After releasing the world’s first ever Android smartphone to have three security features, UMi uses its magic to release one of the most affordable smartphones of 2015, UMi Rome. Now what might be so special about this smartphone? Well, it is the world’s first ever 3GB RAM handset that is going to cost you less than a $100 note. That is right, for less than $100, you get to experience heavy multitasking on your Android smartphone called UMi Rome.

UMi Rome will be available to purchase in two colors:

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·         Champagne Gold

·         Shine Black

The device itself has a 5.5 inch AMOLED display. The interesting to note here is that AMOLED displays are quite expensive and the fact that UMi has managed to keep the price of Rome so low despite having an AMOLED display is quite impressive.

 The resolution of the handset is at 1280 x 720 and the phone is large enough to fit in a 2,500mAh battery and two SIM cards. Not only this, but UMi Rome also provides you with additional flexibility to expand your storage up to 128GB while running those two SIM cards.

As for the question of how much storage comprises of the smartphone’s internal memory, it is 16GB. UMi Rome has a MediaTek MT6753, which has an octa-core Cortex-A53 running at 1.3GHz. There is a Sony IMX179 13MP rear camera, and a 2MP front camera. For an $89 smartphone, another impressive feature of the smartphone is that it has an LTE modem, a dual-band Wi-Fi chip, and a Bluetooth 4.1 chip.

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The standby time of the smartphone according to the company is 6-8 days and the default operating system running is Android Lollipop 5.1. For an $89 smartphone, UMi Rome is definitely something that will get the attention of the masses, as well as giants such as Xiaomi and Huawei.

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