The Unihertz TickTock E review for the newly launched dual-screen phone shows a Doogee S98 and S98 Pro look-alike design. This new Unihertz smartphone with a 6.5-inch HD IPS display, Mediatek Helio P35 processor, 4GB RAM, 64GB storage, 48MP rear camera, and 5MP front selfie camera shows basic phone usage specs. There are also dual customizable keys and shiny aluminum or steel sides with a fingerprint lock and power button. However, the highlight is the secondary display at the rear panel and the two camera holes like the Doogee S98’s second screen. Also, the TickTock E is cheaper than the S98.
Unihertz TickTock E Review
There is the Unihertz TickTock E dual-display phone, a charger, USB-A to USB-C cable, USB-C to 3.5mm audio adapter, sim ejector pin, and a manual.
Like the Doogee S98, this new entry-level phone has a unique round-shaped 1.28-inch IPS screen with two rear camera holes at the back panel. However, this is not the first Unihertz phone with such a feature. The predecessor, TickTock 5G, also has a round-shaped secondary screen.
But there is a design difference for the back panel. The Unihertz TickTock E review for material shows plastic for the back cover. There are volume keys and power/fingerprint lock buttons on the left side panel. And on the right-side panel, there is the sim tray and two customizable keys.
At the bottom, we find the speaker grill and USB-C port. On the top, there is the IR Blaster and noise cancelation microphone. However, there is no 3.5mm headphone jack. You can use the USB-C to 3.5mm audio adapter in the box.
Unihertz TickTock E Review for Features and Specs
There is a 6.5-inch IPS HD display with 1600x720p resolution and a 1.28-inch 360x360p IPS secondary round display. The Unihertz TickTock E review for the specs reveals a MediaTek Helio P35 processor, 4GB RAM, 64GB storage, Android 12 S, 48MP primary camera, 2MP macro camera, 5.8MP selfie camera, 6,000mAh battery, 30W fast charging, MicroSD support, and 4G network. Also, there are sensors like accelerometer, gyroscope, G-sensor, step counter, light sensor, proximity, and baroceptor. This new Unihertz phone weighs around 230 grams.
|Processor:||Mediatek Helio P35 MT6765|
|Storage:||64GB, TF card up to 256GB|
|Display:||6.5-inch IPS, 1600x720p, Secondary: 1.28-inch IPS, 320×320|
|Camera:||48MP + 2MP macro, 5.8MP front selfie camera|
|Battery:||6000mAh, 30W fast charging|
|OS:||Android 12 S|
|Sensors:||G-sensor, gyro, proximity, step counter, baroceptor, ambient light, compass|
|Connectivity:||WIFI, Bluetooth, 4G network|
There are many customizations for the 1.28-inch secondary screen. You can select various clock faces directly from this touch screen or the phone’s settings. Also, the Unihertz TickTock E review shows you can take photos or selfies using the primary 48MP camera via this screen. Music controls and a compass are also available on the second display.
The main 48MP camera offers moderate details for photo shoots. There are various scene modes like Face priority, Action, Portrait, Landscape, Night, Night Portrait, Theater, Snow, and others. It has Auto Focus and a secondary 2MP Macro camera. The Unihertz TickTock E review for the selfies exhibits typical to low results and up to 1080p HD resolution for the primary 48MP camera. It has a 5MP selfie camera. Unlike the Doogee S98, there is no Night Vision Camera. Video recording is fine with HD 1080p resolution. So, it is a mid-range performance camera.
The Unihertz TickTock E runs on Android 12 S OS, offering a clean Android experience without bloatware. All apps and tasks run smoothly because of the 4GB ram. However, you can not run heavy games. There are also tools like noise tests, compass, bubble level, heart rate, pic hanging, measure height, magnifier, alarm, pedometer, plumb bob, protractor, and speedometer.
- Budget-friendly dual-screen phone.
- Android 12 S OS.
- Toolbox kit.
- Customizable dual keys.
- 6000mAh battery with 30W fast charging.
- You can take selfies using the primary 48MP camera.
- You cannot run heavy games.
- Android updates are not freely available.
The newly launched budget price dual-screen phone offers a secondary display for taking selfies, clock, music, and compass, which is a handful. Also, the Unihertz TickTock E review shows a smooth Android experience with the entry-level Helio P35 CPU. However, heavy games will not run, and the 48MP primary camera performs on average. The front punch hole camera offers reasonable details for selfies. Compared to Doogee S98, this Unihertz phone is cheaper and provides more secondary rear panel screen customization. It is not rugged like the S98, though.