UMIDIGI could be planning to go global with its next handset release

UMIDIGI has been known to unabashedly copy designs from the likes of Apple, Samsung, and others when it comes to its designs. So, it comes as no surprise that its upcoming One handset looks to borrow elements once again.

The company has been pushing out a variety of handsets over the past couple of years but it has never really penetrated a global market because of its limitations on supported bands in its handsets. Now, that all might change, as a new leak suggests that the One will feature quite an array of bands that could support carriers from around the world. Perhaps even more surprising is that the phone has also been granted FCC and CE certifications.

The render to the right gives an impression of what the smartphone will look like. It has a dual camera setup stacked vertically like the iPhone X and will also have a similar glass back as well. Beyond that, there isn't much information out there currently but if past releases are any indication, this one should be affordably priced and accessible to most.

Source: Android Headlines

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