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UMI Iron Pro Smartphone Launched with Eye Security

UMI Iron Pro mobile has been launched in India with metal frame and along with several attractive security features indeed. This mobile is considered as min ranger and comes with the 5.5inch screen. Interestingly, mobile is also featured with the fingerprint sensor at the rear end followed by the Eyeprint ID sensor for the protection against theft and unauthorized access. Hope you know the Eyeprint sensor takes care of the finest authentication in the world, as your eye veins are the most unique stuff for your exact identification in the world. Let us have more details about the mobile in the following lines.
UMI Iron Pro Smartphone Launched with Eye Security
UMI Iron Pro Smartphone Launched with Eye Security
Highlights of UMI Iron Pro Smartphone:
  • 5.5 inch LTPS Touch screen
  • Dual SIM with 4G LTE
  • Supports USB Type C for Charging
  • MediaTek Octa Core 1.3GHz Processor
  • 3GB RAM & 16GB Internal Space
  • Runs on Android Lollipop OS
  • 13MP Main & 8MP Selfie Camera
  • 3100mAh Battery
Operating System:

The operating system of the UMI Iron Pro Smartphone is made with the Android Lollipop OS version 5.1.1. Perhaps, the same is a customized to form the CyanogenMod 12 OS, whilst the user interfaces as been presented with MiUi 6. Interestingly, this mobile offers you to choose your operating system either with Android Lollipop or CyanogenMod or MiUi 6 or Yun OS and rest at its best. So, this is a mobile with plenty of operating system on it.

Display Properties:

The display properties of the UMI Iron Pro Smartphone are built with better resolution touch screen with the LTPS technology. The display rises up to 5.5 inch with the resolution of Full HD. Here, the LTPS plays 403ppi, which gives you enough clarity on the objects you undergo. The chassis of the mobile is featured with Aircraft grade magnesium aluminum alloy and hence the overall weight of the mobile comes around 148g.

Processor Features:

The mobile is equipped with better processor from the MediaTek Inc and specifically speaking, the model is MT6753. This is an Octa Core CPU and hence it runs with the single octa core Cortex A53 CPU at the rate of 1.3GHz. The built in GPU model, T720 produces better graphical effect at time. The CPU is also coupled to the generous 3GB RAM for the effective multitasking needs.

Camera Features:

The camera of the UMI Iron Pro Smartphone is made up of 13MP sensor and filled with ample of sensors for the right needs of the imaging & video applications. The rear camera is also supported with the dual LED flash for the perfect visualizations. The front end is built with 8MP camera, whilst the OmniVision gives you perfect flash in the needy areas.

Battery:

The battery of the Smartphone is powered by 3100mAh, which will you help you having long journey with the mobile. Also, the price tag of the mobile reads about just $180 and it is really worth for the dual 4G UMI Iron Pro Smartphone.

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