Announcement. Itel P40 - budget smartphone for India (Pseudo-memory vs Common sense) - Mobile News World - Helpix

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An inexpensive Itel P40 smartphone has been announced in India. Small, but with a powerful battery.

Sadly, but the forces of good finally defeated the forces of reason. Because the amount of memory for it is specified like this and only like this:

I.e. the manufacturer indicates the amount of RAM already taking into account its pseudo-expansion due to permanent memory. And nothing else. Nowhere, neither on the specification page, nor in the notes in small print, the real amount of RAM is reported to us. Well, in fact. "For what purpose are you interested ins"? Well, yes. Most likely, it is from 2 to 4 GB. But this is inaccurate.

Other characteristics.

Very low-end and low-power chipset Unisoc SC9863A, so we expect AnTuTu to be around 100,000 points.

The screen is typical for inexpensive smartphones. Diagonal 6.6" (105 cm²), low resolution 720x1612 (267 ppi), no increased refresh rate.

The battery is excellent, 6000 mAh. Charging slightly accelerated - 18 W.

The cameras are the simplest. 5 MP front, 13+0.3 MP rear.

Other. There is no NFC module, but there is a fingerprint scanner. Android is only Go Edition. USB hole type not specifiedan. But, I suspect that there is still Micro.

The price is humane. Itel P40 will cost from ₹7699 (₽7100, $93.8).

Itel P40 main features:

ScreenS-IPS, 6.6", 105 cm², 720x1612, 267 ppi, 60 Hz, 120 Hz sensor polling rate, 16M colors, touch, capacitive, multi-touch HardwareUnisoc SC9863A
8 x Cortex-A55, PowerVR GE8322 Memory RAM 2-4 GB, ROM 32-64 GB, Micro-SD up to 512 GB Mobile InternetLTE
EDGE Mobile networksLTE
GSM Li-Pol battery, 6000 mAh, fast charging 18 W Rear camera: dual, flash, autofocus
- 13 MP, f/1.85
- 0.3MP
front camera: 5MP, no flash, no autofocus NavigationGPS OSAndroid 12 Go edition SensorsFingerprint scanner (rear) USBMicro v2.0

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