Ulefone is all set to release its bezel-less flagship, namely the Ulefone Future in April. The company has been revealing a few details about the phone in the weeks to the launch. Today, the company informs us that the Ulefone Future will come with virtual keys instead of traditional capacitive ones.
The company is reportedly going with on-screen buttons because it will help it reduce the portion below the display. In a video released recently Ulefone has shows us how to enable or customize the navigation buttons on the device.
There are four different options for the user, with optimizations for both left handed and right handed users. You also get a special toggle button to bring down the notifications. Further, you can even hide the bar from the display.
You can check out more details about the navigation bar from the video below.
Coming to the specs of the Future, it will feature a bezel-less display measuring 5.5-inches with FHD 1080p resolution. The phone will reportedly feature Helio P10 processor clocked at 2GHz with 4GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. The initial AnTuTu scores revealed by the company of the Future was just average, scoring just above 51,000 points. However, it was a prototype model and we can expect the score to increase to some extent in the retail version.
The phone will come with Android 6.0 out of the box along with a CyanogenMod ROM. Expect the Ulefone Future to be unveiled in April. Stay tuned for more details in the coming days.