If you're looking for a new smartphone and don't want to spend a lot of money but still don't want to give up good specs, good performance, build quality and overall look, UMi, like other Chinese brands have been revolutionary in this Score. Buying good and cheap is difficult but it is no longer impossible, now let's see what the next high end offers us (flagship) of the brand, the UMi Z.
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UMi has surprised us positively with each new release of smartphones, especially its top-of-the-range products that, while never being abusive in price, are able to please by their modesty and good features in addition to the excellent value for money. That's why we're quite curious to hear about your next bet, the UMi Z that has now been the target of a huge information leak.
Today we had access to a leak of information about the UMi Z, this equipment will come equipped with the most powerful processor that MediaTek has ever developed, the Helio X27. It's a deca-core (12-core) SoC that will give you performance only equal to the most powerful Snapdragon on the market, the 820 and 821.
We had already seen some rumors that UMi could use this impressive MediaTek SoC, something that has been confirmed today thanks to this information leak. In the picture above we can see the UMi Z with CPU Z application that gives us a faithful report of the components and specifications of the equipment.
As far as we know, MediaTek has partnered with LeEco and UMi to use their new high-end processor. We also know that LeEco was the first builder to use this processor in the Chinese market whereas UMi was the first to have permission to market it globally.
Finally and according to the source of this information leak, UMi Z will be officially unveiled on December 12th in china, so within a week, probably with 4GB of RAM, 64GB of expandable internal storage, Android Marshmallow and a lot more!
What do you think about this new UMi Z and its processor?
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