The UMIDIGI F2, the follow-up to the very successful F1, will be revealed in next week on September 23 globally, the company announced today. As leaked previously, the UMIDIGI F2 will be one of the first Android 10 phones and will come with punch-hole display as well as 48MP AI quad-camera. Now, the new leaked render confirms these specs and reveals more information.
The render shows there will be two colors for UMIDIGI F2 — Gradient blue and black. And the back cover is expected to have some stunning curved texture even if we can see just part of it. The front camera housed in the punch-hole display indicates that it’s a 32MP high-resolution sensor, which is assumed to be the same flagship sensor Samsung GD1 as Huawei P30 Pro and Honor 20 Pro. On the frame, it reveals that the F2 will use side-mounted fingerprint sensor other than rear fingerprint sensor to make the back cover look more consistent.
The render confirms the quad-camera setup with the 48MP main sensor on UMIDIGI F2 as well. It’s a vertical cutout camera setup with 48MP main + ultra-wide + macro + depth lens, according to the previous leak. It’s amazing that the multi-function camera setup is already available in the budget phones and we expect a decent experience on the F2.
Apart from the specs mentioned above, the UMIDIGI F2 is also expected to come with a big 5150mAh battery, triple-slot, and 6GB + 128GB according to UMIDIGI’s AliExpress store. We’re waiting for the official announcement on September 23 to find out the full details.
UMIDIGI is aiming high with the aggressively priced UMIDIGI X. It’s truly a device to behold. The company just released an unboxing video for UMIDIGI X showing off its features. For the stunning asking price of $179.99, the UMIDIGI X offers the features that you wouldn’t have imagined to happen so far. The device offers the latest generation in-screen optical fingerprint sensor, a decent AI-powered triple rear camera setup comprising of 48MP + 8MP + 5MP ultra-wide sensors. The 6.35″ AMOLED Full Screen should leave you drooling over its picture quality, to say the least. It packs a massive 4150mAh with support up to 18W fast charge. In the nutshell, the device ticks all the boxes you’d expect from a mid-range – perhaps offering much more compared to other devices in this segment.