Video: Hands-On With The Ulefone X, iPhone X-Inspired Phone

The Ulefone X is the company’s iPhone X-inspired smartphones, and Ulefone has just released a first promo video for this handset. If you take a look at the embedded video down below, you will be able to see Ulefone’s first hands-on with the Ulefone X. As you can see, this phone has a notch at the top of the display, similar to the one on the iPhone X, at least in terms of the size. Now, Bezels on this phone are not nearly as thin as those on the iPhone X, but they’re not that thick either, and it’s worth noting that this won’t be a high-end smartphone, or anything of the sort.

Having said that, the Ulefone X will be showcased at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona, Ulefone will be at the tradeshow from February 26 to March 1, and if you’re in the neighborhood, you can check the phone out at booth 7l61 in Hall 7. That being said, in the video down below, Ulefone also shows off some parts of the Ulefone X’s UI, and the company also shared two images for us to check out, which are included in the gallery down below. All the physical keys are placed on the right-hand side of the Ulefone X, and its SIM card slot probably lies on the left. On the back of the device, you will notice a dual camera setup which is located in the upper-left portion of the phone’s back, while an LED flash is placed in-between those two cameras. A fingerprint scanner is also included on the back of the phone, as is the company’s logo.

We’re still not sure what is the Ulefone X made out of, but it seems like the company is using polycarbonate here. In any case, we do know that the Ulefone X will ship with Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box, at least according to our source at the company. That is pretty much all the info that we have about this smartphone, as Ulefone is still tight-lipped when it comes to details, we do not have any specific spec info except for the phone’s Android version. All the details will be revealed in a couple of days, and it seems like the Ulefone Armor X will launch alongside the Ulefone X.

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