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Umidigi One Pro VS Umidigi One

Umidigi One Pro VS Umidigi One: Mid-rangers from Umidigi

by Obodoakor Moses

Chinese phone maker, Umidigi is obviously having a good 2018. The company’s flagship Umidigi Z2 and Z2 Pro have been trending ever since it launched. And now they are back with another set of new smartphones – The Umidigi One and the Umidigi One Pro. In this Umidigi One Pro VS Umidigi One article, we’ll be discussing the differences between the Umidigi One and the Umidigi One Pro.

Umidigi One Pro VS Umidigi One – The Design

The design of the Umidigi One and One Pro is similar to the Umidigi Z2. There’s is a long top-notch with a bottom chin. The Umidigi One and One Pro are made of front glass with the metallic unibody. The metallic back still reflects lights like the Umidigi Z2. The Umidigi One Pro is available in two textures. It has carbon fibre texture and the gradient twilight colour.

Umidigi One Pro VS Umidigi One

The fingerprint sensor of both phones is embedded inside the power button, which is at the side. They both weigh 180 grams and measures 8.3 mm in thickness. Meanwhile, both the Umidigi One and One Pro are available in Twilight and Carbon fibre body colours.

Umidigi One Pro VS Umidigi One – The Display

Despite the Umidigi One Pro is the advanced version, it features the same display specs with the Umidigi One. They both sport a 5.9 inches In-Cell IPS LCD touchscreen with 90% screen-to-body ratio. While, the display boost a 720 x 1520 pixels resolution, 19:9 aspect ratio and 287 pixels per inch density.

Umidigi One Pro VS Umidigi One

Umidigi One Pro VS Umidigi One – The Camera

The camera specs of the Umidigi One is also the same on Umidigi One Pro. Their dual rear camera consists of a 12MP primary sensor and a 5MP secondary sensor. Both sensors of the phone feature an f/2.0 aperture. While for taking selfies, the Umidigi One and One Pro are packed with a 16MP selfie camera. The selfie camera is responsible for face unlock system.

Umidigi One Pro VS Umidigi One

Umidigi One Pro VS Umidigi One – Hardware and Software

The hardware is pretty the same on both phones. Powering both the Umidigi One and One Pro is a MediaTek Helio P23 chipset. The Helio P23 comes with an 8-cores process clocking at 2.0GHz. Meanwhile, handling the graphics of both devices is the ARM Mali-G72 MP2 graphics processing unit.

Umidigi One Pro VS Umidigi One

Both the Umidigi One and One Pro comes with a 4GB memory space. The difference is in the storage space. The Umidigi One features a 32GB internal storage. Whereas, the Umidigi One Pro features a 64GB internal storage. Meanwhile, running on both mid-rangers is a pure stock Android 8.1 Oreo with no user interface whatsoever.

Umidigi One Pro VS Umidigi One

Umidigi One Pro VS Umidigi One – The Battery

Supplying power to the Umidigi One is a non-removable Li-Po 3550 mAh battery. Whereas, supplying power to the Umidigi One Pro is a non-removable Li-Po 3250 mAh battery. While, they both feature fast battery charging support, am disappointed the Umidigi One Pro comes with reduced battery capacity.

Umidigi One Pro VS Umidigi One

Umidigi One Pro VS Umidigi One – The Price

The Umidigi One Pro is available at around $145 for the 4GB/64GB variant. Whereas, Umidigi One goes for around $131 for the 4GB/32GB variant.

Umidigi One Pro VS Umidigi One – Verdict

The advantage of the Umidigi One Pro over the Umidigi One is the bigger internal storage. Whereas, the advantage of the Umidigi One is the slightly bigger battery capacity. Considering, the price difference is about $14, I’d say it’s more about preference, which you want more? The extra storage or extra battery capacity?

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