Ulefone have been fairly quiet this year, but now they’re back with a brand new budget offering in the Ulefone Note 8P. The new device comes in at a very affordable $79.99 price tag, as well as Android GO on board to keep things running smoothly on its rather measly hardware.
The device comes with the MediaTek MT6737 quad-core chip, which isn’t great, but it’s not the worst thing either. We’ve also got a qHD 960x540p display, as well as 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage. There’s a meaty 2,700mAh battery running things at least, which should give good battery life.
There’s a dual camera setup on the back, though it’s nothing fancy. There’s an 8MP main sensor along with 2MP secondary sensor, and neither one features any particularly fancy tricks. There’s also a 5MP front camera sitting in the notch above the display.
We’ve got dual sim slots and expandable storage, but there’s only a microUSB port here. No fingerprint sensor here either, but at least there’s a 3.5mm headphone jack. There’s frankly not much else to say about it. The Ulefone Note 8P very much a budget offering, but you get what you pay for here.