UMIDIGI, a popular Chinese-based smartphone manufacturer has been releasing a wide range of devices. The UMIDIGI S2 ships with 4GB and 6GB of RAM respectively coupled with an 18:9 aspect ratio 5.99-inch bezel-less display panel. It is possible to perform any work with the devices because of excellent specifications.
The company has released a new video, which demonstrates the gaming performance of the UMIDIGI S2. In the video, UMIDIGI explores how MOBA gaming is capable of running smoothly on the handset. With a runtime of 35 seconds, the video reveals that the MOBA can be played very easily without any lags with the UMIDIGI S2 handset.
The game was played with a 5.99-inch display and 4GB RAM. The aspect ratio of 18:9 helps users to explore the wide angles of the display. Even though the MOBA game was played with 4GB RAM, the performance of the game will be very smooth on a device with 6GB RAM. You can expect enhanced performance with 6GB RAM.
In addition to RAM, the UMIDIGI S2 ships with an Helio P25 processor, 64GB internal storage, dual rear cameras paired with a 5100mAh battery. Designed using full metal unibody, the UMIDIGI S2 provides support for fast charging via USB Type-C port. According to company sources, the UMIDIGI S2 is the first phone in the world to offer two days of backup time.
The UMIDIGI S2 is currently available for registration on the official website. The e-mail address should be provided and the relevant customer will be notified when the handset is available for sale. The company also announced a Mercury Silver edition of the phone and will be released within the next few days. A special EUROPA edition will also be released before the end of 2017.
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