. The HIT P10 tries to be an interesting option for those who want a device focused mainly on battery autonomy and good performance, and the time has come to see if it delivers. What it promises. Do you want to check everything we think about it? So go ahead and check out this complete review of tudocelular.com.. The HIT P10 has been redesigned in relation to its predecessors, both in the rear and in the front.. The device is still built in plastic, but now has a textured finish that helps with the grip and still looks more elegant with circular effects in the reflection, according to the way the light hits. Still at the rear. We have the three cameras vertically aligned in the upper left corner with the LED flash just below and the fingerprint reader centered.. The system is not one of the fastest to recognize the unlock, but in general the sensor itself works well.. The screen still does not have the best frontal use in the category with a very noticeable chin, but at least the side edges are thinner and the? U notch of HIT Max gave way to the drop cut, which makes everything more harmonious.. The volume and power buttons are on the right side. There is a hybrid drawer for two chips and a Micro SD card on the left side, and there is a P2 port for headphones on the top and on the bottom there is a micro, USB port and the sound output.
. Here you can see two grids, but the HIT P10 has only one sound output for the media reproducing mono sound. Because of the advantageous edges. The HIT P10 ends up being a little bigger than models like the Galaxy A32, which has a slightly larger screen, but can deliver a more compact body thanks to the better use of the front.. He is also fatter and heavier, even though he has a small battery by current standards.. In addition to the micro USB port, which already leaves a lot of people behind the HIT P10, also gives up some other newer technologies, such as Wi Fi, ac for the 5 GHz band, Bluetooth, 5.0 and NFC, bringing only Bluetooth, 4.2 and Wi Fi of the 2.4 Ghz band., One of the great reasons for having considerable edges is the presence of a simple IPS LCD screen. But at least the panel brings good quality, with reasonable brightness and correct colors, being even better than a lot of display that we saw in equivalent models from Motorola and LG.. Of course, the resolution only HD will leave some disappointed, but it ends up fitting. The proposal of the device and helps to keep both performance and battery autonomy, controlled. Philco, does not talk about screen protection technology, but sends a protective film and a silicone case together in the HIT P10 box, thus guaranteeing extra protection without you having to chase after accessories. For it. And speaking of disappointment, the sound part is certainly the weak point of the experience when consuming multimedia content.
. The position of the speaker is not the best and it ends up being easily muffled when holding the device horizontally. In addition to presenting noticeable distortions, when increasing the volume close to the maximum and suffering from lack of midrange., At least we have a headset in the box that will break a branch to listen to your music, even if it is very basic.. The HIT P10 brings the same Unisoc chip that we saw in its predecessors and also in the Positivo Q20 presenting power between Snapdragon, 450 and 460 according to the benchmark tests.. The good thing is that the HD screen requires very little hardware and therefore we have even satisfactory performance for the entry category with the device needing a 145 to complete the first lap of our multitasking speed. Test., The 4GB of RAM and the clean system also help, and he concludes the second lap, with just over 20 seconds being a better option than a lot of trendy device in terms of multitasking.. The big problem seems to be in the slow storage, which shows some difficulty to open applications and games for the first time, especially the heavier ones which was reinforced by the numbers of AndroBench. In games. At least we have good performance in practically all titles, but of course it is necessary to greatly reduce the graphic quality in some cases, which is not something exclusive to the Philco device.. As commented at the beginning of the video, the HIT P10 has a small battery by current standards.
As the 4000 mAh battery starts to get shy around 5000 6000 or even 7000 mAh devices. Even so, the Unisoc chip once again showed that its 28 nanometers are not as battery hungry, as many could imagine, allowing the HIT P10 to stay more than 20.5 hours away from the plug in our real life simulation test. With almost 10.5 hours of active hair. In the period. It is still less than what we have in rivals like Galaxy A02S and E7 Plus bike, but in general it will be enough for practically everyone managing to hold up to two days of use, depending on how much you stick to the phone.. Another point that surprised us was the recharge time since, even with a micro, USB port and theoretically slow charger of only 10W, the HIT P10 took just over 230 to go from 0 to 100. While rivals came close to the mark from three hours or even past. That a quick, 15 minute charge delivers 14 battery, and with one hour you have about 56 full charge. A point that a lot of people are left behind when looking at less traditional manufacturers in the cell phone market is the support for software updates. Since, apart from Samsung, we have practically all other companies guaranteeing only a system update or sometimes not even that., And the HIT P10 suffers from this problem. The device leaves the factory with Android 10, and even today, there is no sign of receiving version 11 of the robot, that is in the process of winning a successor.
. In addition, even security updates are left out with the device still counting on the security package. From August of last year, which is even strange, considering that it was released in December. At least, the interface is very clean and optimized, with smooth navigation, few pre installed applications and only functions already native to Android, such as gestures to open the camera by double clicking. The volume up button or using the fingerprint reader to access the Notifications., A point that left something to be desired in the first Hit was the camera, and this continues to happen. In P10., The device has three sensors on the rear: a 13 Megapixel main a secondary with a 5 MP Ultrawide lens and a 2 MP to help in portrait mode.. As expected, the main camera does just decent work in a favorable environment with well saturated colors. At times and limited HDR. Overall, they will be postable photos for social networks, but we have other entry models that do a better job like the moto E7 Plus.. And if the main camera doesnt get excited. Ultrawide also has its benefits.. You will be able to frame more of the scene, but the sharpness will drop a lot. The corners of the photo will end up out of focus. The colors will tend to cooler tones and the software will not be able to deal with the distortion of the lens. Indoors and at night. The problems of the two cameras are accentuated gaining an extra dose of noise and very dark areas.
If the light source is not enough., The portrait mode ends up missing in many areas of the crop, even having a dedicated camera to help, but at least it works with both people and objects.. In selfies. We have reasonable quality during the day. As long as you avoid standing against a strong source of light. In the night environment, however, things change with a lot of noise loss of details and an exaggerated contrast.. The portrait mode does not change much in the photos.. The HIT P10 records videos in Full HD with the front and main cameras not being able to record videos with the ultrawide.. The quality of images is not the best with a lot of shaking and apparent noise, in addition to a sharp drop in fluidity in night environments reaching 12 fps., As if that weren’t enough, he records low quality mono audio with metallic sound that ends up drowned out By background noise, but at least the focus is agile in general. The HIT P10 was launched for R 1500, but fortunately its price has dropped a lot since then, and it is easy to find it below R 1000.. This puts him in direct clash with another national. The Positivo Q20, which brings a practically identical, set but proved to be a little less optimized in performance.. Better options in this price range would be mainly the Moto, E7 Plus and Galaxy A02s, with the Samsung model standing out for the much longer battery life, while the Motorola has one of the most competent cameras in the category.
. The HIT P10 is not the bad device, but that is not enough to make it the best buy in a market as competitive as entry level phones.. It has reasonable performance, lots of storage and a battery that lasts a whole day of use, but its cameras, disappoint, and the lack of news about updates is a warning sign for anyone who wants to keep the device for a few years.. If these negative points are not something that bothers you and you just want a good phone to use without getting angry, the HIT P10 may be a good choice, especially if you don’t, like the customized interfaces of Samsung and Motorola. In general. However, we recommend that you wait for the price to drop a little closer to R 800, because above that it is possible to find better options.. But what about you? What did you think of Philco’s cell phone? Would you trust, buying a branded device instead of options from more consolidated companies in the market, such as Samsung and Motorola? Don’T forget to comment below., Always remembering that we have links in the description to find the best price, not only for the HIT P10, but also for all the other devices mentioned in this analysis.