UMIDIGI F1 Review

8 Febrero 2019, 06:16:44

UMIDIGI F1 Review
You can buy an UMIDIGI F1 from various stores such as the official UMIDIGI Store on AliExpress, the official store on Amazon DE or UMIDIGI's own online shop.

OS, UI and software

UMIDIGI F1 arrives with stock Android 9 Pie out of the box. While retaining all familiar Android features, the ninth version of the OS feels much lighter and simpler. For starters, the Lock Screen does not contain the usual voice search and camera shortcuts. You're greeted by a much more cleaner look. The usual swipe up unlocks the device and of course, this can be changed from the Security Settings. The Home Screen offers no changes and as usual, if you swipe to the right from it, you will access the Google Now screen. However, you no longer have the option to disable it because the Home Screen Settings are now removed from the Widgets menu. Actually, it is one of the most drastically limited features as it now contains only the usual set of widgets and wallpapers. It appears after a long touch on an empty space on any of the desktops in the form of a two-row menu. The Volume options have been redesigned entirely. You now get a single, vertically aligned volume bar with an icon for disabling/enabling the sound and an icon for the Sound settings. The Power off menu contains a power off, reboot, and screenshot option. It is wider compared to the stock Power off menu on Android 8.1 Oreo. The Task Manager has been entirely redesigned as well. It tiles the apps horizontally and contains a Clear All button. For every app, there's a circular icon on top of its screen. When you tap on it, you get a menu containing two options - App Info and Split Screen. The Notification cards appear like their floating, which is nice in terms of design but a bit annoying if you tend to get lots of notifications. Each one appears in its collapsed variant and it takes seconds to expand in full as it is only after that that you can dismiss it. The Quick Settings now have larger icons and more toggles per page. The status bar information, including the battery status, time, date and connections are removed. Only the carrier name remains in the bottom left corner, whlie in the right corner you get the toggles editor and shortcut to the System Settings.
As long as it concerns app design and functionality, we did not detect any changes. UMIDIGI F1 arrives with a minimal set of pre-installed applications. The standard Google apps include Calendar, Chrome, Drive, Duo, Files, Gmail, Google App, Keep Notes, Maps, Photos, Play Music, Play Store, YouTube. The default Android apps include Calculator, Clock, Contacts, Downloads, Flashlight, FM Radio, Messenger, Music, Phone, Sound Recorder. All of them are in their stock Android appearance and functionality. Only the Camera app is customized by UMIDIGI. There's a NoteBook app as well, which is again about saving notes just like the Keep Notes one.
The Settings menu has only undergone visual re-design of some of its elements while retaining its arrangement and inner logic. The settings search bar remains on top. When there are suggestions for settings, they appear below the search bar like in older Android versions, but this time they are like cards placed two on a row. In addition, the icons that designate the separate menus are now larger and in colour. All the rest is pretty much the same with minor tweaks here and there. The Network & Internet group manages your Wi-Fi connections, mobile networks, data usage, hotspot and tethering, SIM cards, mobile plans, VPN, airplane mode. On Android 9 Pie, this menu also includes Private DNS connection options - which is a first. The Wi-Fi preferences contain an additional toggle for automatic Wi-Fi turning on when near high-quality saved networks. The Connected Devices menu comes second and has been slightly redesigned. Its home screen contains a direct option for Bluetooth pairing with another device, a history of previously paired devices (if any) and a shortcut to the list of connected devices preferences. The latter, actually, hides all options including NFC, Cast display, Bluetooth, printing, received files list and Chromebooks connections.

The third group of settings manages your apps and notifications, including notification dots, app permissions, special app access, etc. The Notifications options have a new feature added - do not disturb, and one feature is removed - app-specific notifications. The fourth menu is the Smart Assistant one. It begins with the Network Manager which lets you choose which apps should use mobile and/or Wi-Fi networks. The second option is about the navigation type - either on-screen navigation bar or onscreen gestures. The Appblocker which follows is a first for Android and its description reminds us a lot about the DuraSpeed feature - they both block background apps in favour of foreground ones. The following option allows you to set three flip to mute toggles - for calls, alarms and music. ScreenCapture is a feature which allows you to record your interaction with the screen. It works only if the Wi-Fi is stopped. Finally, there's the QR code scanner option.
The Battery comes next and you will find more about it in the Battery section of the review. The Display group of settings follows with the usual options for manual adjustment of the brightness level, an adaptive brightness toggle, Night Light mode, screen saver, wallpapers. MediaTek's MiraVision settings for tweaking the display come back in Android 9 Pie after they were gone from Android 8.0 Oreo. The F1 Display menu also allows you to calibrate the proximity and g-sensor. Last but not least, you get a lift to wake toggle. It is actually quite convenient when you use it together with the face unlock as you don't have to press the power button to light up the screen. Thus, face unlocking is even faster. The Sound menu is next and offers one more volume bar - for the call volume, in addition to the one for the media, rings, and alarms. In the additional sound options, an emergency tone is added as well. The Storage menu remains unchanged compared to Android 8.1 Oreo.

The Security & Location menu remains largely unchanged. Some of the options are removed to make it simpler but you still get the most important ones such as the Google Play Protect, Find My Device, and Security update. There's the traditional choice of screen locks, lock screen settings, smart lock, privacy settings, etc. The fingerprint part offers only creation, deletion, and renaming of your fingerprint ID(s). The Face ID menu allows you to save and remove a Face ID with a toggle of showing a special animation on the Lock Screen that prompts the user to use it. The Accounts menu is as simple as possible, even the emergency settings are removed. The Accessibility menu follows with all standard Android Oreo features. Its downloaded services include an additional option called Accessibility Menu. The interaction controls get an auto-rotate toggle and dwell timing options. Colour correction and Colour inversion are now added as standard options in the display part of the Accessibility settings. They are followed by the fingerprint sensor settings, which allow you to associate an action to a tap, double tap and long press on the sensor. Thus, it can turn into an alternative navigation tool if you find it more convenient to navigate this way. The Google services and preferences menu comes next followed by the DuraSpeed one.
The last menu is the System one. As usual, from here, you can manage the Languages & Input settings, Gestures, Date & Time, Backup, Reset, and About phone. The Language & Input options remain unchanged offering a choice to make more than one language a primary one, use physical and virtual keyboards, a spell checker, personal dictionary and Autofill service. The Gestures sub-menu adds a second option and now in addition to the "jump to camera" one, you get a "prevent ringing" option. The System menu in Android 9 Pie includes a Multiple Users sub-menu or better known as the user management menu. The About phone menu gives general data about the device, as usual, and from here you can check for OTA updates. It has been redesigned a bit. What previously appeared under the Status sub-menu is now displayed forefront and includes the Emergency menu with info and contacts. The whole list of About phone options is headed by an icon designating that you interact with the device as its owner. If you're a guest - it says guest with a corresponding icon next to it. Here you will also see listed the IMEI numbers and MEID as well as IP address, MAC address, Bluetooth details and build number. No kernel and baseband version information is shared.

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SoC: MediaTek Helio P25 (MT6757CD)
Procesador: 4x 2.5 GHz ARM Cortex-A53, 4x 1.6 GHz ARM Cortex-A53, Número de núcleos: 8
Procesador gráfico: ARM Mali-T880 MP2, 900 MHz
Memoria RAM: 6 GB, 1600 MHz
Memoria interna: 64 GB
Pantalla: 6.18 in, IPS, 1080 x 2246 píxeles, 24 bit
Batería: 5080 mAh, Li-Polymer (de polímero de iones de litio)
Sistema operativo: Android 8.0 Oreo
Cámara: 4608 x 3456 píxeles, 1920 x 1080 píxeles, 30 fps