March 7, 2021 4:17 AM
Umidigi F2 Front View shows punch hole display
Umidigi F2

Umidigi F2 will Come with 48MP AI Quad Camera & Android 10

Umidigi F2 is the successor to Umidigi F1

Umidigi is a brand well known in certain markets but is an absolute ghost in some others. The timely updates with a value for money offering are the significance of Umidigi in the smartphone industry. The company has recently launched Mi A3 Killer Umidigi X (Pros & Cons) at a cheaper price tag. Now a few pictures popped up revealing some key details about their upcoming device Umidigi F2. This will be the successor to the F1 and will come with Android 10 on board.

All the pictures that popped showed the device with Android 10 patch on top. Yes, they have been sending out timely updates but this will be the first from the Chinese company to come with Android 10 pre-installed.

Umidigi F2 Leak Poster
Umidigi F2 Leak Poster Reveals Some Key Details

All three pictures show that Umidigi F2 is all about best mobile photography in that price range. But what can be seen clearly on these pictures is that the device will come with a notch-less display. No, it won’t have a pop-up camera either, instead, we have the hole punch camera on the top left corner. It is a really small hole and together with a thin chin below provides a very high screen to body ratio. This looks like a complete 2019 device from the front.

Moving on to the other details on the pictures, we see a watermark on a photo of a butterfly zoomed in. The watermark says that it is a quad-camera setup with a 48MP Sony sensor on board. The zoomed-in the detailed picture of the butterfly also shows that there will be a macro camera on-board, as seen on the Realme 5 Pro. As for the other two lenses, we will see a wide-angle lens and a depth-sensing lens or a telephoto lens for clicking portraits or zooming in on an object without losing out on quality.

The last picture reads bright and clear selfies. So we can expect the 32MP from Samsung which uses the pixel binning technology to cramp four pixels into one. This results in a picture with better details and accurate colours.

As of now, we have no leaks suggesting anything about the price, launch or availability. We will have to wait for the official words from the company or for any other leak to surface online again about the Umidigi F2.

About Sagar Choudhury

He is a journalist at DealNTech. He writes on general Android related tech news. He contributes in other categories too. He was working for many other publications. Now a proud member of DealNTech team. He is also a good programmer and web designer. Email:

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