UMIDIGI S3 Pro will feature Sony IMX586 sensor of 48 MP

UMIDIGI already wants to start 2019 by shaking the smartphone market. It turns out that the company will announce its S3 Pro device, one of the first in the world to come equipped with Sony’s photographic sensor for 48MP resolution lenses, the IMX586. In addition, the smartphone stands out for bringing 5150 mAh of battery, ensuring several hours of use away from the outlets.

UMIDIGI S3 Pro will feature Sony IMX586 sensor of 48 MP

Its design has nothing innovative, UMIDIGI preferred to focus on simplicity, providing a FullHD+ screen of 6.3 inches with a notch in the drop to house the front camera and very few edges to ensure plenty of space to house the display without expanding the size of the phone.

With a body that appears to be ceramic on the back, giving a special glow to the device. Still on the back, it comes with the fingerprint reader and the dual cameras aligned vertically, housing the LED flash in the middle of them.

A good news for those who want to invest in this device is the fact that the Chinese company has kept the input for headphones, a very important option for many users who do not like to use a device with Bluetooth connection because of the battery limitation.

UMIDIGI S3 Pro will feature Sony IMX586 sensor of 48 MP

This smartphone is participating in Indiegogo’s investment round, so you can buy at a much lower price than it will cost in the market through crowdfunding, which will give 30% discount to those who want to buy it, paying $269.99.

The UMIDIGI S3 Pro will be officially presented on February 18, a few days before the MWC 2019, so there are still a few more days to know details about the photographic quality of the device that is one of the first in the world to count on the Sony sensor for its high resolution camera.

So, dear reader, have you enjoyed what UMIDIGI promises to bring to your smartphone? Share your opinion in the comments.

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