The Ulefone Note 6 joins the fleet of low-cost smartphones in Ulefone’s catalog of smartphones designed for enthusiasts in the market for smartphones that won’t leave holes in their pockets. This device falls in the low-end category which is well expected. More info will be disbursed in the body of the article.
Ulefone Note 6 Key Specs & Features
6.1 inches IPS LCD, 720 x 1560 Pixels (~282 PPI)
Android 11 (Go Edition)
Quad-core Unisoc SC7731e Processor
32GB Built-in Storage, With SD-Card Support Up to 128GB
5MP Rear Camera
2MP Front Camera
Non-Removable 3300 mAh Li-Ion Polymer Battery
Design and Display
The design on the Ulefone Note 6 may not be cutting edge however, there is no denying the fact that we can see traces of efforts to make the design a bit more than the norm. It doesn’t exactly look like a low-budget smartphone, at least from the photos.
On the rear, we have a gradient design that encompasses three shades of a colour. The rear holds a camera module and also some branding, with the Ulefone branding being the major here, indicating it’s a Ulefone smartphone.
Speaking on colour options, the Ulefone Note 6 comes in four colour options include Black, Green, Purple, Red.
Moving up front, we have a 6.5 inch IPS LCD with a drop notch housing a selfie camera. This display has a resolution of 720 x 1560 Pixels and a density approx 282 PPI.
On-board the camera department of the Ulefone Note 6, is a very basic camera setup, which is pretty much expected, considering the fact that it’s a low-cost Android smartphone.
On the rear, we have a single 5MP camera capable of shooting videos with a resolution capped at 2592×1944 pixels, while upfront we have a single 2MP camera capable of shooting videos with a resolution capped at 280×720 Pixels.
The Ulefone Note 6 is pretty much a low-end smartphone as discussed in the introductory paragraph. It’s basically the kind of smartphone that suits non-power intensive tasks, anything more than that will be setting yourself for some display of immense lag.
Onboard its performance train, you will find a Quad-core UniSOC SC7731E processor, a Mali-T820 MP1 GPU, 1GB RAM, 32GB internal storage with SD-Card support up to 128GB, and a non-removable lithium-polymer battery.
On the software side, we have a stock Android user interface running on the Android 11 Go operating system, which is a stripped-down basic Android operating system, with non-power intensive app versions.
The Ulefone Note 6 features a 3.5mm headphone jack, a MicroUSB 2.0, Bluetooth 4.2, and WiFi / Hotspot.