Ulefone has announced yet another smartphone, the Note 10. This is an entry-level smartphone, and a complete opposite to the company’s Armor 10 5G that got announced a while back.
The Ulefone Note 10 is an entry-level smartphone with thin bezels
The Ulefone Note 10 is not a rugged smartphone, it comes as part of the company’s Note series of devices. The device has relatively thin bezels for an entry-level phone, and it’s made out of plastic.
A waterdrop display notch is included, and the phone features a flat display. There are three cameras placed on the back of this phone, while a rear-facing fingerprint scanner is also included.
The device is fueled by the UNISOC SC9863A octa-core SoC. That chip comes with the PowerVRGE8322 GPU which is clocked at 550MHz. The device also includes 2GB of RAM and 32GB of expandable storage.
A 6.52-inch 1600 x 720 display is included, as is an 8-megapixel selfie camera. There are three cameras placed on the back of this phone, and they’re vertically aligned. An 8-megapixel unit is the main camera, while there are two 2-megapixel secondary units back there.
A 5,500mAh battery is also a part of the package, while the device supports facial scanning as well. It utilizes its front-facing camera to scan your face, it doesn’t have advanced biometric scanning, which is not surprising at this level. 10W charging is also supported, wired charging.
Android 11 Go comes pre-installed on the device
Android 11 comes pre-installed, but not your regular Android 11. Ulefone pre-installed Android 11 Go on this smartphone, Google’s operating system for budget smartphones with not-so-powerful specifications.
The Ulefone Note 10 comes in three color variants, all of which look quite nice. It comes in Aurora Green, Aurora Red, and Aurora Black colors.
At the moment, we don’t know how much will the Note 10 cost, but it will be extremely affordable. Ulefone is expected to announce its price tag soon, as the device will go on sale in the near future. You can check out an official promo video for the phone, as it's embedded below.