Recently launched Ulefone T1 has been selling like hot cakes because of its MediaTek Helio P25 processor, 6GB of RAM and universal LTE connectivity. Now, Ulefone is thinking of upping their game with an improved version of said device, both spec-wise and aesthetically; let’s check it out.
What we hear from Ulefone is that they’re currently working on a special edition of the Ulefone T1 which will feature a whopping 128GB of internal storage, not that 64GB were few, but you know – the more, the better. And we still get a microSD slot!
The Ulefone T1 special edition will also come in a new red and blue color scheme; between the two colors we’ll find a 0.45mm golden line. This will give the smartphone one of the most unique looks we’re ever seen, we aren’t sure if they symbolize anything in Chinese culture or the company simply liked how this color combination looked; let us know what you think.
Other than that, the upgraded Ulefone T1 will feature the same MediaTek P25 CPU clocked at 2.6Ghz we previously mentioned, 6GB of RAM, two rear cameras (16MP + 5MP), an high res 13MP front-facing shooter with softlight and support for 25 frequency bands on 5 networks types. We’ll also find a beautiful 5.5-inch FHD display, a fingerprint scanner at the front, a gyroscope and Android 7.0 Nougat running on it.
The Ulefone T1 special edition won’t be yours for cheap, indeed you’ll have to hand over around $300 for one. In comparison, the plain Ulefone T1 can be found for $200 over here.