Dual camera for everybody! Oukitel outs the budget-friendly U20 Plus2
So, first things first, the U20 Plus has a polycarbonate body with curvy sides for ergonomics and rounded-off corners of the glass panel for beautiful looks. On the front, there's a 5.5-inch, 1080 x 1920 display with an IPS panel made by Sharp. On the back, we have a fingerprint scanner, which also doubles as a gesture control pad — you can tap or longpress on it and have the phone take a photo, return to the home screen, play or pause music, and other pre-selected functions.
The SoC that hums under the hood is MediaTek's MT6737T — a quad-core chipset clocked at 1.5 GHz. It hovers around the range of Qualcomm's Snapdragon 410 and 415. Oukitel deliberately chose the MT6737T as a low-cost solution, which can support the phone's dual-camera module. Moving on, we have 2 GB of RAM and a 16 GB memory chip on board, which can be expanded via a microSD card of up to 128 GB. The battery in the trunk is a SCUD-made 3,300 mAh cell, so it should last quite a bit, provided the software is optimized.
On to the important question — why does this phone have a dual camera and how does it use it? Well, the Oukitel U20 Plus' main sensor is a 13 MP Sony IMX135, but it's assisted by a secondary one — a 0.3 MP sensor, which is only used to collect image data like distance, depth, and light. Using this, Oukitel's software algorithms should deliver quality photographs and will also give you post-processing options for bokeh focus effects, which is always cool.
On the front, we have a 5 MP selfie snapper, which the phone's software can use for 8 MP interpolated photos, if you insist on higher-res images of your mug.
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