Design & Materials
Performance & Hardware
- 0%Less than half day
- 11%Less than a day
- 11%One day
- 53%More than one day
- 26%Two days or more
- 47%It comes with a clean operating system
- 47%It has preinstalled apps but they don't bother me
- 5%It has preinstalled apps that I can't uninstall
- 23%Once a year
- 54%Every six months
- 15%Every two months or less
- Good phone for price, solid, feels more expensive
Would recommend this phone to all but it is an older model, more new phones with better price nowadays.Positives
- solid aluminiun body
- clean, easy to use
- decent photos
- a bit heavy
- small screen
- Run far away from this phone
Don't even bother, a cheap knockoff phone would probably be a 100 times better then this phone. Less the a month old, charging cable broke, charger brick broke, and no it's not wanting to charge hardly at all. 8 hr charge is giving me roughly 40%. Now it has come to the point that it has to stay plugged in basically 100% of the time. Can get a couple hrs at Max with it being unpluggedPositives
- Everything else
- Great buy
Good device with clean Android 9, 2 day battery life & good camera sensors which get some clear images using 3rd party apps.Positives
- 1080 display
- Camera sensor
- 2 day battery
- No notification LED
- Limited phone covers
- The best USA compatible mobile under $130 USD! (as of July 2019).
Design- Plastic back, but it has a nice finish. The screen is amazing at 1080p 60 fps. It gets bright and has awesome screen-to-body ratio!! Comes with flexible case.
Performance- Helio p35 chipset, I did research and it performs the best for its price. 4GB of RAM + about 3.5GB available memory (a lot). 5150mAh battery RELIABLY lasts 2 days with WiFi, Bluetooth, and LTE with about 10% battery left! With battery saver it might work for 3 days. Comes with 18W fast charger.
Camera- Great value for money. REAL DUAL CAMERAS! (it has bokeh mode and tells you if the sensor is blocked). Crisp and colorful daytime photos. I haven't tried it out at night but indoor photos are awesome as well. Selfies are great and it has LED flash.
Software- Stock Android 9.0. Sadly, UMIDIGI probably won't upgrade it to Android 10 Q. Security patches will occur for a year or so.
Features- Fingerprint sensor works well. NFC, USB Type C, AUDIO PORT, loud and quality speaker, Dual SIM, or 1 SIM and SD.Positives
- 6.3" 1080p screen 60fps
- Dual camera setup won't let you down
- Helio P35 + 4GB RAM
- 5150mAh battery with 18-watt charging
- Android 9.0 without the bloatware
- Fingerprint sensor, NFC, and audio port don't hurt
- Low chance of Android 10 update
- Stock camera app glitchy (can install another)
- Helio P35 might not have source code
- No LED notifications (I don't use that anyway)
- AutoFor 120 € it is difficult to find a mobile phone like this one. I recommend.
For 120 € it is difficult to find a mobile phone like this one even more with NFC. The weak point no doubt goes to the rear cameras are just mediocre. Otherwise I'm surprised by the positive with this phone. I have been a "fan" so far of the Umidigi brand. I highlight the battery that lasts 2 days with moderate use and the screen with very good colors.Positives
- Full HD LCD IPS Screen
- Monster Battery 5150mAh
- Comes with cover and film
- Rear Cameras
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- 6.6 Design & Materials
- 6.0 Performance & Hardware
- 5.9 Camera
- 7.9 Connectivity
- 7.9 Battery
In this case, to determine the score we evaluate 5 general aspects:
- Design and screen
- Hardware and performance
Once these 5 factors have been rated, we introduce the price variable. This means that any two devices with the same ratings get a different Ki score for quality vs price.
Even a device objectively worse than another may have a higher Ki score if it has a better price.
The Ki varies as time goes by. As new devices with better specifications enter the market the Ki score of older devices will go down, always being compensated of their decrease in price.