UMIDIGI had introduced two news smartphones quite recently, the UMIDIGI Z2 and Z2 Pro, while the company has just released a new promo video, presenting its new devices. The UMIDIGI Z2 and Z2 Pro are the company's new flagships, while they look identical, and their design is inspired by the iPhone X and Huawei's new P20 smartphones. Now, the aforementioned promo video has been embedded down below, for your convenience, and it was published on the company's official YouTube page.
In this video, UMIDIGI shows off the design of these two smartphones, while the company also mentions a number of features / specs that are included in the package. The video itself has a duration of about two minutes, and it's quite informative, especially if you're planning to purchase either of the two phones. Now, as far as the design is concerned, the UMIDIGI Z2 and Z2 Pro are made out of metal and glass, while both of them sport a display notch. Two cameras are included on the back of these two phones, while a fingerprint scanner sits on the back side of the two devices as well. The UMIDIGI Z2 and Z2 Pro ship with a thin "chin" below the display, while their displays sport rounded corners. These two phones do share some of their specs, but for the most part, they're quite different on the inside.
The UMIDIGI Z2 is fueled by the Helio P23 64-bit octa-core processor, while it comes with a 4,050mAh battery. The UMIDIGI Z2 Pro, on the other hand, comes with the Helio P60 64-bit octa-core SoC, and a 3,650mAh battery. It is worth noting that the UMIDIGI Z2 Pro offers wireless charging (15W), while the UMIDIGI Z2 does not have such a feature. The UMIDIGI Z2 Pro also comes with an NFC chip, which is a feature that the UMIDIGI Z2 lacks, and the UMIDIGI Z2 Pro also offers more storage (128GB) than the UMIDIGI Z2 (64GB). Both phones feature a 6.2-inch fullHD+ (2246 x 1080) IPS LCD display, Android 8.1 Oreo, and 6GB of RAM. Pre-sale for the two phones will kick off soon, and it's worth pointing out that UMIDIGI plans to announce a wireless charger as well on May 17, the UMIDIGI Q1.