Our 2016 flagship Ulefone Future is so named because we want it to come out innovative and innovation always means something conventional must be abandoned. That’s why conventional touch keys will disappear on the lower jaw of Future for in-screen virtual buttons.
Please have a look at our latest video about the Future. You can slide up your finger from the jaw to display to call out the navigation bar, which consists of the buttons for recent apps, home, and back, plus another one to pull down the toggle. The bar can also be hided any time you want, so technically it will not occupy the display when you are watching a picture or video.
For those who will stick to the conventional way of pulling down, they can choose another pattern of navigation bar without the toggle button. Besides, Ulefone Future will offer option to change the order of virtual buttons for the convenience of right or left hands.
One thing good about the virtual keys is that we don’t have to make a long jaw for the Future and that’s partly why Ulefone will be smaller than most 5.5-inch phones.