Shenzhen-based smartphone manufacturer, UMIDIGI, has officially unveiled the latest addition into its UMIDIGI One series. The series is renowned for sporting affordable mid-range smartphones with top-quality camera and image production.
The newly launched UMIDIGI One Max is the latest member of the series, succeeding the UMIDIGI One Pro, and improved features and specs. Also, it is just as affordable.
The device sports a waterdrop type of notch which raises its screen ratio up to 91.5%. The (Full View) display is sized 6.3-inch and has 19:9 aspect ratio and uses an advanced in-cell technology. The notch houses the 16-megapixel selfie camera while on the rear, a dual camera setup consisting of a primary 12MP f/2.0 sensor and a secondary 5MP sensor for adding Bokeh effects to photos. The selfie camera on the other hand comes built-in face beautification and other AI-powered features.
Powering the device is MediaTek’s Helio P23 SoC coupled with a Mali G71 MP2 graphics unit. RAM starts at 4GB an internal storage, 64GB. There’s a second variant of the UMIDIGI One Max with 128GB built-in storage and 6GB RAM.
The One Max will run the Android Oreo 8.1 out-of-the-box but it isn’t certain if the manufacturer will be pushing the Android Pie update to the device later at a later date. Under the hood is a 4,150mAh battery with support for Pump Express (18W) fast charge and wireless fast charging (15W).
The UMIDIGI One Max is available in Twilight and Black Carbon Fibre colour variants and will sell for $179.99 when it goes on pre-sale starting from December 10. Other features of the device include Bluetooth 4.2, NFC, side-mounted fingerprint scanner, 4G LTE, dual Nano-SIM support etc.