The Ulefone Be Pro has a 5.5 inch screen, with a 1280 x 720 resolution and a pixel density of 267 ppi. While not the best resolution in this size range the display is still very pleasant.
Powered by MTK6732 SoC which has 4 A53 cores clocked at 1.5 GHz and backed by 2GB of RAM. Combine that with an almost stock build of android and you get a smooth and fast experience. Graphically intensive games seem to work really well thanks to the powerful Mali T760, also having an only 720p display means there aren’t that many pixels to push around.
The phone comes equipped by a 13MP back camera made by Sony and an impressive 8MP front camera. The pictures taken by the back camera at good light come out great. They are vivid, full of detail and color.
When it comes to battery life it’s quite decent, the 2600 mAh will get you thru the day of moderate to heavy use, however if you are a heavy mobile gamer you might want to get an extra battery since games tend to drain its battery quite quickly. Also worth mentioning is that that the battery is fully charged in less than two hours.
Once you boot up the Ulefone Be Pro you quickly realize that they went with an almost completely stock android experience. This keeps the UI running fast and smooth. And instead of adding unnecessary bloat they decided to add some software bonuses that do add to the experience. One of my favorites is the ability to customize the LED notification light. You can decide what kind of light blinks for what kind of notification. While yes this can be done with apps as well it’s nice to see it built in. Other enhancements are seen in the camera app with features like beautify mode. All in all the software is really good and gets the job done. And because it’s so stock like Ulefone has already said that they will be updating the phone to Android 5.0 Lollipop quite soon.