Wallet Friendly Dual Camera
Oukitel U20 Plus
The 3300mAh can last for the entire day for general usage – however if you do find yourself to be in a pinch, there is a battery saver mode that would keep your phone going longer. Let’s say you’re in an extreme pinch with about 1 % left – the extreme battery saver mode keeps it alive for even longer, limiting usage to the essential phone, messaging, clock and contacts.
Given that it is a mid-range phone, it does come with a rather decent dual camera setup. Fitted with a 13MP+0.3MP at the rear, it lets you play around with the aperture settings giving you an SLR type photography experience. The 5MP front is not too shabby, holding up decently for a selfie.
Lacking in performance
While it does your day-to-day tasks pretty well, anything a little bit more does seize it up. Using the navigation apps could be frustrating when the GPS signal keeps dropping. Trying an alternative route, it doesn’t always detect and recalculate. Not sure if it’s a faulty device, or a GPS fault. (Phone tested side by side with another phone on same connection without problems with navigation)
You can take interesting photos, playing with depth of field
Smooth rounded finish, carries some weight so it feels quite solid. Doesn’t feel overheated during prolonged use too.
Use different gestures to take different screenshots – long, normal, cropped, record
Price: RM 639
Dimensions (HxWxD): 15.40 x 7.70 x 0.85 cm
Weight: 195 g
Processor: Mediatek MT6737T cortex A53, Quad Core 1.5GHz,
Memory: 2GB RAM
Storage: 16GB ROM, TF card up to 128GB
Operating System: Android 6.0
Display: 5.5″ FHD (1920 x 1080) with original Sharp glass
Connectivity: · Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, 3G, 4G, GSM; Bluetooth 4.0; GPS, AGPS
Ports: Micro USB v2.0
Others: Rear fingerprint security sensor
AnTuTu 3D Benchmark – 40563
PCMark Android Benchmark – 2918
3DMark – Slingshot Extreme – 173
Verdict: For a phone at this price, it’s decent. Does daily tasks quite alright.
Total Score: 7.4
Reviewer: Satoko Omata