Umidigi S3 Pro goes on sale for just $280

If you’re into phones with massive batteries, you’ll want to pay attention. The same goes for those who are fans of incredible cameras on smartphones. The Umidigi S3 Pro is now available at Indiegogo for just $279.99.

The unlocked phone is currently just ten bucks more than it when it was listed at the crowd-funding website, Indiegogo. When you look at the hardware, it’s quite the bang for its buck.

As you can see from the official unboxing video above, the Umidigi S3 Pro is packed with incredible hardware and the most recent version of Android.

With a 6.3-inch display at 2,340 x 1,080 pixels, the screen has only a modest waterdrop cutout at the top. Inside we locate a MediaTek Helio P70 with 6GB RAM and 128GB internal storage.

As for the 5,150mAh battery, it features 18W fast charging which means super fast speeds. With that said, the phone should last most users at least two days per full charge.

Perhaps the most intriguing feature is the 48-megapixel Sony IMX586 CMOS sensor. This makes the Umidigi S3 Pro one of the first in the world to offer the new camera tech. Other details in the sensor include 0.8-micron pixel, and 1.6-micron pixels when in low light. Also, a secondary telephoto camera helps to determine depth information.

If you’re looking to get in on a new flagship phone but don’t want to drop a thousand bucks this year, consider the Umidigi S3 Pro. It’s just $280 and you can place an order for it through AliExpress and Umidigi’s website.

A quick note: Before purchasing any unlocked phone, make sure to understand what network bands and carriers will work with the device.

Umidigi S3 Pro Connectivity

  • 2G: GSM 2 /3 /5 /8
  • 2G: CDMA1X BC0,BC1
  • 3G: EVDO BC0,BC1
  • 3G: WCDMA 1 /2 /4 /5 /6 /8 /19
  • 3G: TD-SCDMA 34 /39
  • 4G: TDD-LTE 34 /38 /39 /40 /41
  • 4G: FDD-LTE 1 /2 /3 /4 /5 /7 /8 /12 /13 /17 /18 /19 /20 /25 /26 /28A /28B
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