Possible Interpretation of the Number 100 in the UMIDIGI Note 100 Model

We are back with news and speculation about the upcoming new UMIDIGI Note 100 model. As it is the first product in the Note series, UMIDIGI will try to put in 100% effort to create a perfect product, aiming to provide consumers with a perfect score of 100 in terms of experience. This reflects the expectations for the product and may be one of the reasons why the manufacturer named it “100”. Of course that is only our idea, but looks quite relevant.

Additionally, according to our understanding, among the current mobile phone manufacturers, only Redmi and Infinix continue to produce Note series. Recently, realme also launched its Note series to compete in the market. The latest in the Redmi Note series is Note 13, Infinix’s latest Note series is Note 40, and realme’s first Note product is named realme Note 50. UMIDIGI’s first Note product is named Note 100, which is undoubtedly a clever approach. It carries the connotation of a perfect score of 100 while cleverly trying to position itself ahead of its peers. In the end it’s only literally a numbers game, but from a marketing standpoint it certainly delivers.

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What should we expect from Note 100 ?

Regarding other product information for the UMIDIGI Note 100, there is a scarce of details. Could we speculate about getting 120Hz high refresh rate screen, 100W fast charging, and a 100MP main camera, as implied by its model number ? At least from the previous leaks it looks highly probable, that the phone will be breaking the 7-inch display barrier. And present an equilateral screen design, triple camera setup and battery capacity over 5000 mAh. So quite solid baseline specs.

We will continue to monitor the situation over at the official UMIDIGI website, so you are not missing out on anything new. With the lack of the “Note” models among the brands we would certainly like a new one soon.

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