Paris X will share exactly the same appearance with the original Paris and most specs of the 2 models will overlap, including 5-inch 720P display, 2GB RAM, 16GB storage, 2250mAh battery, 5MP front camera, and Android 5.1 operating system. However, the Paris X will pack the 64-bit quad-core chipset MTK6735 with clock speed of 1GHz, compared with MTK6753 64-bit octa-core 1.3GHz chipset employed on the original Ulefone Paris. Besides, the back camera of Paris X will adopt Sony’s IMX166 8MP camera, a downgrade from Ulefone Paris’ 13MP OV13850 in terms of resolution.
With the decline in specs, Ulefone will keep only a USD10 price gap between the high and low versions of Ulefone Paris, given that the presales price for the Paris X will be USD119.99. The original Paris apparently has better cost performance, but for price-sensitive consumers, the budget Paris will make sense.