Today, we received the latest specs for the UMi Zero 2, and it will now be released in the second quarter of next year with a Helio X20 chipset from MediaTek under the hood. That means that the device will offer a deca-core CPU. The phone will be equipped with a 5.2-inch Super AMOLED screen with a 1440 x 2560 resolution. That works out to a 565ppi pixel density. The screen, by the way, is being produced by Samsung.
The UMi Zero 2 is obviously sporting high-end specs. It will have 4GB of RAM inside, along with 64GB of native storage. The phone is equipped with a dual camera setup on back, in order to offer certain Lytro-like features. You should be able to change the focal point of a picture after it has been processed on the handset.
UMi says that the Zero 2 will be priced at an affordable $299, which would seem to represent a pretty good value. That is, as long as the company doesn't change the specs and the design again.
UMi Zero 2 to be released in Q2 for $299, powered by a deca-core CPU