UMIDIGI Crystal $99 Subscriptions Proving Popular


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UMIDIGI are seeing huge numbers of customers joining the UMIDIGI Crystal subscription with the hopes to win the phone for free.

UMIDIGI are embarking on one of their most anticipated launches yet. The Crystal is possibly the most ambitious UMIDIGI phone to date and like many current Chinese flagships will use bezel less design in an attempt to “unbox” the design of the phone.

UMIDIGI are marketing the Crystal as the bezel-less phone for anyone, and with a starting price of only $99 we’re sure that many customers will be very tempted to get hold of the new phone.

While we’re unsure of the final specifications of the $99 version of the phone we do know that UMIGIGI is marketing the smartphone with a bezel-less display with a minimal frame on 3 edges, but retaining a classic ‘chin’ design.

On the chin of the Crystal a “Breathing” notification light is built-in to easily see if you have messages, calls coming through and to easily keep an eye on your phone’s charging.

High-quality audio is another feature that UMIDIGI are working on with the affordable Crystal. Marketing material for the phone stated that speaker sound, volume and signal strength will all be better than anything seen before on a similarly priced device.

In addition to the BOX sound chamber, the UMIDIGI Crystal will get other top end features including a fingerprint scanner, 2.5D glass display, dual rear camera, and USB Type C with fast charging capabilities.

While pricing will start at just $99, there will be more expensive variants of the phone with up to 4GB RAM and 64GB internal memory available!

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At the time of writing 78,268 hopeful fans had subscribed to the launch of the UMIDIGI Crystal with the hope of being one of the 20 lucky chosen to receive the new handset for FREE.

Head over to the UMIDIGI site now to sign up for your chance too.

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