UMIDIGI One & One Pro Images, Specifications Surface

UMIDIGI is planning to release two new smartphones in the near future, the UMIDIGI One and One Pro, and images in the gallery down below show off both of those devices. Truth be said, in the provided images, you get to see only the back side of both devices, but based on their design and name, it is possible that they were inspired by the upcoming Motorola One and One Power smartphones.

As you can see, the two phones are made out of metal and glass, and it seems like they will sport the exact same look. UMIDIGI actually did something similar with the UMIDIGI Z2 and Z2 Pro, as the two phones look the same, but they offer different internals / features. In any case, the UMIDIGI One and One Pro will be available in ‘Twilight’ and ‘Carbon Fiber’ variants, though keep in mind that glass will be applied on the back of both of those phones. UMIDIGI also says that these two phones will be “compact flagships”, so you can expect them to be quite compact. A vertically-aligned dual camera setup is included on the back of both devices, while an LED flash sits below those two cameras. Both of those cameras protrude on the back a bit, in case you were wondering. All the physical keys are included on the right-hand side of the UMIDIGI One and One Pro.

UMIDIGI also said that the UMIDIGI One series will adopt a 5.9-inch ‘full-screen’ display with an aspect ratio of 19:9, and that we’re looking at a screen-to-body ratio of almost 90 percent. UMIDIGI claims that despite the fact these two phones will have 5.9-inch displays, they will be the size of a regular 5.2-inch phone, and that both phones will sport a side-facing fingerprint scanner. Dual stereo speakers will also be a part of the package, and the same can be said for 4GB of RAM and the Helio P23 64-bit octa-core SoC. 12 and 5-megapixel cameras will be included on the back of both of these devices, while fast charging will also be available. The UMIDIGI One Pro will support 18W fast charging, and also 15W fast wireless charging, not to mention that it will have NFC.

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