Recently, UMIDIGI unveiled the UMIDIIGI A9 smartphone. The latest addition to the brand’s smartphone portfolio arrives as a lower version of the earlier released UMIDIGI A9 Pro.
Besides being a budget phone, the new UMIDIGI A9 comes with attractive features such as an efficient chipset, a large-sized battery, and the latest Android 11 operating system.
The phone sets a record as the first smartphone to feature the Android 11 supported infrared temperature measurement.
Undoubtedly, the highlight of the UMIDIGI A9 is the Android 11 OS that comes pre-loaded with it.
The UMIDIGI A9 arrived with a 6.53-inch HD+ panel that has a waterdrop notch design. The screen has an aspect ratio of 20:9, and it produces a resolution of 720 x 1600 pixels.
On the inside, the new UMIDIGI A9 is fueled by a modest MediaTek-powered Helio G25 chipset that clocks at 2.0GHz. It offers the users with 3GB of LPDDR4x RAM and 64GB of built-in storage.
Coming to the lenses, the UMIDIGI A9 packs some quite impressive camera configuration despite being a budget phone.
On the front side, the phone houses an 8-megapixel front-facing snapper in the on-screen notch, and it sports a triple camera system on the back panel.
The rear camera system of the UMIDIGI A9 comprises a 13-megapixel primary camera followed by an 8-megapixel ultrawide snapper, and a 2-megapixel depth sensor.
For backup, the handset relies on a 5,150mAh battery that supports only 10W charging through a USB-C port.
The phone is yet to hit the shelves of retail outlets, but it will go on its first global pre-sale for $99.99 on January 1.