Ulefone T1’s Main Specs Revealed in Launch Trailer (Helio P25/6GB RAM)!

Ulefone T1

The Ulefone T1 is getting closer to its launch as the company confirms the phone’s main specs. They’ve revealed them in a short video you can check out down below.

The upcoming Ulefone T1 sports the same design of the previously launched Ulefone Gemini Pro but with quite different specs. The T1 is indeed powered by a MediaTek Helio P25 clocked at 2.6Ghz paired up with 6GB of fast LPDDR4 RAM and 64GB of internal storage, which is pretty much all you need for a smooth user experience.

Camera wise, the Ulefone T1 is equipped with a two rear cameras, with the primary one being 16MP and a secondary 5MP shooter to capture depth information, this will allow you to create photos with bokeh effect. On the front we find an high res 13MP selfie snapper accompanied by a soft LED flash.

The Ulefone T1 will support 25 network bands, which means you’re getting 4G LTE connectivity almost anywhere around the world. The phone is powered by a 3680mAh battery for a full day of heavy use, if that doesn’t happen don’t worry, as you can fast charge it with PumpExpress +2.0 to 100% in just 80 minutes.

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Ulefone’s handset also features a fingerprint scanner at the front, a good HiFi chip, 6-axis gyroscope, USB Type C and runs Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box.

Ulefone T1Ulefone let us know they’ll have T1 in stock as soon as the phone launches. If you’re interested in getting one, stay tuned for the latest.

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  1. Stiffmah
    July 14, 2017

    Red? ❤

  2. Faress ElFarissi
    July 14, 2017

    The main problem with those companies like ulefone,doogee… In my opinion, is the software optimizations.
    You can have a mid-range optimized phone with.less configurations works better !

  3. Muhammad Yasir
    July 15, 2017

    fake dual cam , INTERPOLATED front cam

    why should i buy this ?

  4. Eric Hui
    July 17, 2017

    Love how they take the F1 logo and replace it with T1 lol