After the launch of iPhone X, it seems like users gradually accept the special all-screen design meant for installing more necessary sensors. Inspired by the iPhone X, the Chinese phone maker Ulefone announce they are releasing a new device featuring a similar display. Seems like they’ve already been working the big hit cause the render of the phone just got leaked.
Taking a look at the render, we can see the earpiece and dual-camera setup along with selfie softlight on the front panel. According to the company, they will adopt the 3D face ID technology to replace their previous fingerprint solution. Allegedly, they might employ the technology from the Chinese company Face++. And it might feature a dual camera design on the back, like most Ulefone models.
Main hardware specs of the phone have not been unveiled yet but Ulefone has already launched a high-end device -T1 Premium Edition- featuring 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage and we can safely assume that the upcoming all-screen model will sport some rather promising specs. Currently, there have been two devices in Ulefone’s all-screen lineup, the MIX and the upcoming MIX 2, and it seems like a perfect timing to bring another all-screen flagship to the market.