Why isn’t everyone talking about the Ulefone Paris 4G smartphone?
In the pile of smartphone OEM start-ups sticking out up from China every single day, you may recognize Huawei, Lenovo, and maybe Xiaomi; but do you know Ulephone? Yes, Ulephone — it (the brand) is not that new neither is it too well known outside of China but one thing that is a fact is that the company offers nicely made affordable smartphones and one of them is the new Ulefone Paris.
The Ulefone Paris went under our microscope recently as dished out a full review of the 4G-equipped dual SIM handset this morning. Interestingly, our Review Team found the device to be a good buy at its price tag of $170.
Looking at what makes up Paris, first, you’ll notice the device’s 5-inch display shinning with its 2.5D glass. The resolution is set at HD (720 x 1280 pixels), giving the capacitive touchscreen a pixel density of 294.
For software, Paris boots on near-stock Android 5.1 Lollipop platform with OTA update ability. In fact, the phone prompted for an update immediately we popped in a SIM card and switched on the data on the review unit. In the camera department, there’s a readily-available 13MP rear camera and LED flash. At the front lies a 5MP front facer for taking selfies.
Under the hood, Ulephone Paris is powered by a 64-bit-based MediaTek MT6753 system-on chip clubbed with a 1.3GHz octa-core CPU and 2GB of RAM as well as 16GB expandable of storage and 2250mAh battery. Even it terms of design, the phone isn’t left out of the premium circle as it sports a bottom-facing speaker, metal frame and removable polycarbonate back cover.
With all these going on for just $170, why don’t we start talking about the Ulefone Paris, everyone?
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