The UMIDIGI One and One Pro are the company's newest smartphones, the company had already released quite a bit of info when it comes to these two smartphones, and now UMIDIGI shared the very first teardown video of the UMIDIGI One Pro. A video that the company provided has a duration of around two minutes, and in it, you will see the whole teardown procedure, while UMIDIGI's employee also assembles the phone afterwards on camera. UMIDIGI decided to speed up this video a bit, though, just so that everything fits inside two minutes, but if you need to check out something specific, it's easy enough to do.
This video will let you see what lies on the inside of the phone, or it can serve you to fix the phone at some point, if something ends up needing to be fixed. In the video itself, UMIDIGI emphasizes that the phone comes with an actual dual camera setup on the inside, not fake secondary camera like some Chinese OEMs have been releasing. So, after you remove the back cover of the phone, you will need to remove the cooling foil. From that point on, you'll need to start removing screws that are holding most of the phone's internals in place, which will give you access to the phone's cameras, mainboard, loudspeaker, and so on. At that point, you can remove the NFC & wireless charging pad and detach the phone's battery, which will be easy to remove afterwards. You can proceed to remove the cameras, next, and so on, for a full tutorial, check out the embedded video down below.
The UMIDIGI One Pro is made out of metal and glass, while it comes with a display notch. This phone comes with really thin bezels, and two color options, Twilight and Carbon Fiber. The device features a 5.9-inch HD+ display, while it is fueled by the Helio P23 64-bit octa-core processor. 12 and 5-megapixel cameras are included on the back of the device, while Android 8.1 Oreo comes pre-installed on this phone with facial scanning. The UMIDIGI One Pro comes with global 4G LTE bands, 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. If you'd like to know more about it, or the UMIDIGI One, click here.