UMIDIGI One Max First Hands-on Video

Posted in Dec 4, 2018 in News, Smartphones, no comment

UMIDIGI recently debut its new phone UMIDIGI One Max, the newest member to its big hit UMIDIGI One Series. The One Max is not only an incremental upgrade of the UMIDIGI One Pro, but also the first UMIDIGI phone with the waterdrop full view display. Now the One Max hands-on video has been released. Let’s check it out.


From the video, you can find immersive videos and games experience offered by 6.3-inch 19:9 waterdrop full-screen display in the UMIDIGI One Max. The use of water drop design enables the display to be expanded to achieve a 91.5% screen ratio which is pretty impressive. Besides, the One Max is powered by huge 128GB ROM and the latest 4GB LPDDR4X RAM in Helio P23 SoC, so the smooth gaming experience for heavy users can be ensured.

Also, the One Max goes maximum in the battery aspect as it packs a 4150mAh big battery, supporting both 18W fast charging, 15W wireless charging and NFC. Just enjoy the games and videos without worry about battery life.

In terms of the camera, the One Max offers a dual rear camera setup which is a 12MP+5MP combo. The same dual camera is proved in the UMIDIGI One Pro that can provide advanced bokeh effect. On the other hand, the front camera is a 16MP high-resolution selfie camera. Moreover, the One Max features a side fingerprint sensor on top of the power button and runs stock Android 8.1 as its operating system.

The UMIDIGI One Max will be up for pre-order at a presale price of $179.99 from December 10. And to better improve the users’ experience, UMIDIGI is recruiting 10 trial users for the One Max. Every trial user can get one for free. You can check out all the details about One Max and join the giveaway on their official website here.




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