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    UMIDIGI X – Great Budget Smartphone!

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    today we're doing a full review of the Umidigi X and that's coming up right after this if you new here won't stay up to date with the latest tack please hit subscribe followed by the bow so the Umidigi X is another budget phone that offers the features people need without the expensive price tag we get a nearly full screen AMOLED display with a triple camera setup including a 48 megapixel sensor and all for just one hundred and sixty pounds or two hundred and twenty dollars today we'll be doing a full review to find out the good and the bad and see if this could be a suitable choice for you if we start with the unboxing I was actually impressed here and we do get some great quality packaging for such a budget device first in the box we get the phone itself inside a protective case the phone also comes with a screen protector pre-installed next we get a package containing the instruction manual along with the sim removal tool and finally we get the USB wall charger and a USB type-c cable so the Umidigi X is in my opinion a reasonably good looking phone we've got a nearly full screen display on the front thanks to the water drop style notch and on the back we've got a glass panel with a red accent running down from the cameras this is the flame black model I have here but it also comes in a breathing crystal blue so to start with the display is a six point three five inch AMOLED display that's protected by Gorilla Glass 4 brightness levels are great and color looks fantastic one downside here however is that the resolution of the phone is actually 720 by 1548 meaning it's not full HD it still looks nice and clear and of course this is a budget phone but for those of you like myself who are used to full HD plus displays then you will be able to notice a difference the Umidigi X also has an in display fingerprint scanner and this is of course an optical sensor the fingerprint scanner works well and one not the fastest it does unlock the device in plenty of time the phone also has face unlock which works well up but it is of course a 2d face unlock the water drop not houses a 16 megapixel selfie camera but covered the camera test shortly if we switch over to the rear of the device you can see we get a triple camera setup it consists of a 48 megapixel main sensor an 8 megapixel ultra wide and a 2 megapixel depth sensor it's capable of taking videos at a max resolution of 1080p but again we'll cover that shortly the phone is comfortable to hold it comes in at a weight of 210 billion and the phone dimensions are 150 86 by seventy five point six by eight point one millimeters when it comes to hardware the phone's powered up by the Helio P 60 system-on-chip which is an octa-core CPU along with the mali g72 GPU or not the most powerful it is still a fully capable chipset and good enough for things like gaming the phone comes with four gigs of RAM and 128 gig internal storage and you can also expand this with microSD the phone powered by a 4150 milliamp hour battery that easily lasted the day in my testing the fact that it's an AMOLED display at 720p really seems to help with this it comes with Android 9 pie and it's a near stock version of Android with minimal blow wear one thing to mention however is that I wouldn't expect you umidigi to ever release an Android 10 update it is powered by USB type-c and supports dual band Wi-Fi and bluetooth 4

    2 or but it doesn't support NFC great news for audio fans though it does come up with a three and a half mil headphone jack so after using the phone for about a month I can say it's a pretty decent phone considering its price but there are still some drawbacks the phone is smooth and responsive at all times and the software is great the UI looks incredible in the brightness and colors of the display you really do make for a pleasant experience I just wish it could have been 1080p watching media on the device is good but again for those that are used to 1080p then you may notice a difference the speaker was pretty reasonable and what I expected from the device when at full volume the treble did become a little bit tinny if I was to step back a couple of levels it sounds great for those who want to do mobile gaming it's a perfectly capable device as well helio p60 is still able to run the latest mobile games with good detail and frame rates I first tested with asphalt 9 and as you can see it looks and performs well the game plays very smoothly while retaining a constant framerate next I tried call of duty mobile and the graphics setting defaulted to medium it looks great and plays incredibly smoothly and this is definitely an enjoyable experience for gaming after turning the graphic details too high it still played very smoothly and I continued to keep it on this setting and had no issues at all finally I tried pubg mobile and again if performed well it did perform much better on medium settings but it was playable on high for those that are after a cheap phone for gaming then this will be perfectly fine and it will do a great job the fact that we have a three and a half mil headphone jack only makes things better now it's time to take a look at the camera's performance so first we'll check out the video so this is the video taken from the rear camera it's of course at 1080p which is the max setting on the Umidigi X so we'll see how this comes out when I get to the computer and see how the audio comes out as well of course that would be completely unedited I'm not trying to stabilize it here as I want to see how well the stabilization works at when we get it onto the computer so in terms of the rear camera I'm not overly impressed with the video quality in detail but this is a budget phone audio came out pretty well considering there was a little bit of wind there's very little stabilization but I was purposely recording when walking it just to see how this performed now we're testing the selfie camera on the Umidigi X this is the front facing camera of course and it's again at 1080p which is max setting so we'll see how this one comes out there's a bit of wind but it's a sunny day so it should hopefully perform pretty well when it comes to the selfie camera the quality is of course much lower but again the audio was good you can see there was a bit of a struggle with the sun shining on the lens and again very little image stabilization we have to remember of course that this isn't a flagship so we can't expect perfect results when it comes to photography it did perform much better than video in terms of quality in detail or pictures were taken with just a simple point-and-shoot rather than spending time trying to compose a decent shot so it hasn't done too badly in all fairness well it's not the best we still have reasonable detail and color accuracy on the normal shots on portrait shots it did give us the portrait blur effect but it did also blur slightly around the edges of the object that was in focus overall I would say the cameras are performing okay for the cost of the device it's great that we've got the additional wide-angle lens but I think maybe it could have been a better idea to just focus on a single camera and do it's slightly better for those who want to know benchmark results I first ran it through antutu where we got a total score of one hundred and sixty eight thousand one hundred and twenty three if we break that down it was seventy two thousand nine hundred and fifty-eight for the CPU twenty seven thousand 660 for the GPU thirty-eight thousand three hundred and seventeen for memory and finally twenty nine thousand at one hundred and eighty eight for the UX I then headed over to Geekbench and here we got a single core score of two hundred and ninety nine and a multi-core score of one thousand four hundred and sixty five overall it's a nice phone to use and not bad for something that's more budget in the price range the phone was fast and responsive in the screen is both bright and colourful as I said earlier for those that are used to 1080p screens and then it definitely is something to consider well though I didn't really notice when gaming when it comes to cameras it does do the job and while good in its price range I would maybe consider something else if your main need for a phone is just photography but for those who just want a good all-rounder or something cheap for gaming it then it's definitely a great contender of course I've placed links down in the description for Amazon UK and Amazon USA for those of you that want to purchase or simply take a closer look but as always if there is anything I've missed or you've got any questions then just ask in the comments below but thanks for watching the video if you liked it smash a thumbs up if you didn't hit the thumbs down twice and I'll see you guys in the next one

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