Hey guys, what’s up, Zi Jin here, and I’m gonna be reviewing the Ulefone Be Touch 3. This is Ulefone’s latest flagship device with a Mediatek Octacore processor, 3GBs of RAM, and a fingerprint sensor. There’s some pretty impressive stuff here, doesn’t automatically mean you should buy it though, keep on watching to find out.
|5.5″ 1920×1080 IPS Display||MTK6753 Octa Core 1.2GHz|
|3GB Ram, 16GB ROM||13P + 5MP Camera|
|Android 5.1 Lollipop||GSM 850/900/1800/1900|
|SIM, MicroSIM, MicroSD||WCDMA 850/900/2100|
|2550mAh Battery, Fingerprint sensor||FDD-LTE 800/1800/2100/2600|
|SIM, MicroSIM, MicroSD||166g, 158.1 x 77.4 x 8.6mm|
So the phone is a combo of glass on the front, and then you got matte plastic on the back, and metal bezels all around. The phone looks pretty good, the 2.5D curved glass looks great, the metal bezels make it feel really premium, and the matte plastic is grippy.
It’s pretty big for a 5 and a half inch phone, the exact size of the iPhone 6 Plus. It’s average wide, but it’s really tall because of the top and bottom bezels, especially the bottom, which has the home button slash fingerprint sensor and capacitive buttons and a black bar that is not the screen.
On the back you get a pretty clean aesthetic, camera, flash and Ulefone logo. Taking off the back cover, you find the dual SIMs and MicroSD slot.