Undoubtedly, the design of this phone is its selling point. The Ulefone T1 comes with an all-metal unibody design. So it’s expected to feel some heaviness when holding it. It weighs 181 grams. Though many phones from the niche are lighter, thanks to great ergonomics and the number of processes the Ulefone T1’s housing has passed it’s a pleasure to hold this phone in hands. The back and the front come with a 2.5D curvature. But the front panel also uses a Gorilla Glass 3 to protect the screen from scratches. The screen has received an excellent oleophobic coating. So no fingerprints will be left on the display.
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The device is attractive in terms of hardware as well. It sports a 5.5-inch Full HD IPS screen with a pixel density of 401ppi, a contrast ratio of 1400:1, and 95% NTSC. There is also a MediaTek Helio P25 chip (the closest rival to the Snapdragon 625) that uses 16nm process node, and it is paired with an ARM Mali-T880 MP2 GPU clocked at 1GHz, 6GB of RAM, and 64GB of internal memory. The rest of features include a 3680mAh battery supporting MediaTek’s PE+ 2.0 fast charging technology (it will fully charge in an hour and a half), 8MP (interpolated to 13MP) front camera, 16MP+5MP dual-camera on the back, USB Type-C port, and Android 7.0 out of the box.
As you see, almost everything is great on this phone. Fairly, the Ulefone T1 can be considered as one of the best options in the super mid-range market. So the price it is offered at is a finding.