Umi has tired once again. Umi Max enjoys good views. Especially with fans of the company. I wonder, however, whether this phone deserves to be called as the flagship smartphone. Let’s start with the fact that the same set too is no different from the competition. Hull has however so.

Umi Plus is packed in a very stylish plastic box of black colour.

Inside you will find: smart phone, charger, USB cable, and waste paper. It should be noted that Max is not the Umi touted as a flagship smartphone. The price difference between the two models is only 40-50 dollars. Umi had time to get used to us now that their latest proposals are made primarily of metal. It is no different in the case of the Plus model. Again we are dealing with a metal uni body enclosure. The smartphone is well mated – there is no question of any scraping, and the side frame running around the device gives it a smartphone elegance. On the left side of the device we find a hybrid slot DUALSIM. And under it the manufacturer has posted the shutter button, which I have a lot of reservations. For me, it is far too high. On the right side you will not find surprises – Umi has placed there buttons regulate the volume and power.

The manufacturer decided to resign from the fingerprint scanner on the back panel.

It was moved under the screen, and more specifically it is in the Home button. Bottom of the device is identical to Umi Max – The Chinese put there a speaker and a USB port type C. Of course, do not worry, do not run mini jack inputs. Below the screen as standard, or LED notifications, a set of sensors and a speaker. Specifications UMI Plus is primarily 4GB of RAM. Unfortunately, Helio P10 is not a good choice for me. Besides, we see virtually the same “guts” in which UMI Max.

  • Android 6.0 Marshmallow
  • 5.5-inch 1920 x 1080 2.5D Sharp
  • MediaTek Helio P10
  • ARM Mali T860 GPU
  • 4 GB RAM
  • 32 GB of internal memory
  • 13 MP main camera + LED lighting, 5 MP front camera
  • Battery 4,000 mAh
  • Dimensions 155x75x8,8 mm

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