The Ulefone T1 can be ordered now for $199.99
Ulefone announced the launch of the T1 just over a month ago, with the device standing out in particular due to the LTE bands it supports; a possible indicator of the OEM's desire to expand into western markets.
The Ulefone T1 only just went on sale today, and it can be gotten at a pre-order bargain price of US$199.99, which is a whopping $100 off its supposed regular retail price. You'd do well to take that retail price with a pinch of salt, though, as the phone is more likely to sell for somewhere in the region of US$250. Still incredible value for the features and specifications it lists.
The T1 sports a 5.5" FHD display, 6GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, dual rear cameras (16MP+5MP), a 5MP selfie shooter, and a 3680mAh battery. It's powered by MediaTek's mid-range Helio P25, which is built on a 16nm manufacturing process—effectively ensuring efficient power consumption.
Design-wise, there's a chance Ulefone could have done a bit more with this, as it looks just like another iPhone 7 Plus clone.
Case in point.
These don't look alike at all.
The pre-sale period will last until August 6, and you can place an order here.