In this article, I give you my Umeox X5 review with specs included. We thought the Huawei Ascend P6 was the thinnest smartphone in the world. However, as nothing is eternal, least of all in the world of mobile phones, so this uncrowned end has already lost its crown. The Huawei Ascend P6 has barely made it to the public as the thinnest smartphone in the world, and the Umeox X5 has already arrived to spoil its joy.
What is this all about? It is about one Chinese manufacturer surpassing another and setting new standards when it comes to the thinnest smartphone. Instead of 6.2 mm, the new world record in the thickness of one smartphone is now 5.6 mm and is owned by this phone, ie Mr. Umeox X5.
If we worry about the initial question of whether such a thing is possible and finally understand that in the modern industry everything is possible, but literally everything, we should understand one more thing. Almost all Chinese smartphone manufacturers take the thickness of the device as their main trump card, and Umeox has certainly gone the furthest in that.
Umeox X5 specification
Umeox X5 also received its confirmation on the company’s website, where the first official (teaser) photo appeared. In the meantime, the first information about the specification has arrived, so the Umeox X5 will pack a 5.3-inch screen, dual-core processor, 8-inch main camera, and 3 MP auxiliary. Umeox X5 should run on version 4.2 of the Android operating system.
Umeox X5 vs Huawei Ascend P6
What is striking is that the Umeox X5 has slightly worse characteristics compared to the Huawei Ascend P6, but that doesn’t matter to the manufacturer of this phone. They will definitely be satisfied with the title of the thinnest smartphone in the world. So, the Umeox X5 is the thinnest smartphone in the world!
Umeox X5 date of appearance and sale
Somewhat unexpectedly, the thinnest smartphone will first appear in Europe, more precisely in France this summer, while in the rest of the world it should appear immediately after that. This information is also interesting because no Chinese manufacturer, except for names like Huawei and Oppo, has sold its devices outside of China. However, the excellent price-quality ratio and the globalization of the market have done their part.