UMIDIGI Z2 Pro coming soon with luxury ceramic edition and upgraded camera


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The UMIDIGI Z2 Pro is a very interesting phone model already at the basic version, but seems like there will be pretty soon coming one even more fancy variant. This luxurious edition should be featuring a ceramic back flanked by the metal frame.  The Z2 Pro also some upgraded camera sensors for even better higher end flagship experience.

The ceramic material used is not the typical one, but instead a new type of ceramic called microcrystal zirconium oxide ceramic. The creation process for such ceramic body is pretty complex and complicated, but the result is absolutely worth it, because ceramic material is rated 8-8.5 on the Mohs hardness scale, so it’s way more durable and scratch resistant than glass. It also brings superior signal penetrability and the Z2 Pro also uses it for the world’s fastest 15W Qi wireless charging.

The camera upgrade is also a pretty significant one, because Z2 Pro uses a dual-lens module (16MP+8MP) S5K2P7 rear camera sensor, big 1.12μm pixels, and a large optical format 1/1.28” meaning the UMIDIGI Z2 Pro should do surprisingly well in low-light. After all the same S5K2P7 dual-lens module is also used in OPPO R15, LG V20, Nokia 7 and other flagship phones. Also, the front 16MP camera sensor comes from Sony (IMX371) and is for example used by OnePlus 5T. So we can expect to get a really good flagship level of cameras.

So far the presales for the UMIDIGI Z2 Pro or the special ceramic edition are not open yet, so we have to settle for the basic UMIDIGI Z2 model for now. You can find it on Gearbest e-shop for $249.99 with Black, Twilight and Twilight Black variants. Starting next week on monday it should be also available on the UMIDIGI official Aliexpress store for the same price. You can check the full specs and info about Z2 Pro on the official website or buy the Z2 directly there too.

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