UMIDIGI One Max Teardown: Showing its big battery and wireless charging capabilities

by Simran Singh 0

UMIDIGI, a Chinese smartphone company after offering deals this festive season is again back with new devices. Nonetheless, the China based smartphone company has recently launched its new product dubbed as UMIDIGI One Max. The One Max is all a bang for the buck device, at least that’s what its seems to us by seeing the overhauled specs sheet and the price tag it carries. Now, the company has come up with a teardown video of the device mainly showing-off its massive battery capacity and wireless charging capability.

The video posted over at UMIDIGI official YouTube channel takes us to the inner world of UMIDIDI One Max. It’s a quick teardown video necessarily showing the all hardwares that it boards, and other smartphones with such a price could never even think of having all those perks. Let’s see what all things do the teardown bring to our notice.

The video, not to much surprise, highlights two USP of the UMIDIGI One Max – the massive 4150mAh battery, and 128GB massive storage with LPDDR4X RAM. The 4150mAh battery coupled with the power-efficient Helio P23 SoC should give you 2-3 day normal usage endurance. Also, the One Max support both 18W fast charging and 15W wireless charging, so even if you end up battery-low it’d take only few hours to rejuvenate the battery. The teardown video hasn’t forgotten to flaunt the NFC chip, which is a rarity in most of the budget devices currently in the market.

Then comes the 12MP+5MP dual rear camera sensors capable of taking bokeh shots. The side fingerprint sensor is on top of the power button, a design choice first introduced by Sony and it’s very convenient but not so common on devices. Very interestingly, the inclusion of Type-C port is another marvel of the One Max.

If you’re impressed with the UMIDI One Max, you need to wait a little more to get hold off a unit as it’ll be up for pre-order at aumidigi 45k pre-sale price of just $179.99 from December 10. The full-teardown video of the device is embedded below, check this out.