Ulefone T2 Pro: the first smartphone with Helio P70 Processor

Ulefone T2 Pro

The Chinese firm Ulefone did not want to miss the opportunity to be in the MWC and although last year had its stand at the fair at MWC18 wants to break into the arena with a new smartphone, the Ulefone T2 Pro. The new Ulefone T2 Pro is a phone that mimics the iPhone X with its particular Notch, but is the first to mount the new MediaTek Helio P70. According to MediaTek, this new processor is a real beast and will put some of Qualcomm’s high end on the spot.

What is the Ulefone T2 Pro look like?

Since the Chinese firm has only advanced us its measurements and design. From them we can conclude that with a size of 165.85 × 78.25 × 7.7 mm a large screen, larger than 5.8 inches and surely with Full HD+ resolution is waiting for us. As for the rear we see a camera with double lens that could add optical zoom or a bokeh effect of quality, with a flash to improve the photographs in low light environments.

What strikes us is that the new Ulefone T2 Pro follows the iPhone X style and will copy your Notch, one of the worst things the iPhone X has. This makes it possible to make better use of the terminal’s display surface and integrate all sensors without experimenting, but many are not convinced.

MediaTek Helio P70 promises not to disappoint

Ulefone T2 Pro MWC18

As for its processor, the new Helio P70, MediaTek ensures that it lives up to many high specification processors. It is a chip with 4 Cortex-A73 cores at 2.5 GHz and another 4 to 2 GHz for lower consumption.

Added to this is the 12 nm manufacturing process, Artificial intelligence in the DSP and the second generation of Google TensorFlow to improve the learning of this processor. As we can see in AnTuTu, it far exceeds the performance of the Snapdragon 660 and is placed near Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835. If you’re lucky enough to be at the MWC, remember to stop by Ulefone’s stand, available from February 26th to March 1st 2018, where you’ll be able to see all its latest releases and this all-screen phone.

The brand has released a statement via Twitter hoping that none of them will miss the appointment with the firm.


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