A few weeks ago, itel Mobile, a leading global provider of mobile devices announced that they are working on a new smartphone but did not reveal much about the device including the name and specification.
For four days now, itel Mobile has been dropping teasers of their next smartphone; revealing some of its specifications and a countdown to the launch of the phone which will be official on July 3rd. Ahead of the launch, the live leaked images and rumored specs of the device have surfaced online.
According to my source, the name of the upcoming itel Mobile smartphone is itel P51 and it will sports a 5.5-inch HD IPS display smartphone with screen resolutions measuring 1280 x 720 pixels.
Just as it was revealed by the company itself, the device will boot Android Nougat 7.0 OS out of the box and is juiced by a 5000mAh battery with the Ultra-Power Saving Mode installed on the device to help users minimize the way the phone consumes battery.
The itel P51 is expected to be powered by a Quad-Core Mediatek processor coupled with 1GB RAM and expandable internal storage memory of 16GB, up to 32GB storage capacity via Micro SD card.
Rumored Highlight Specs Of Itel P51
1. Android Nougat 7.0 OS out of box
2. 5000mAh battery capacity
3. 5.5 HD IPS Display
4. 1GB RAM and expandable 16GB Internal storage up to 32GB via Micro SD Card
5. 8MP back camera
6. Full mental body
7. Colors: Blue, Black, and Gold.
Rumor has it that the device will come in the full metal body and it will slimmer than its predecessors despite the large battery-packed behind it. The P51 is expected to come in three colors; Blue, Black, and Gold.
Camera-wise, it is rumored that the phone will pack a rear 8MP shooter with Autofocus sensor and it would retail between 30,000 – 34,000 Naira.
Guys, what do you think about this upcoming itel mobile smartphone? Yay or Nay?
Thats a very poor one.. Who uses phone with 1G RAM in this age . As much as i love battery life and OS. You cant multitask on this phone.. Infact the 2G Ram infinix am using sev is still complaining.. Thats a poor one. They should learn to do market survey before pushing out ew stuffs. My opinion though