Ulefone Be Touch 2
Ulefone's Be Touch 2 is available for purchase worldwide for $229.99. Ulefone

The Ulefone Be Touch 2 is the high-end smartphone from the Chinese manufacturer. Gear Best currently is running a flash sale on the device daily at 9 a.m. GMT. It is selling the device with a discount of $50.

The Ulefone Be Touch 2 looks like the iPhone 6 Plus. In fact, there are several videos on YouTube that compare the Ulefone smartphone with the iPhone 6 Plus. The pricing of $229.99 carries freebies like a super slim TPU case, screen guard, free shipping via air mail and a two-year warranty. But $179 flash sale pricing offers only the free shipping and two-year warranty.

The Be Touch 2 is fitted with a 5.5 inches of full HD screen that offers a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. The MediaTek M5672 that features a 64-bit octa-core CPU powers the Be Touch 2 with 3 GB of RAM. The processor clocks at 1.7 GHz.

Gizmo China reports that it is a well-performing smartphone as it scored 45,678 on AnTuTu benchmarks. The native storage provided on the device is 16 GB while the external storage supports up to 64 GB of microSD.

The rear-facing camera of the device is 13 MP whereas on the front there is a 5 MP selfie shooter. It is a dual-SIM smartphone that comes with various connectivity options such as 4G LTE, 3G, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. Like the Apple phablet, the Be Touch 2 also houses a Touch ID fingerprint sensor under its Home button.

Since last year, several Chinese smartphone manufacturers have been trying to enter Western markets. Xiaomi is fast gaining recognition and is currently ranked as the third-largest smartphone manufacturer in the world. It dethroned Huawei, another highly popular Chinese company, to gain the third spot.

Moreover, there are several third-party online retailers based in China such as Gear Best, Coolicool and Tiny Deal that are selling a wide range of low-priced smartphones along with free shipping service across the globe. With promotional offers like flash sales, more people are now purchasing smartphones from lesser-known Chinese brands.

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