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Review: S-Tell P750 Smartphone: For prolonged use and the best sound

Written by Tyler Rondman

Review: S-Tell P750 Smartphone:

For prolonged use and the best sound

In this review, we inspect the S-Tell P750 Smartphone in detail and have a price tag of $65. The phones equipped with a 3300 mAh battery, a loudspeaker and used quality material. You can find our impression of the components available here in the article.

 

Design and Case

The smartphone is not one of the thinnest. It does have several other important advantages. The phone measures 142 x 71 x 12mm and weighs 214g.

The device has a metal-reinforced structure all around the end with stylishly polished sides that move over to the screen and a removable back cover is present. This means you can remove the battery if it needs replacing. The SIM card and memory cards placed underneath the battery compartment.

A striking thing is a huge grille covering the speaker. It is difficult to say whether this is a sound-generating element. However, the volume is a bit off scale. A worthwhile note is that this is not a stereo speaker so will not reproduce high and low frequencies well and average. The speaker is good. The volume is not great when using multimedia, but in noisy places, it worked out perfectly.

The arrangement of the elements is as follow: on the top, there is a micro USB port and a 3.5 mm audio output, a microphone on the bottom, two standard buttons on the left. There are three touch keys under the screen, even if they are not illuminated. Above the display is a front camera and in closeness illumination sensors.

On the reverse side, there is a silver rim with a camera and a flash. The panel itself is not soft and does not flex when squeezed. The top layers constructed of soft-touch plastic. The rim comes with a color of shades. Of course, in gold, the smartphone looks brighter. However, here and there you note a high level of assembly. The protective films glued right out of the box.

Display

The screen is 5-inches and is accessible and practical to use. They used an IPS matrix, in which the color performance and viewing angles are decent. The display has additional protection, but there is no mention of what the manufacturer used.

The only noticeable fine distinction is that the resolution of the display is less than HD. It has a modest 854 x 480-pixel resolution. You can adjust the brightness automatically and manually. You can change the color temperature via the MiraVision option.

Hardware

The basis of the hardware platform is a MediaTek MTK6580 processor (4 cores, 1.3 GHz frequency) and the Mali-400MP2 graphics chip. In the P750, you can install two SIM cards at once. The handset works with 2G networks (GSM: 850/900/1800/1900 MHz) and 3G (HSPA/WCDMA: 900/2100 MHz).

There is a separate MicroSD memory card slot present and supports up to 64GB. In addition, a bit of free space is left for the operating system, because the built-in memory is only 8 GB. Further, there is 1GB of RAM that is enough for daily use with the set of applications available.

It also launches multimedia programs and if used with graphic-intensive programs you need to reduce the settings. As for wireless technologies, the set of modules is standard and sufficient: Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n and Bluetooth 4.0. Navigation is carried out based on the GPS module.

OS and applications

The S-Tell P750 is running Android 7.0 (Nougat). There are only a few preinstalled applications: Weather BZ, Aptoide, docs to go, and Zacev.Net.

In the settings, you can find the SmartWake function, which is responsible for unlocking the phone. This feature allows you to draw a symbol with your finger on the display. During our test, there were no errors using the interface.

Camera

The camera application is stable. The main one is an 8 megapixels camera that includes an HDR mode and the videos you record with a FullHD resolution and autofocus is present. There is a 2-megapixel front camera available for taking Selfies and the phone can play VGA formats.

The content generated corresponds to the price segment of the tube. Furthermore, you can remove the conditions of bad lighting without problems.

Battery

The P750 has a built-in 3300 mAh battery. Our test results show 20 minutes of video using YouTube takes about 10% of the charge when used at max brightness. If you reset it to a minimum, you can watch a video for 5-hours without stopping. In addition, you can stretch this up to 8-hours if not used with the Wi-Fi connection.

This is practically the same as the numbers on the official website.

  • 19 hours talk time
  • 12 hours of audio playback via speaker
  • 8 hours of video playback
  • 12 days standby time

A regular charger for 5V/1A from 1% to 100% charges the smartphone for 2.5 hours – 3 hours. It depends on the applications active on the handset, and if you are using it in the charging process.

What’s in the box?

The complete set is sure to please all users. It includes not only the smartphone, but also a transparent case made of thick silicone to keep the phone protected from damage. A charger, a USB cable, and a warranty card are also included.

Conclusions

Summarizing the S-Tell P750, we can say with confidence that this smartphone will be of interest to buyers of all age categories. After all, with the excellent performance and loudspeaker it will come in handy for a student who enjoys playing games and videos, and to older people, for whom it is important not to miss a call even in a very noisy place.

The assembly of the case is well and the predominant materials are metal and soft touch plastic. One cannot help but love this device. Therefore, if the display and hardware settings are right for you, then the P750 price of $65 is worth considering as a purchase.

Pros:

  • Large battery
  • Protected Screen
  • Android 7.0 OS
  • Good assembly
  • Cover included
Cons:

  • 8 GB of internal memory

About the author

Tyler Rondman

When he isn't enjoying the beautiful Northwest outdoors, you can find Tyler on business and tech sites, writing about the latest news, analyzing trends, and generally making the Internet a more interesting place.