UMI Zero 2 is another dual-screen Android smartphone

06 July, 2015

The Chinese handset maker UMI teased a new ZERO 2 smartphone with dual-screen. Following the suit of YotaPhone and YotaPhone 2, the newcomer appeared in a teaser image on UMI’s official Facebook page alongside a “duplex life” punchline.

UMI ZERO 2 has a secondary E Ink display on its back, just like the YotaPhone family. The screen delivers better reading experience, while consuming minimal amount of power.

While the company didn’t release any more details, the rumor mill points at a 5.2” 1080p display, MediaTek MT6752 mobile chipset, 3GB of RAM, 16GB of storage, 13MP rear snapper, and 8MP front-facing camera. UMI is expected to launch the ZERO 2 for about $500.



Reader comments

  • AnonD-602374

Lets hope the build quality is better than the original Zero, and that customer service has improved. My first one had a bust GPS chip, and the SIM/card slot bust the first time I used it on the replacement - which arrived 6 months later. I...

  • 10basetom

There's also the Siswoo R9 Darkmoon.

  • AnonD-65466

i was used yotaphne 1 but d battery backup was so bad calling and also for 3g net .it didnt last long .i need to charge it frequently 2-3 times in day after using net . i was waiting for yota2 in india when it is available in india. what will be d co...

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