Saturday, 19 October 2013

UMI unveild the world's first true Octa-Core smartphone for $245

Back in June, MediaTek was the first to announce a chipset with first true Octa-Core processor and now a Chinese Mobile company UMI has officially unveiled the world's first True Octa-Core processor at Autumn Edition of Hong Kong Electronics.

All of UMI's smartphones are intended to be sold only in China, so you must have never heard of it before.

Display shows the first true octa-core smartphone, the UMI X2S, on the left with the predecessor UMI X2 on the right - First smartphone using MediaTek's true octa-core processor is announced

UMI X2S smartphone features 5 inch FULL HD display, powered by MediaTek's MT6592 with Octa-Core Cortex A7 processor clocked @ 1.5 GHz with Mali-450, 2 GB of RAM, 32 GB internal storage (expandable), 13 MP Rear camera with Sony lens and running on Android 4.3 Jelly Bean.

Since MT6592 is LTE-capable, it's expected to be LTE-enabled as well with NFC technology.

The price of UMI X2S from RMB 1,499 ($245) to RMB 1,999 ($327). No specific launch date was announced.



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