Ulefone T1 Premium £210.53 OctaCore, Android Nougat, 6GB RAM, 128GB ROM, Fingerprint @ BangGood
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Ulefone T1 Premium £210.53 OctaCore, Android Nougat, 6GB RAM, 128GB ROM, Fingerprint @ BangGood

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Edited by:"Santa001"Found 10th Nov
This is the new version of the Ulefone T1 Global that you can get for £150 from Gearbest

This one has a Gorilla Glass and double the storage. It looks like Ulefone want to give the user a premium feel for less money and is looks like they are going the right direction. This is their pre-order price, grab it before it will go up.

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Basic Description


Model Ulefone T1 Premium Edition

Band
2G: GSM 1900/1800/850/900MHz
3G: WCDMA 2100/1900/1700/850/900MHz
CDMA 2000MHz
4G: FDD-LTE B1/B2/B3/B4/B5/B7/B8/B12/B17/B19/B20
TDD-LTE B38/B39/B40/B41

7 Comments

Ugly colour combo

I was considering the Xaomi deal but ended up getting this for £206.73 with the code PHONE.

This or the Power 2? This is faster, better camera, but perhaps not as well built and smaller battery.

FYI: I have a Ulefone Be Touch 2 from 2.5yrs ago.
It took them c4 months and a couple of software updates to get it mostly working as advertised.
They NEVER delivered the version of Android it was advertised with ie 5.1, just a 5.0 patched to pretend to be 5.1.
(They haven't maintained the firmware at all for over 2 years now.)
It was cheap, and has worked reasonably reliably though showing its age now but I'd never touch them with a bargepole again because of that personal experience. (I'm currently in process of retiring it for a ZTE Axon 7)
Edited by: "mk-donald" 14th Nov

The 'speed comparison' to the Snapdragon, Exynos and A10 chips is so laughably disingenuous that it's pretty ridiculous.

The P25 is very much a mid-range chip so they shouldn't attempt to tell fibs to try to compare it to the top end chips from the big boys.

Can't speak for the device itself or the brand but you have to be a bit suspicious about such misleading guff.

The Iron Man blasting out of the screen sold it for me.

mk-donald3 h, 36 m ago

FYI: I have a Ulefone Be Touch 2 from 2.5yrs ago.It took them c4 months …FYI: I have a Ulefone Be Touch 2 from 2.5yrs ago.It took them c4 months and a couple of software updates to get it mostly working as advertised.They NEVER delivered the version of Android it was advertised with ie 5.1, just a 5.0 patched to pretend to be 5.1.(They haven't maintained the firmware at all for over 2 years now.)It was cheap, and has worked reasonably reliably though showing its age now but I'd never touch them with a bargepole again because of that personal experience. (I'm currently in process of retiring it for a ZTE Axon 7)


I'm in the same process of getting my ZTE Axon 7 too - currently dispatched grey version
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