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Notch screen & dual camera-packing Ulefone S10 Pro first Hand-on experience

It’s been two weeks since Ulefone announced the elegant and sleek Ulefone S10 Pro packing a notch screen design which translates to a high screen ratio and a dual camera setup. The device is even on presale for a cheap price of just $69.99. In case you are undecided over getting the budget smartphone, perhaps this hands on video of the device in action could be the catalyst you need.

Apart from packing an impressive hardware setup, the Ulefone S10 Pro also comes with the Android 8.1 Oreo software. Thus, users can seamlessly switch between apps. The phone is also designed to give users a smooth operation. It comes with such features as GPS navigation which won’t disappoint. In the photography section, the dual rear and single selfie shooters also won’t disappoint. In the network aspect, the device offers dual 4G bands which is surprising, considering the price it comes with.

Specs wise, the Ulefone S10 Pro boasts of a 5.7-inch 19:9 all screen display and is powered by a quad-core MediaTek MT6739 processor. The SoC is paired with 2GB of RAM plus 16GB of internal storage. As stated, the device packs a dual camera setup at the rear and is a 16MP+5MP combo while at the front is an 8MP selfie camera that gives you the chance to catch up the unforgettable moments at your fingertips, storing the precious memories for you forever. Furthermore, the phone gets its juice from a 3,350 mAh battery which can deliver a single day’s use. The S10 Pro also comes with Face Unlock, a fingerprint sensor and Android 8.1 Oreo processor.

Notch screen & dual camera-packing Ulefone S10 Pro first Hand-on experience

There is still about 2 days left before the S10 Pro presale promotion will end. The device is bundled with a free TPU protective case for those who place orders during the presale. You can place your order from here. You can also read more about the company from their official website.

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