UMIDIGI A1 Pro is available for pre-order for $99.99 until April 15 (Promoted)

In the past, the term “cheap phone” was usually plastered on a handset coming with inferior build quality, sluggish performance and laughable screen resolution.

But this isn’t the past, it’s the present, and now the market abounds with top budget phones. Case in point, UMIDIGI’s latest low-end offering, the A1 Pro just went on pre-sale this week.

To celebrate the launch of the A1 Pro, UMIDIGI is hosting a special promotion. Until April 15, 2018, customers who pre-order the new smartphone will pay only $99.99 for it.

Until the end of the week, you can get the new UMIDIGi A1 Pro for only $99.99

The phone is currently available in either Blue or Black. A third, silver version will be launched late in May.

After the date, the UMIDIGI A1 Pro will cost $139.99. So if you order now, you’ll be able to save $40. Don’t forget, the offer is available for a limited time, until April 15. Also, keep in mind, the $99.99 price tag is available for the first 1000 orders, so you best hurry up!

The A1 Pro is available from the Banggood and AliExpress UMIDIGI official stores, but the first 50 customers who order from the latter can get the phone for only $50.

In case you missed our earlier coverage, the UMIDIGI A1 Pro is an impressive budget phone coming with features that you’d normally expect a more premium phone to have.

The budget device includes a 5.5-inch display with the modern 18:9 aspect ratio and HD+ resolution. It also, includes a face unlock feature which should allow users to unlock their phone in 0.35 seconds.

Other highlights include the dual-camera setup (13-megapixel+5-megapixel) and the fact that it runs the latest Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box. The phone ships with 3GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage.

If it sounds good to you, then go ahead and visit the official UMIDIGI page to learn more and place your pre-order.

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