New 6000mAh Android Smartphone Launched for Less Than $100!

itel P40 6000mAh smartphone

The itel P40 has become official and constitutes a new addition to the latest entry-level smartphone offering from the brand. It boasts a large display and a big battery as its main selling points. Making it an attractive option for budget-conscious consumers looking for a phone with reliable performance and features.

Itel P40 smartphone introduced with a 6000 mAh battery for less than $100

The P40 features a 6.6-inch IPS LCD screen with HD+ resolution and up to 120Hz refresh rate. The waterdrop notch at the top houses the 5MP selfie camera, while the back of the phone sports a 13MP main shooter and a VGA depth sensor.

Under the hood, the phone is powered by the Unisoc SC9863A chipset, a modest chipset with eight Cortex-A55 CPU cores running at 1.6GHz and a PowerVR GE8322 GPU clocked at 550MHz. While the actual RAM capacity has not been revealed, it is quoted in dynamic RAM included – 64+7GB, 32+6GB, and 64+4GB. It is most likely that the phone will be available in 64/4GB, 32/3GB, and 64/2GB RAM versions.

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The itel P40 runs on the Android 12 Go Edition, a lightweight version of Android designed for entry-level devices. The phone is equipped with a 6,000mAh battery that supports 18W charging, ensuring that the phone can last all day without the need for frequent charging. Additionally, the phone features a fingerprint scanner on the back and Face Unlock features for added security.

The itel P40 costs INR7,699, which is approximately $92, offering excellent value for money for an entry level phone. The phone is available in Yellow, Blue, and Black color options and can already be purchased from the company store.

Overall, the itel P40 is a solid entry level smartphone that offers excellent value for money. Its large display, big battery, and reliable performance make it an attractive option for budget-conscious consumers looking for a phone that can keep up with their daily needs.

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