UMi Iron Pro, The World’s Most Secure Android Smartphone Is Finally Up For Pre-Order – Here Is How To Get One Yourself
With UMi Iron Pro officially announced, the company has stated that pre-orders for the smartphone have already commenced. If you are interested, then here is how you can get yourself the first ever Android smartphone to ever sport three different security features.
UMi Iron Pro Pre-Order – Here Is How To Get One For Yourself?
Currently, UMi Iron Pro is being offered at Geek Buying and comes for a price of $178.95. The advantage that the consumer has is that when they order the handset, the item will be shipped to their region without charging anything extra charges (images given below). The simplest way to place your order for UMi Iron Pro is to create an account and log onto the e-commerce website and place your order. There are several methods to pay for the smartphone, ranging from PayPal to a wire transfer, so completing the transaction is going to be a complete breeze.
As for the hardware specifications of UMi Iron Pro, according to the details posted on the company’s website, UMi Iron Pro is incorporated with a MediaTek MT6753 chipset that is running eight Cortex-A53 cores at a speed of 1.3GHz. In terms of performance, it might be slower than a MT6752, but it will definitely provide a nice challenge to the likes of Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 and Snapdragon 615. Additionally, there is 3GB of LPDDR3 RAM present inside the handset, which will definitely provide users with additional headroom when they are opening up multiple applications or immersed in intensive mobile games.
Despite the fact that internal storage is on the low side (16GB), there is a removable tray in which you can either place two SIM cards, or one SIM card and a 64GB microSD card. UMi Iron Pro is running Android Lollipop 5.1 ‘out of the box’, so it is expected that a Marshmallow update will be released for it in the distant future. For the smartphone camera enthusiasts, there is a 13MP Sony IMX214 rear sensor, along with an 8MP OmniVision OV8850 front camera. While this is an odd combination, we want to remind you that the front camera sensor is the same one present in Nexus 6, so you will still be able to capture decent images and videos from it.
For wireless connectivity, there is an 802.11n (dual-band) wireless adapter, and as much as we wanted to see an 802.11ac wireless adapter, we have to take into account the price tag of UMi Iron Pro. Instead of a MicroUSB USB port, UMi is keeping pace with technology and has incorporated a Type-C USB port. The device itself has a screen size of 5.5 inches and radiates a resolution of 1080p. For some, the smartphone might be a tad bit large for to fit in their palm, while for others, the size will be perfect.
UMi Iron Pro has also followed the same color approach as Apple’s iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus and will be releasing a Rose Gold variant in the near future. Let us not forget the highlight of purchasing the handset; it is the world’s first to feature three security features; fingerprint scanner, iris scanner and voice recognition function and its 3,300mAh is sufficient to provide users with a whole day of battery life.
After looking at all the specifications, will you proceed and purchase the smartphone? Let us know your thoughts.