Chinese company’s dual-camera phone — Ulefone Gemini — will be soon getting a beta version of Android 7.0 Nougat, meaning the stable build isn’t too far away; let’s learn more about it!
The Ulefone Gemini has been launched back in mid February with a full metal body, 13MP main camera and 5MP secondary one. The phone is powered by a MediaTek 6737T CPU clocked at 1.5GHz, 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. There’s also a front-facing fingerprint scanner a gyroscope and a 3250mAh capacity battery.
Ulefone have promised to update the Gemini to Android Nougat in a few months, now they’re still working on fixing various bugs but they plan on releasing a beta build in about a month. Ulefone also promised the Gemini will be faster and have better camera performance with the new OS, really exciting news for Gemini’s owners.
Currently Ulefone are running a promotion where the Ulefone Gemini is on sale for $120.99 with a free phone stand, case and tempered glass screen protector. At the same time the Ulefone Power 2 with its massive 6050mAh battery is sold for $169.99, the Armor 2 for $147.19 and the Ulefone Tiger — a 5.5-inch phone with 4200mAh battery — will set you back $85.99.