Today, following the schedule, Hisense released its first 5G smartphone. Apart from this feature, the Hisense F50 comes with a UNISOC T7510, which has been announced just recently. This SoC supports SA and NSA dual-mode 5G. Another highlight of this phone is the built-in 5010mAh battery. And for the 6GB + 128GB version, you should only pay 2199 yuan ($310). So we are dealing with one of the cheapest 5G smartphones on the market.
The Hisense F50 5G uses a 6.52-inch waterdrop screen. The back of the fuselage uses nano-scale aurora holographic texture, which supports high-precision optical lens coating technology. As said, one of the key features is the UNISOC T7510 chip. The latter supports SA / NSA dual-mode network (N41 / N78 / N79 and other 5G mainstream frequency bands). Interestingly, it also supports intelligent seamless switching between 5G and 4G.
The UNISOC T7510 inside the Hisense F50 5G uses 2T4R transmission technology. The number of antennas has doubled. Plus, there is a newly upgraded WiFi MIMO dual-antenna technology. It adopts an 8-core CPU architecture, which is composed of four 2.0GHz Arm Cortex-A75 and four 1.8GHz Arm Cortex-A55 cores. At last, it supports 4K @ 30fps codec, 802.11AC, BT 5.0 and other capabilities.
The Hisense F50 5G smartphone sports a 5010mAh large-capacity battery. In its turn, the latter supports 18W safe fast charging technology and uses an 8mm ultra-wide heat pipe.
On the back, there is a quad-camera module. It consists of a 48MP main lens, a 2MP depth of field lens, an 8MP wide-angle lens, and a 2MP macro lens. Plus, the camera supports super night scene, HDR, AI beauty and other functions.