UMIDIGI One Pro teardown video reveals what’s under the phone’s hood (Promoted)

UMIDIGI recently-announced One Pro smartphone looks mighty gorgeous on the outside. But what about the inside?

To satisfy your curiosity, the company has recently released a teardown video which reveals the internals of the device. As you can see in the clip, it’s not too difficult to remove the back cover of the phone and get to the insides which are very neatly arranged.

Once the foil which is applied to spread heat is removed, the NFC and wireless charging combo on top of the battery become visible.

We’re taking an opportunity to remind you that the UMIDIGI One Pro relies on a 3,550 mAh battery.  On top of that, the phone can charge up to 18W with a cable and 15W of wireless charging power.

New video reveals the precise internal arrangement of the UMIDIGI One Pro

The teardown also shows the Helio P23 SoC, 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage, as well as the main dual camera module. It’s comprised of a 12-megapixel sensor and a secondary 5-megapixel one.

With 1.12 μm pixels, big optical format ½.8 and large f/2.0, the rear-facing snapper ensures you will be able to take great photos with the phone. The front is home to a 16-megapixel shooter for high-resolution selfies.

We should also note that the UMIDIGI One Pro features dual speaks. One is built into the bottom of the phone, while the other is hidden near the microphone.

The One Pro also removes the fingerprint scanner from its usual position, the back of the phone, and places it on top of the power button. So you can start your phone with a press and unlock it with one touch.

The One series will go up for pre-sale soon. But while we wait on that, UMIDIGI is hosting a giveaway for the UMIDIGI One. 10 users will be picked and will get the phone for free.

To become one of the lucky winners, share your favorite UMIDIGI One specifications on the official website. To increase your chances of success, you can do things like Follow UMIDIGI on Instagram and earn 2 more entries.

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