Itel was on quite a roll last year, launching their Itel A48, Itel A47, Itel A25 Pro and more A series devices in India. This time, the brand has launched two new devices – Itel A58 and Itel A58 Pro. Sadly, the two devices have not been launched in India. Neither did the Chinese smartphone maker reveal when the devices will go official in India. Good thing is, if and when they do, we know what to expect. Here’s a quick look at the price and specs!
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Itel A58 Series Price
The vanilla Itel A58 price in Nigeria has been set at NGN 35,000. Now, this converts to roughly around Rs. 6,300 in the Indian currency. Meanwhile, in Kenya, the device comes with a price tag of KES 8,999. This is approximately Rs. 6,000 in the Indian currency.
On the other hand, the A58 Pro pricing is currently under wraps. Besides, the availability details of the two handsets are also not known at the time of writing. Both the smartphones come in the Dreamy Purple, Sky Cyan, and Starry Black colour options.
Itel A58 Series Specifications
The two handsets actually have a lot in common when it comes to specs. For starters, both the devices feature a big 6.6-inch HD+ display. The display offers a resolution of 720 x 1600 pixels. However, we do not get any fancy refresh rates here. So, the standard 60Hz refresh rate panel is what you have to work with.
On the processor front, both the Itel A58 and A58 Pro are powered by the UniSoC SC7731E chipset. This quad-core processor is backed by the brand’s proprietary i-boost 1.0 feature. According to Itel, this will offer users with a more seamless mobile experience.
In addition, the Itel A58 offers 1GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage. The A58 Pro offers 2GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. Furthermore, the internal storage on the devices are also expandable via a microSD card slot.
Talking about optics, both the handsets sport the same AI-powered dual rear camera setup as well. The setup includes a 5-megapixel primary sensor backed by a QVGA sensor. Moreover, they also offer a 5-megapixel sensor for selfies and video calls. We get a decent 4,000mAh battery on the two handsets. Additionally, there is a rear fingerprint sensor for security purposes on the devices.
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