UMIDIGI A1 Pro is an entry-level smartphone for the modern era (Promoted)

In a world where $1,000 smartphones are becoming the norm, Chinese smartphone maker UMIDIGI wants to remind customers that you don’t have to pay an outrageous sum to get a decent phone.

The company has taken the opportunity to tease its upcoming product, the entry-level UMIDIGI A1 Pro, with an introductory video this week.

Despite being a budget-product, the UMIDIGI A1 Pro takes advantage of a modern 5.5-inch 18:9 aspect ratio display with 1440 x 720 resolution. It boasts an 85% screen-to-body ratio and has a thin 8.5mm frame.

UMIDIGI’s entry-level offering runs Android 8.1 Oreo

When it comes to internal specifications, the A1 Pro boasts a MediaTek MT6739 processor under the hood, aided by 3GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage.

While this is an entry-level product, the UMIDIGI A1 Pro includes some features you’d normally find in more premium devices. Like a dual-camera which pairs a 13-megapixel sensor with a 5-megapixel one. As for selfies, users will be able to take advantage of the 5-megapixel selfie-snapper with f/2.0 aperture.

What’s more, unlike other phones launching today, the super-affordable A1 Pro will land on the market with the latest Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box.

Additional specs include a 3,150 mAh battery and a USB-C Quick Charge thanks to which you can fully charge the phone within 2 hours.

Last but not least, the UMIDIGI A1 Pro will include a Face ID feature, which will allow users to unlock their device with their face under 0.3s.

Like what we told you so far about the UMIDIGI A1 Pro? Then you might want to subscribe to the official UMIDIGI website to get a promotional price on the phone when it launches.

All you have to do it submit your email and you’ll be able to buy the phone for only $99.99 once the global exclusive pre-sale kick starts. After the period is over, the price will be bumped up to $139.99.

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