Itel P38 review
Honest Itel P38 review by users. The Itel P38 series is now available in various markets including Kenya retailing at around KES 10,000 (USD 85.4). The dual-SIM P38 is the successor to the Itel P37 series.
Review of Itel P38 specs
The Itel P38 specs reviews are positive for the sleek plastic body and smooth design which has an upgraded fingerprint scanner on the back.
It is a lightweight smartphone at 191 grammes, measuring 166 x 76 x 8.7 mm, making it convenient to carry around.
The wider screen ratio of 90 percent allows the user a comfortable wider vision experience, a slight improvement to the Itel P37. It has better display for gaming and videos with vivid colours.
The Itel P38 series runs on the most recent Android 11 Go Edition with a PowerVR GE8320 GPU graphics processor. Enhanced security features include face and fingerprint unlock dual security protection, with facial recognition high tech.
Itel P38 camera and storage review
For its price, the Itel P38 review of the 8MP dual rear camera and 5MP selfie camera may be disappointing. They could do better given the available competing options. The photos still come out great, though.
However, Itel compensates for this with the 32+2GB storage and memory. There is a microSD card slot which accommodates up to 64GB.
Itel promises an incredible 5000mAH battery performance. 26 hours talk only, 51 hours if playing music only, and 10 hours for watching videos. Gamers can enjoy for up to 6.5 hours. If the phone is on standby, you won’t recharge for up to 12 days.
What then if recharge is three times faster at 15W? And a 10-minute charge to support a 3-hour call! Incredible, right!? This takes into the category of the best phones to have for people on the move.
Only time will tell once we have had enough time to gauge the battery performance, but this is a great promise.
The Itel P38 review of the three colour options of nebula black, galaxy blue and spruce green finds that Itel is keen to stand out on the shelves with the unique styles.
Please share your experience with the Itel P38 below. What do you like/dislike?