Chinese phone manufacturer UMIDIGI is gradually carving out a name for itself in the mid-range and budget phone segments. The company recently launched the UMIDIGI One Pro and revealed some details of the expected UMIDIGI One Max. Some details of a new model that is in the works have been spotted in a poster which made the rounds recently. From the leaked poster, we can see that the device will adopt the moniker UMIDIGI F1 which bears semblance with Xiaomi’s affordable flagship killer- Poco F1.
The poster also contains not just the render of the device but also some key specifications. The render shows the presence of a waterdrop notch design on top of the full-screen display panel. This is similar to what would be utilised on the UMIDIGI One Max. UMIDIGI F1 is also expected to feature a MediaTek Helio P60 chipset which was used on the OPPO R15, F9 Pro, Vivo Y97 and UMIDIGI’s 2018 flagship UMIDIGI Z2 Pro. The Helio P60 is on the same level as the Snapdragon 660 chipset and so, can handle demanding games like PUBG.
In addition, the device will pack a 6.3-inch FHD+ display alongside a mammoth 128GB of internal storage. Keeping the lights on would be a 5150mAh battery and it’ll sure keep it on for a long time. UMIDIGI also teases the letter P on the poster which suggests that the F1 will be the company’s first model that would feature Google’s latest Android 9.0 Pie OS. This will bring many new features that other models don’t offer. Finally, the poster also teases a super fast and powerful device just like a Formula 1 racing car.
We expect more details of the device to get revealed soon. We’ll keep you abreast with the latest details as they appear.