Mobile Mid-range flagships have continued to storm the market with different USPs and the most recent of them all is the production of battery-centric devices.
Yes! The new definition of mobile usage and performance lies in its battery capacity. itel Mobile has proven over and again that it understands the clauses and the bends of the Nigerian smartphone consumer market and their need for a long-lasting battery in an environment with a minimal supply of electricity.
This is not a claim, but a fact; and the brand has no plan to stop keeping to this fact. The introduction of a new power hero device- itel P33, on the brand’s long list of smartphones revalidates the strong presence of itel in the Nigerian market.
Talking about all its intriguing features the device boast of long-lasting battery life with 4000mAh and artificial intelligence power master, 5.5″ HD+ IPS Full Screen which allows an immersive viewing and gaming experience, to a face unlock feature that allows users the opportunity to have easy access to the phone and dual rear cameras for the ultimate artistic photography experience.
It doesn’t end there, the itel P33 is a device full of pleasant surprises
The itel P33 comes with a Quad-core 1.3GHz processor coupled with 16GB ROM with an expandable slot up to 32GB for increased productivity and multitasking, while your quality selfies, pictures, and files can be stored up adequately.
It also has Face ID and fingerprint scanner put in place so unauthorized individuals don’t have access to your device without your consent. It also comes with Android 8.1 (Go edition) OS built to enhance security for content safety, bold style for unique personalization and greater efficiency for battery life and space management. All these and more powered by a long-lasting 4000mAh battery for 80 hours standby time.
What’s more? It’s now more affordable compared to other battery centric smartphones in the market.
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