We covered Umidigi in the past and the company has managed to improve its offering considerably in the past two years. With their latest device, the company wants to take on the Redmi Note 9 and the Realme 6 series by offering a mid-range smartphone with a game-centric CPU. The final price was not yet revealed, but we can expect the phone to be in the same range as the other two mentioned.
The Umidigi S5 Pro, as the new device is called, comes with the Mediatek Helio G90T CPU and 6GB of RAM. You also get 256GB of internal storage, however, we don’t know yet if the company went the extra mile and included UFS3.0 storage. The 6.39″ FullHD+ screen has an AMOLED panel, which offers a big advantage over offerings from Redmi and Realme, but no high-refresh-rate. You do get an under-display fingerprint reader and no notch since the selfie camera is inside a pop-up mechanism.
Since we are talking about cameras, the Umidigi S5 Pro will come with a 48MP main sensor on the back that is part of a quad-camera configuration. No word on the other sensor for now, but we will keep you updated. Other specifications include a 4680mAh battery, dual-4G SIM slots, a 16MP selfie camera and NFC. The headphone jack is sadly missing. The phone will cost around $300 when it launches later this month.
If you want to win one, Umidigi is holding a giveaway which you can find here.