Wiko UFeel Fab
Although there are many phones with much higher specs for camera, the 13MP that this phone carries does a pretty good job for giving clear photos. The front camera is a 5MP, with flash – so low light selfies are no problem.
While the benchmark scores doesn’t show it, the phone is pretty reactive to general operations on the phone. Swapping between apps, checking emails, browsing social media – it works perfectly with negligible lag. However, for any graphics heavy applications – it does tend to load rather slowly. Plus point – as far as I was emulating a heavy usage, it doesn’t freeze up – just slows down significantly.
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While most phones lasts about a day, the Wiko Ufeel Fab comes with a 4000mAh battery, which lasts comfortably for a day or more. For daily usage of navigation, browsing internet, emails, texts and calls, it will carry on for a day or more without needing to top up.
While you can’t remove the backs of phones nowadays, with most opting for a SIM tray at the side – this phone has SIM and micro SD card slots at the back accessible by removing the back cover.
The built of the phone is smooth and feels really solid.
Price: RM 799
Dimensions (HxWxD): 154.35 x 77.15 x 10.60 mm
Weight: 201 g
Processor: Quad-Core 1.3GHz, Cortex-A53
Memory: Up to 3GB RAM
Storage: Up to 32GB ROM
Operating System: Android 6.0 Marshmallow
Display: 5.5″ HD IPS
Graphics: ARM Mali-T720
Connectivity: · Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Wi-Fi Direct, hotspot; Bluetooth 4.0; GPS
Ports: Micro USB v2.0
Others: Front fingerprint security sensor
AnTuTu 3D Benchmark – 28066
PCMark Android Benchmark – 2412
3DMark – Slingshot Extreme – 102
Verdict: This is a solid phone for day to day work and light entertainment.
Total Score: 7.6
Byline: By Satoko Omata