Xiaomi Mi Mix was the world’s first bezel-less smartphone. After the Xiaomi Mi Mix, many more manufacturers started working on this so called future phone technology. Recently Huawei also introduced a smartphone with smaller bezel display but that isn’t bezel-less like the Mi Mix. The Xiaomi Mi Mix is world’s first and because it’s first it has received many awards and appreciations across the world for it’s design.

Now we have another Chinese smartphone maker trying to foray into the bezel-less smartphone segment. The latest manufacturer to join this league is Ulefone. The company is bringing it’s bezel-less phone to us at MWC 2017. The company is trying to divert everyone from the Mi Mix. In terms of design, it has very much similar design as the Xiaomi Mi Mix. The top has unnoticeable bezels and the bottom houses a fingerprint scanner. The fingerprint scanner in Mi Mix is located at the back. Other things include a main camera located at the back which will be a dual Camera setup. On the front, it will have a camera at the bottom. The selfie junkies won’t like the bottom camera arrangement.

In terms of specifications, the Ulefone F1 will come with an Octa-Core 2.5GHz MediaTek Helio P25 chipset. There will be 6GB of RAM in it. It will also bring 128GB of the internal revenue storage wi5h no detais about further expansion. In terms of photography, the Ulefone F1 comes with a dual Camera setup on the back.

Specifications:

  • Bezel-less display
  • 6GB of RAM
  • 2.5GHz Octa-Core MediaTek Helio P25 chipset
  • 128GB of internal storage
  • Dual rear camera

Since Xiaomi Mi Mix is not available globally & launched only in some parts of the world like China & Dubai, the Ulefone F1 would surely have an edge over the Mi Mix. Now everything depends on the pricing of this device. Although the device is inspired from the Xiaomi Mi Mix, it still has some unique features. Few of such features include a dual camera setup on the back. In terms of the design changes, the Ulefone F1 has the fingerprint scanner at the front. Some other changes would be known once it is officially unveiled at MWC. So we will just have to wait till the official announcement.

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