5 reasons why UMIDIGI G is worth buying

Posted in May 16, 2017 in News, Smartphones, no comment

It’s hard to follow up on the iPhone 7, especially with Android OS, but UMIDIGI has managed to deliver a great Android variant base on the iPhone 7 for a very specific niche market. Nailing the iPhone 7 aesthetic, UMIDIGI G is a very design conscious device. The renovation of polycarbonate polishing gives UMIDIGI G a metallic verisimilitude touch with only 135.5g. Android 7.0 out-of-box and flagship level front touch ID on UMIDIGI G are also exceptional offer at a below $90 price range phone.


Operating System: Original  Android 7.0 Nougat
Display: 5-inch (1280X720)     2.5D curved glass
CPU: MTK6737, Quad-core 1.3GHz
GPU: MALI-T720 MP2 600MHz
ROM: 16GB microSD slot up to 256GB
Rear camera: 8MP Fast Capture
Front shooter: 2MP Beauty Mode Selfie
Connectivity: LTE FDD 2100(B1)/1800(B3)/2600(B7)/800(B20)
Wi-Fi IEEE802.11 a/b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.1, GPS, GLONASS
Micro-USB, 3.5mm audio jack
Battery: 2000mAh battery
Fingerprint: Front fingerprint sensor
Dimensions: 142.7×70.5×7.5mm
Weight: 135.5g
Colors: Gold, Matte Black

To counter the mighty iPhone and the doubts customers may have, UMIDIGI picks up a different but specific path for the G. As an budget version of  “iPhone 7”, it doesn’t mean that UMIDIGI G has less quality build than the actual iPhone. In fact, UMIDIGI G is probably the best quality build smartphone among its price range. it offers more than what you can expect with its price.

UMIDIGI G design and screen
If the brand logos are removed, one can hardly tell difference between UMIDIGI G and iPhone 7, even with your hands on them, thanks to the new metallic polishing on UMIDIGI G. The refreshing matte black aesthetic is perfectly presented on UMIDIGI G.

The lightness and sleekness of UMIDIGI G are the result of a comprehensive refine process, which contains 20% of 5 layers metallic spray finishing, and 80% polycarbonate, producing a seamless super slim matte finishing.  UMIDIGI G applies CORNING Gorilla 4th generation glass, the high hardness CORNING Gorilla glass in alliance with 5” HD SHARP display screen is as tough as you can imagine. The stylish 2.5D curve also provides wider viewing angle and more dynamic color display. The 5” size is a perfect grip in hand and especially for single-handed operation in daily life.

UMIDIGI G hardware & software
Ever expected a front touch ID access on an under-$90 phone? UMIDIGI G not just managed to offer a front touch ID, but it is also of the same flagship quality touch ID inherits from the company’s previous high-end model, UMIDIGI Z. It’s great comfort for users to access the phone with only a gentle quick touch. Why insert such a high quality front touch ID, in UMIDIGI’s own words, “every phone deserves a premium quick touch access”.

UMIDIGI has excelled at offering great hardware in its budget phones, and that hasn’t changed with the UMIDIGI G. The Android variant of the iPhone is powered by MediaTek’s MTK6737, Quad-core at 1.3GHz and MALI-T720 MP2 GPU at 600MHz. 2GB of RAM along with 16GB of ROM makes UMIDIGI G sufficiently functional smooth gaming and daily operation apps.

Battery Life
Some may concern about the 2000mAh battery capacity but bear in mind though, considering the overall low power-consumption specs UMIDIGI G has, and the power optimization mode by the latest Android 7.0 Nougat, UMIDIGI G’s battery can handle even a whole day of active use with long hours of internet browsing, video playing, callings or music playback.

Lite and compact
Lite and compact, this is what UMIDIGI G, the Android version of “iPhone 7”, can offer you if you are looking for a budget or backup phone that worth of your money.

Now you can even get UMIDIGI G for only $89.99 with free shipping world wide in a Flash Sale activity on Gearbest.com. Hurry up, limited time offer!



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