UMIDIGI G1 Max & C1 Max Debuts with 50MP Camera and 6GB+128GB

At the beginning of October, some renders of the UMIDIGI G1 Max & C1 Max were leaked for the first time. Today the officially released introduction video verifies the rendering’s authenticity. And the phone design continues the previous G&C series – flat-edge, and curved design combined with a matte composite back. So let’s take a closer look at the individual pieces.

Both UMIDIGI G1 Max & C1 Max are built around a 6.52″ HD+ cinematic large display with 1600*720 resolution and a 60Hz refresh rate. The panel also has a notch for the 8MP selfie camera. And we are getting the 50MP primary camera placed inside a rectangular island on the rear. Joined with a 2MP depth unit as well.

How about the performance ?  The handsets are powered by Unisoc T610 octa-core processor, paired with 6GB RAM. And they have 128GB of storage onboard with the ability to expand it up to 256GB via a microSD card. Besides that, they pack a 5,150mAh battery with 10W charging. On the software front we are getting a modern Android 12 OS.

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C1 Max

The rest of the new’highlights include a side-mounted fingerprint reader and AI face technology, 3.5mm headphone jack and USB Type-C port. What’s more, they also support dual 4G SIM and global bands. Regarding the colors, C1 Max offers starry black and matte silver. While G1 Max has galaxy blue and starry black options.

About Sale Time & Price

UMIDIGI said the new models will kick off their first sale on AliExpress along with the 2022 Shopping Festival at just $99.99. With the help of some massive coupons for that of course.


As a little warm-up for the upcoming shopping festival, UMIDIGI is also running a giveaway for free G1 Max & C1 Max, A13 Pro Max 5G, and BISON 2 models on their official website. If you’re interested in it, just check it out to join.

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