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UMIDIGI F2 Holographic Smartphone Sale will Commence on October 14

Are you looking to replace your traditional monochrome smartphone with the latest fashion? UMIDIGI has designed something unique for you. The newly-manufactured UMIDIGI F2 smartphone comes in a Holographic design with lots of color patterns to choose. Most of the smartphone producers realize that phone color matters most for the users. So, they decide to make fancy-sounding hues like Silver or Midnight Green. Now, users can customize their smartphones’ back panel to make them a different personality.

Features of the UMIDIGI F2

The UMIDIGI F2 follows the brand-new Holographic design, which is based on the industry-leading concepts and not easy to find in the lower price range. What makes the UMIDIGI F2 a specialized product is the 3D shimmering optical illusion. The company has designed the smartphone with a depth layer with millions of shimmering, microscopic prisms with curved textures. Along with, it also hosts a 2.5D curved glass layer. Overall, it ensures the light to dance on the back as you move the device around. Users can go for any of the two-color shades – Phantom Blue and Midnight Black. The terms Phantom and Midnight actually apply the phone and create dynamic patterns of the twinkling night sky in the real sense. Further, the exterior appearance is not only restricted to the color shades. Just move to the cameras. It doesn’t alter the front display to host the selfie camera but gives a 4.5mm punch-hole into the top-left corner of the phone to install a 32 MP camera. The panel has a 6.53-inch Full HD+ display with nearly bezel-less frame. On the backside, you will get four cameras arranged not in the traditional I shape but in the L shape. Inside, the device has space for the 5150 mAh battery, 6 GB of LPDDR4X RAM, Helio P70 processor, Android 10 and 128 GB of internal storage.
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