Ulefone's Bezel-Less Handset Leaks, Helio P10 SoC Included

Ulefone has released a couple of devices in 2015, and is probably a company you haven't heard much about thus far. The company's 'Be One' 'Be Touch' devices have been somewhat popular buys through, and the Be Touch 3 and it seems like the company is preparing to launch yet another handset, and this one might be the most interesting one thus far. A new leak surfaced, showing off the alleged Ulefone-branded device with no side bezels, read on.

If you take a look at the provided image, you'll get to see an unknown device, which is allegedly coming from Ulefone. As you can see, there are no side bezels present on this device whatsoever, only the part of the frame which is visible on the sides. We presume this is a metallic frame, and the bezels above and below the display aren't big, but they're certainly quite noticeable and bigger than average. This was to be expected though, considering the phone sports no bezel on the sides.

In addition to this image, the source claims that this handset will be fueled by the Helio P10 SoC, which is MediaTek's newest mid-range processor. Now, this handset might actually be comparable with Elephone's upcoming P9000 Edge handset which will also going to be powered by that SoC, and will sport no bezel on the sides. Now, if this Ulefone device plans to follow in Elephone's footsteps, then you can expect this smartphone to sport 4GB of RAM and a 1080p display on top of the Helio P10 SoC. As far as rest of the specs are concerned, we'll just have to wait and see what Ulefone says, we haven't got an official confirmation just yet. We don't know how much the phone will cost either, but you can expect it to be priced somewhere between $200 and $300, if it exists at all.

In case you're interesting in the Ulefone Be Touch 3, stay tuned, because our review of this handset will be available in a week or so. That being said, this unknown bezel-less device does look quite sleek, and we'll report back as soon as more info surfaces, so stay tuned.

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