UMIDIGI S2 Pro officially launched in Nepal

UMIDIGI has officially launched their latest premium mid-range smartphone, the UMIDIGI S2 Pro here in Nepal. The phone has a lot to offer including an eye-catching design, near bezel-less display, dual cameras and much more. These all included, here are all the things the phone brings to the table for a price of Rs 54,900.

The UMIDIGI S2 Pro a 6.0 inch Full HD (1080*2160) TDDI display with an aspect ratio of 18:9 and a pixel density of 402PPI. This helps UMIDIGI pack a larger display in a relatively small body. The S2 Pro comes encased in a unibody aluminum shell which not only looks good but also feels premium to the touch. Under the hood, the phone packs an octa-core MediaTek Helio P25 processor along with the Mali-T880 MP2 GPU. The processor is backed by 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. The phone also supports storage expansion via a micro-sd card up to 128GB and is dual-sim capable. And all this goodness comes in a splash resistant body!

In the camera department, the UMIDIGI S2 Pro packs a rear dual camera set up made by a f/2.0 13MP and a 5MP sensor. The phone also flaunts a f/2.0 16MP front camera for all your high-res selfies. Software-wise, the phone runs Android 7.0 Nougat with UMIDIGI’s own custom skin layered on top of it. Just sitting below the rear cameras is a fingerprint scanner embedded into the phone’s back panel. Other sensors include an accelerometer, proximity, compass, and a gyroscope. And finally, powering the device all up is a large non-user removable 5100mAh battery. This will be more than enough to get users through a day of moderate to heavy usage without any issues.

The UMIDIGI S2 Pro is one heck of a premium mid-tier smartphone which has a lot to offer. That said, the price of the phone is very high compared to its competitors. We just wish that UMIDIGI Nepal had priced the phone more appropriately. That said, the S2 Pro is still a great premium mid-tier smartphone that we highly recommend. But it, however, doesn’t provide the much-needed price to specs ratio.

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