The CES 2019 is getting rather interesting. While we didn’t see a significant smartphone unveil at the event, we’ve got some exceptions. Hisense is a smartphone manufacturer that unveiled an astonishing smartphone at the event. The HiSense U30 is the new handset, and it gets the all-new Snapdragon 675 SoC inside.
Above all, the handset gets a surprisingly capable camera setup with Samsungs own ISOCELL Bright GM1 48MP sensor – the first phone to do so. Also, there is a secondary camera with a 5MP depth sensor. Below, the camera rests a fingerprint reader.
Despite the basic specifications on the handset, it bears a punch-hole camera display. The display measures 6.3-inch diagonally, and it is an FHD+ panel. The panel comes from Tianma, and the panel is first of its kind from the company. Anyways, the camera hole bears a whopping 20MP selfie shooter.
The HiSense U30 packs inside 6/8GB of RAM with 128GB of onboard storage. The memory is not expandable, and the smartphone runs on Android 9 Pie on top of Vision UI 6. The smartphone bears a massive 4,500 mAh battery and has support for Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 4.0.
The aesthetics on the Hisense U30 are impressive too. The handset comes with cowhide texture on the back, it seems like leatherette backs fell out of fashion a few years ago.
The handset will go on sales in March 2019, and it will embark its first sales in China, Russia, and parts of Europe. We have no details on the pricing of the handset at this moment.