UMIDIGI Power 3 coming next month, 48 MP quad camera and 6,150 mAh battery in tow
Earlier today, I received an email from UMIDIGI regarding the upcoming Power 3 phablet, which is scheduled to go on sale next month. Although there is no price to talk about yet, most specs are now official and the UMIDIGI Power 3 looks quite tempting already.
Powered by the MediaTek Helio P60 processor, the UMIDIGI Power 3 also features a 6.53-inch full HD+ FullView display, a 48 MP "Ultra Wide Macro Quad" main camera setup, a yet-to-be-disclosed amount of memory and storage, as well as a 6,150 mAh battery with 18 W fast charging and 10 W OTG reverse charge. NFC is also present, and the operating system that comes pre-loaded is nothing else but Google's stock Android 10.
The global online sales of the UMIDIGI Power 3 will start on November 11, at 00:00 PST. Although the price is not official yet, UMIDIGI mentioned in the newsletter that the Power family of devices aims "to deliver the longest battery life for a phone in the sub-US$200 segment" so the new Power 3 will probably come with a price tag of US$199 or less.
These being said, how much would you pay for the Power 3 (if you are not lucky in this giveaway, of course)? What do you think about the looks of its main camera? Feel free to share your thoughts with us, as usual.
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