Itel’s brilliance in producing world-class smartphones for African customers is verifiable in its wide range of smartphones on the market. Despite the low prices of their phones, they maintain relatively high standards.
The Itel P12 is a confirmation of this observation made about the Itel brand. The phone was announced and released in November 2018. Its body dimensions are 5.66 x 2.85 x 0.37 inches. It has a weight of 178g and is made of a Brushed Metal body.
The phone supports dual sim mode with 2 Micro Sim cards. In terms of graphics and display, the Itel P12 has an IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen with a 5 inches size. Its screen resolution is 480 x 854. For protection sake, the phone has an anti-scratch screen protector.
The android 6.0 provides a smooth-running operating system for the Itel P12. Its chipset is the Mediatek MT6589 and it runs on a 1.2GHz Quad-core CPU. Graphic processing is one of the key features of today’s smartphones. The Itel P12 seems to be represented quite well in this field with the Mali-400MP1 GPU.
Camera And Memory Card
The camera may not be a strong fort for the Itel P12 but it still has quite a manageable camera. Its rear or main camera comes with a single lens of 5MP. It supports geo-tagging, touch focus, PDAF, HDR, Dual Led Flash Light and supports video quality of [email protected]
The phone’s secondary or selfie camera on the other hand also has a 2MP single lens with LED flashlight.
The Itel P12 doesn’t really perform well in terms of memory capacity. It only comes with an 8GB internal memory and complemented by a 512MB RAM.
Battery and Other Features
If not for anything at all, the Itel P12 deserves some credit for its battery capacity. Scarcely do we see smartphones hold such mega battery power as the P12. It uses a non-removable Lithium-ion battery which holds a power of 5,000 MaH. It doesn’t support fast charging nor wireless charging.
Its talktime endurance rating is pegged at 29 hours while standby and music are pegged at 600 hours and 35 hours respectively.
Some features of the Itel P12 include USB 2.0, Bluetooth 4.2, GPS, FM Radio, accelerometer and proximity.
Price And How To Buy In Ghana
The Itel P12 is admittedly not one of the commonest models of the Itel smartphone series on the Ghanaian market now. It’s in fact one of the scarcely available versions. So, if you are seeking to buy one in Ghana, you’d need a hard search and lots of luck. However, based on projections, you can expect it to be anywhere between GHS 300 to GHS 400 for the brand new. A used version should not cost above GHS 200.
You can check here to see the options available. Always remember to becareful when shopping online.
You may want to check out the Itel S15 as well.
Itel phones may not be the most luxurious or most expensive phones on the market but when it comes to delivering strong battery and basic smartphone features, they do well.
The Itel P12 is no exception to this concept. For anyone looking to buy a simple smartphone without the intention of multitasking or playing games can actually go for this simple phone. It works just fine too.
However, if this doesn’t satisfy your need, you may want to check out our list of Top 5 Smartphones Under 400 Cedis.