Ufone recently launched its own smartphone with a price tag of Rs 5,999 only, making it the cheapest Quadcore smartphone available in the market in the category, outsmarting all competitors, specially Q-mobile.
Initial reports suggest that Ufone U5 Smartphone received tremendous reviews from the users. Consequently, due to high demand and increased interest, It is now reported that the smartphone is not available in the market.
Our readers tell that Ufone Smart U5 was sold-out of the shelves in Karachi initially, however, it is now not available in almost every other city.
When contacted, Ufone representatives clarified the situation saying, “Due to the excellent response, we are experiencing a demand-supply gap, which will be filled in the coming week, as the smart phone will be available yet again at our customer service centres across the country.”
The device offers reasonable battery backup and looks fine given the price at which it’s being offered.
You can check our initial coverage of Ufone U5 here, while Zohair Chohan will be done with the detailed review of U5 by tomorrow.
The specifications of the Quadcore ‘U5’ are as follows:
- A Quadcore processor by Qualcomm (leading processor manufacturing firm)
- 512 MB of Ram
- Android 4.3 (Jelly Bean)
- 4 GB Rom
- Extendable memory up to 32 GB
- 4-inch screen with 400*800 resolution
- A 5-megapixel rear camera.
- A front cam for selfies
- 6 month warranty offered by Ufone
- Price of Rs 5,999/-
With the introduction of 3G technology back in April, the use of smart phones has seen a boom, whereby people from every age group are seen interested in owning a smart phone, specially the elderly are switching from ageing Symbian phones or dumb phones to smart phones, android phones in particular due to range of services which are being offered.