their MWC event and it’ll be priced $299.99. We still aren’t aware when it’ll actually be in stores, though.

On a side node, the UMi PLUS E — the 6GB RAM monster — is now available in here and here.

Bonus Video: UMIDIGI Z Pro – New Visual Experience

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  • Muhammad Yasir

    they gonne embarrass themselves at teh big stage if those pair o’ cams suck !

  • MitsosDaBest

    The UMi Z already has many issues and they are about to release the Z Pro…

    • HugoMarcys

      got UMi Z a while back, it did have some software issues, but after updated via OTA 2 days ago, it’s all working good now. I’ve owned over a dozen Chinese phones over the last 5 years and this is the best thus far!