UMIDIGI has announced the Mercury Silver color variant of the UMIDIGI S2 Pro smartphone. The highlight of Mercury Silver color variant of UMIDIGI S2 Pro is the integration of 6GB RAM coupled with 128GB internal storage. Moreover, the display features a 5.99-inch display with 18:9 edge-to-edge display.
According to UMIDIGI, the S2 Pro is capable of delivering two full days of backup with the powerful 5100mAh battery. The handset is designed with durability and toughness in mind because of the addition of the full-metal unibody. UMIDIGI S2 Pro features a 13MP dual lens sensor coupled with the powerful Helio P25 processor running at a clock speed of 2.6Ghz. The company added that the phone offers 25% enhanced power efficiency than other competing handsets.
The premium nature of the phone with Mercury Silver color is made possible by making use of a metallic refining process named anodic oxidation treatment. Dubbed as anodizing, a hard layer of oxide film alongside a layer of protective film can be easily generated on the aluminum surface of the handset.
Even though Apple iPhone 7 has adopted the same approach, UMIDIGI has gone one step further and improved the finishing process in the S2 Pro handset. The company has effectively used Electrophoresis Method, which is not only used to improve the quality of the silver but also make it glossy.
The company has opened the subscription system and you have to provide the email address. The team will automatically notify upon the availability of the stock.
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