UMIDIGI Plus E V3.02_20170605 ROM - SPFT + OTA release

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UMIDIGI Plus E V3.02_20170605 ROM - SPFT + OTA release

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Post time 2017-6-20 16:24:12 | Show all posts
I'm pretty sure they will come up to a brand new reason, hopefully even better than previous one. Maybe something like "Well, developpers just told me that due to the form factor of umi plus E, SDK provided by MTK will not fit inside. We are doing our best, trust me"

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Post time 2017-6-20 22:44:04 | Show all posts
UMIDIGI is making the biggest ridiculous, before its customers

http://www.devicespecifications.com/en/comparison/e43ac55c5

After seeing this.....  I do not know what motive can be invented ...  mister Bencebacsi.








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It's an MT6757D processor, a newer one, not the same MT6757 (without any letter at the end) used in Plus E.  Post time 2017-6-21 07:18

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Post time 2017-6-21 01:58:46 | Show all posts
bencebacsi replied at 2017-6-20 06:22
Hi,
You've probably turned on Battery saving mode and such a profile is set where bluetooth is turn ...

Hello again. I've done what you said and it works! Thank you!
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Back2business replied at 2017-6-20 16:24
I'm pretty sure they will come up to a brand new reason, hopefully even better than previous one. Ma ...

Please let me ask back. Do you know an other smaprtphone on earth, that's built with Helio P20 SoC and was released in 2016 and was really available for purchase in 2016 like the UMi Plus E? All the examples you (generally the complaining users here) are used to mention was released much later, mostly in March or April of this year and are based on later, different variants of the Helio P20 processor.
You can see that, all other higher specs UMI(DIGI) phones, Super, MAX, Plus, Z and Z Pro have received their Nougat upgrades. Do you really think that, the lack of that upgrade for Plus E is the result of lazyness or some kind of evil and harmful attitude? Why? How could you think that with clear mind? Even from the aspect of business, the Plus E is a much more popular and also newer model then the MAX. Despite the lower rate of sale, MAX has received that upgrade because that was possible. Obviously, a Nougat upgrade could further increase the sales of UMi Plus E. You can think that, it's an evil company (sounds ridiculous) but do you really think that, they are so stupid as well, they don't want to sell more handsets?

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Post time 2017-6-21 10:43:30 | Show all posts
bencebacsi replied at 2017-6-21 07:44
Please let me ask back. Do you know an other smaprtphone on earth, that's built with Helio P20 SoC  ...

Bencebacsi, Is there a position from MediaTek about the SDK?
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kael.bm replied at 2017-6-21 10:43
Bencebacsi, Is there a position from MediaTek about the SDK?

Not yet. I share here all information I get.

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Post time 2017-6-21 14:55:57 | Show all posts
bencebacsi replied at 2017-6-21 07:44
Please let me ask back. Do you know an other smaprtphone on earth, that's built with Helio P20 SoC  ...

Ben,

Thanks for your effort in coming up with an answer, but once more your answer is missing the point.
Anyway, keeping on arguing and debating about your products or your company is pointless.
Do what you have to.
We are doing what we have to.
We'll see in a while who won.

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Post time 2017-6-21 23:15:58 | Show all posts
tmasrour replied at 2017-6-20 06:58
This comparaison says it all (look under SoC): http://www.devicespecifications.com/en/comparison/3 ...

Thanks Ben for the detail. And please don't take some of the comments too personally - we're just a bunch of users who would like to have their phones up-to-date (OS wise). I'm sure umidigi is aware of that but it sometimes feels like something more could be done from the company towards its partner/provider to keep up. Android 7/N is now 10 month-old and I guess we're already wondering about Android 8/O. In the end, that's one of the differentiating and attracting factor among so many Android phone providers: their capacity to produce good quality equipment and maintain them up to date in a fast paced environment.

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Post time 2017-6-22 15:05:26 | Show all posts
tmasrour replied at 2017-6-21 23:15
Thanks Ben for the detail. And please don't take some of the comments too personally - we're just  ...

Up to date Oswise, yeah, but security wise would be even better.
Guys, security patch is from January ! thousands of high level security issues have been corrected since !

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Post time 2017-6-24 07:59:00 | Show all posts
Hi guys, Since I did this new update my has been acting crazy. It disconnect wifi and mobile data on it own. And its say these no sim in the phone. Please help Im using this phone for business. THank you

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