Higher specs have long been the overwelming motive force to the mobile phone industry. The CPU grow from single core to 8 cores, from blow 1GHz to nearly 2.5GHz. Display expanded from 3.5-inch to 6-inch,from WVGA to 2K. Camera rose from 3MP to 40MP. Yes people were enthusiastic about these yet growing more and more bored.
What’s the point of all the stunning figures if mobile phones just become ever harder to use? Many phone makers are now asking themselves about this question and want to make a change. Ulefone is one of them.
All people need might have been a phone just good to use! It’s the first thought that came into our mind when we decided to make a difference. Since smaller size is definitely better for one-hand operation, can we make phone that’s not so large? It’s quite risky, because we may lose something to show off, like “5.5-inch FHD display for stunning visual impression”. Such titles may not be very attractive, yet means something to somebody. But what are we going to say about 5-inch?
After a long struggle over this issue, we realise all in a sudden that we were trapped into orthodox again. Why we should think about specs since only user experience make sense?. “Don’t think about specs, just think how to make a good phone”, we agreed. Then the size was no longer a problem. 5-inch, it’s not too small to the eyes and not too big for one hand. Why not?
To decide on the size of Ulefone Paris was the first step, and the most important step as well, because we had escaped from the hook of high specs and focused ourselves on something significant.