The Itel P40 has gone official and is a new addition to the brand’s latest flagship smartphone offering. It boasts a large display and large battery as its main selling points. Making it an attractive option for budget users looking for a phone with reliable performance and features.

Itel P40 featured smartphone with 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 a 5MP selfie camera, while the back of the phone houses a 13MP primary 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 clocked at 1.6GHz and a PowerVR GE8322 GPU clocked at 550MHz. Although the actual RAM capacity has not been revealed, it is quoted as including dynamic RAM – 64+7GB, 32+6GB and 64+4GB. Most likely, the phone will be available in versions with 64/4GB, 32/3GB and 64/2GB RAM.

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the itel P40 runs Android 12 Go Edition, a lightweight version of Android designed for entry-level devices. The phone is equipped with a 6000mAh battery that supports 18W charging, which ensures that the phone can last a whole day without the need for frequent charging. The phone also features a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner and face unlock features for added security.

The Itel P40 costs INR 7,699, which is roughly $92, offering excellent value for money for an entry-level phone. The phone is available in yellow, blue and black colors and can now 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, large battery and reliable performance make it an attractive option for budget users looking for a phone that can handle their daily needs.

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

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