Smartphone maker Elephone has just surprised us with the design decision for its next big launch, the U2 smartphone, which will arrive as a successor to the U and U Pro, who became known for their gesture-based navigation. Elephone has finally decided how to name its next flagship smartphone. Previously, the model was known as the Elephone PX, but it will go to stores under the name Elephone U2.
The main feature of the smartphone was a retractable module with a dual front camera, complemented by a rear triple camera. It turns out that Elephone U2 received as many as five cameras. Elephone can become the first manufacturer on the market, which will release a similar device.
The smartphone received a 6.29-inch screen with Full HD + resolution without cut-outs and runs under the new Android 9.0 Pie operating system right out of the box and is equipped with Translator.
It is possible to see in the images that the manufacturer will adopt the new design trend, delivering even more use of the front screen to its users. The U2 will also pack a pop-up camera Vivo NEX-style but this time with two actual sensors, to snap photos with bokeh effect via hardware, plus three cameras on the back.
More details Elephone is going to report closer to the release of the smartphone. A device like the one in the rendering would be something really worth checking out. What do you guys think? Can they manage to produce such a cutting-edge phone?