Ulefone has consistently been keeping its promise to its Paris smartphones users by releasing at least one new update for the device every month.
With the latest update, designated Update 20160107, the company has fixed several issues with the device as well as adjusted some of its features including the problem of bold characters for unread e-mails, allowing incoming calls for SIM1 and SIM2 to be set with different ringtones, increasing the working distance of the proximity sensor, and allowing the torch to be used even when the battery is below 15% power.
The company has also announced that it will keep its promise of releasing an Android 6.0-based ROM for the Paris sometime in March. According to the company, they already have a beta version of the ROM and the final version should be finished on time without issues.
The Ulefone Paris has been the company’s best-selling budget device ever since the device launched last September. The Paris features 2.5D glass panels surrounded by a metal frame, a 5.5-inch 720p resolution HD display, a MediaTek MTK6753 64-bit octa-core processor, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage, and a 13-megapixel OV13850 rear camera, among others. It’s currently available for around USD119.99 at several online retailers such as Gearbest.com and will come with a flip cover and a tempered glass screen protector as bonuses.[source]