UMIDIGI G1 Max & C1 Max now official; has 6GB RAM and 50MP camera

The UMIDIGI G1 Max & C1 Max, which were leaked few days ago are now official. Both phones are the higher variants to the UMIDIGI G1 and C1 entry-level smartphones that were introduced months ago, and as far as outward looks are concerned, nothing has changed.

Both smartphones are built around a 6.52″ HD+ cinematic display with 720 x 1600 pixels. The frontal panel also has a notch for an upgraded 8MP selfie camera. Interestingly, the main camera is also upgraded to 50-megapixels, along with a 2MP depth sensor.

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Key specifications of UMIDIGI G1 Max & C1 Max at a glance

For performance, the handset is powered by UNISOC T610, an octa-core processor that is paired with 6GB RAM, and a 128-Gigs of internal storage, expandable up to 256GB via a microSD card. On the inside, you are getting a 5,150mAh battery with 10W charging, while Google Android 12 OS is factory preloaded.

The rests highlight of the duo includes a side-mounted fingerprint reader, an AI face technology, a 3.5mm headphone jack, and USB-C. What’s more, it also supports dual Nano-SIMs with global 3G and 4G bands. Regarding color, the C1 Max comes in Starry Black and Matte Silver, while the G1 Max is painted in Galaxy Blue and Starry Black colors.

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About Sale Time & Price

UMIDIGI said the new devices will kick off its first sale on AliExpress along with the 2022 Shopping Festival at a $99.99. This is super crazy pricing considering the presence of Tiger T610, 6GB RAM and a 128GB ROM.

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Giveaway

For warming up the upcoming shopping festival, UMIDIGI is running a giveaway for free G1 Max & C1 Max, A13 Pro Max 5G, and the BISON 2 on their official website. If you’re interested in it, please enter to join.

UMIDIGI G1 and C1 Max official introduction video: https://youtu.be/qsuWACj_zqg

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