UMIDIGI announced that the pre-sale of the handsets will take place from August 6 on the AliExpress website, priced at $169.99 for One and $199.00 for One Pro. First buyers will be able to purchase the handsets for $139.99 and $169.99 on promotion. To get informed about the news just check the official website of the models.
Today UMIDIGI presented an official 3D video to announce the UMIDIGI One and One Pro. The new devices follow the success recorded by the UMIDIGI A1 Pro and the Z2 in the last three months. The UMIDIGI One series is available in two configurations: one standard and the other in the Pro version.
When watching the teardown video, we know that the dual cameras in UMIDIGI One series are not fake, the phone has a pretty good look in the internal structure, the cooling foil, the NFC and wireless charging combo.
Speaking about the screen both smartphones have a 5.9-inch Incell Fullsurface display, crisp and lively. On board, we find 4GB of RAM for a really exciting Android experience. The interesting thing is that the UMIDIGI One series also features a lateral fingerprint scanner and a stereo sound system with two speakers.
In addition, both smartphones support global bands, which means that both can be used internationally. The UMIDIGI One Pro features both the NFC and the 15W wireless charging, making it the fastest in the world. Unlike, on the UMIDIGI One we do not find any of the functions mentioned above.
However, the UMIDIGI One still supports the standard 5V-2A fast charge. The UMIDIGI One Pro has a battery with a capacity of 3250mAh, while the One has a slightly higher than 3550mAh. The UMIDIGI One comes with a 32GB ROM while the Pro comes to 64GB. On the official website of the company, you can find all the detailed specifications of the new smartphones.
The company is recruiting 10 trial users globally for UMIDIGI One. Everyone may have the chance to become trial users, they just need to complete specific steps. You can check all the specifications of the UMIDIGI One series and participate in the activity of the test users here.