UleFone Gemini Pro
Hello, Guys! Today, I’m going to take a look at UleFone Gemini Pro Review. The Gemini Pro is one of the latest companies offers that has great specs that are packed into an all-metal body. So, let’s find out-
Design & Display: –
I think that one of the key selling points of the Gemini Pro is an all-metal design and excellent build quality. Well, the phone does not look exceptional by any means as we’ve seen this design before but it still looks great. The buttons are high quality and that the phone feels comfortable in the hand due to rounded edges on the back.
I found a fingerprint scanner to be accurate and it can unlock the phone straight in the standby mode without any issues. However, the display could light-up a little bit faster.
It has a Dual camera setup which is the main highlight of this phone that consists of Dual 13-megapixel Sony IMX shooters, one sensor capture colorist another is a monochrome sensor.
As far as size of the device we are looking at the 5.5-inch display phone. The 1080p resolution assures that the screen is sharp and vibrant but it could be slightly brighter for outer use. We have customizable on screen navigation keys, 8-megapixel front-firing camera, LED notification light and LED flash for night selfies.
It has dual camera setup. As far as daylight image quality, I expected better results considering the fact that there is a dual camera setup and it is one of the key selling points of this device. You can capture some good-looking images but I would like to see some more detailed sharpness and the dynamic range adjustment is inconsistent.
On the other hand, the portrait mode is quite good for a budget phone. The images will look just great on social media but there may be some artefacts going on. Also, some of the shots could be more detailed. As for the low-light picture quality is decent but that’s really impressive like on most of the sub $300 phones.
The selfies look great as the pictures are quite detailed. They could be a little bit sharper but I think the pictures will look just fine on social media.
The 4k videos are recorded in an H.265 format which is not supported by my video editing software. The 1080p video looks okay but there could definitely be more detail and sharpness. Also, there is no continuous autofocus feature same as in the 4k video. The 1080p selfie video looks quite good for your budget phone. The sound recording quality is above average.
We’re looking at a pretty powerful package that includes the Deca-Core MTK6797 Chip that is clocked at 2.GHz, 4 gigs of RAM and 64 gigs of storage. All the specifications of this phone, sound impressive and interesting but honestly, I’m not impressed with the gaming performance. You should expect quite a few skipped frames if you play some 3D games like the asphalt 8 on the very highest graphics settings. You can change this issues by changing the graphics settings to medium but I expected a little bit better results.
Day to day performance almost stock Android 7.1.1 assures that the phone is usually fast and fluid. We have some extra features to play with just the name of few, you can change the colours of the LED notification light and use some gesture controls that work pretty well. But sometimes the phone is kind of slow to respond to your gesture.
The loudspeaker quality does not impress but it’s pretty decent. The sound quality via the handset jack is pretty good too, I have no complaints here.
I didn’t have any connectivity issues with this device as the call quality and the signal reception is pretty good. Even the GPS lock speed and accuracy were okay. The phone has quite a few sensor including a Gyroscope so, you will be able to a device with VR headsets.
The 3680 milliampere hour non-replaceable battery will let you use the phone for the entire day or more depending on the usage. I could achieve a pretty standard screen on time of about 5 and a half hours which is a decent result. However is that the battery drains a bit faster than usual on standby mode but keep in mind that I have installed a lot of apps. Finally, it takes about one and half hours to fully charge the phone with a supply advanced charger.
The UleFone Gemini Pro is yet another budget phone from China that has great specs excellent build quality and it’s pretty fast and responsive. However, keep in mind that the Camera is lagging in some areas and gaming performance could be slightly better considering as impressive Specs sheet. All in all The UleFone Gemini Pro offers quite a lot of value for the price but as always but make sure to consider a few shortcomings before making a purchase.
|Indian Buyers||Buy Now||Price|
|UleFone Gemini Pro||DX.com||Rs. 16,693|
|UleFone Gemini Pro||$ 307.99|
|BODY||Dimensions||155 x 76.9 x 8.45mm|
|DISPLAY||Type||Full HD, 1920 x 1080p (401 PPI)|
|Corning Gorilla Glass 3|
|CAMERA||Rear||Dual 13-MP RGB + 13-MP Monochrome, IMX258 RGB sensor + IMX258 MONO Sensor, F/2.0 Large aperture, two tone quad flash|
|Front||8-MP, LED flash|
|Features||Auto HDR, manual control|
|PROCESSOR||OS||Android 7.1.1 Nougat|
|Chip||MediaTek Helio X27 Processor|
|GPU||ARM Mali-T880 Image processor|
|MEMORY||Internal||64GB, 4GB RAM|
|External||Up to 256GB (microSD)|
|FEATURES||Sensors||Gyro, Gravity Sensor, Touch Sensor, Electronic Compass|
|CONNECTIVITY||WLAN||Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, Hotspot|
|USB||USB 2.0, Type-C|
|Others||Bluetooth v4.1 & GPS available|
|SOUND||Speaker||Loudspeaker & 3.5mm headphone jack|
|Active noise cancellation with dedicated mic|
|BATTERY||Li-Po 3680 mAh|