Introduced in early May, UMIDIGI Z2 is one of the latest innovations in the flagship lineup of the manufacturer. The smartphone received a modern design with minimal frames around the screen and unusual body colour, 6 GB of RAM, a dual camera, a capacious battery and the current Android 8.1 Oreo OS. For a better acquaintance with the gadget, we learn its five key features and see the video released by the manufacturer.
In the video, the company demonstrates the smartphone itself and tells about its features, such as portrait mode, face scanning for unlocking, fast wired (18 W) and wireless (15 W) charging, NFC for contactless payments and others.
UMIDIGI Z2 Display
UMIDIGI Z2 received a large 6.2-inch display with a 19: 9 aspect ratio and a resolution of 2246×1080 pixels. Due to the thin frames, the screen occupies about 90% of the front surface area. In the upper part is a cutout for the speaker, front camera and various sensors.
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The smartphone is released in both the classic black version and two unusual colours: midnight and midnight black. The last two differ in the gradient from the transition from violet to green or black, respectively.
The flagship UMIDIGI Z2 received four cameras at the same time: two modules with a resolution of 16 and 8 megapixels are installed in front and behind. The smartphone supports shooting in portrait mode with a blur of the background and a studio lighting function for adjusting the shadows. In addition, the unit can shoot in 4K.
UMIDIGI Z2 is equipped with a USB Type-C connector and supports Pump Express + technology with a capacity of 18 watts. According to the manufacturer, the battery capacity of 3 850 mAh is fully charged to 100% in just 80 minutes.
The start of pre-orders on UMIDIGI Z2 will begin June 11 at 8:00 (UTC) in the official online store at GearBest. During the pre-sale period, the price of the smartphone will be fixed at around $249.99.
Ikechukwu Onu is a writer, front-end dev, and digital junkie with a profound interest in all things tech. When not reviewing gadgets or apps, he enjoys contributing in groups and forums, tinkering with websites, and hanging out with friends.