Itel P37 – Let’s Play with Power

Itel recently launched some new pieces of Tech this month. That happened on the 21 of May, 2021 at an online event in Nigeria as usual.

At the Itel online launch event in Nigeria, a couple of Tech products where announced. Tech gadgets like the Itel earbuds T1 and X, android TV(G series) and P37 series.



Before I forget, Itel made mention of a laptop they are cooking up for the market in Nigeria and Africa as well. They called it the Itel Laptop Able 1. 😲

Okay, back to business. Am going to be reviewing the Itel P37, a new upgrade in the P series. As usual, this is expected to be another “power condo” for smartphone enthusiast in Nigeria on a budget.

Itel P37 Key features

  • Lunch Date: May 21, 2021
  • Dimension: 165.4 x 76.2 x 8.4mm
  • Display: 6.5inch HD+ LCD
  • Resolution: 1600 x 720p
  • RAM: 2GB
  • ROM: 32GB
  • Rear Camera: 8MP AI Dual
  • Selfie Camera: 8MP
  • Sim-Slot: Dual Nano SIM
  • Network: 3G
  • Battery: 5000mAh
  • OS: Android 10 (Go Edition)
  • Fingerprint: Yes
  • Face Unlock: Yes

Itel P37 Price in Nigeria

The Itel P37 will sell at an affordable price in Nigeria. The price is now official, click the link below to check price. It is expected to arrive in gradient purple, gradient blue, and black colors.

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Design

The Itel P37 is endowed with a sleek, unique and fantastic ribbon design that is not very far from the tradition. Like seriously, is there anything super special on the design feature?

For the most part, you will appreciate the super slim and smart design which is not very common to see among power centric smartphones in Nigeria.

That said, the Itel P37 also comes in a smooth and round look that is both aesthetically pleasing and comfortable to hold in Nigeria. There is also an inbuilt battery and an in cell screen that is right for the price.

Display

On the display, we’ve got a wide 6.5inch HD+ screen that feature a 1600x720p high resolution, a 2.5D screen design, an 84% wide color gamut and a 90% screen ratio.

With these, you get to enjoy full screen display with incredible clarity, vivid color and wider, more immersive viewing for a satisfying user experience non-stop in Nigeria.

Camera

The Itel P37 let you snap perfect pictures with an 8MP dual AI rear main camera at the back. In front is a simple 8MP selfie camera positioned on the water drop notch at the top.

The main camera comes with an automatic control tool that helps you achieve consistent clarity in any light setting so that you can capture beautiful photographs anywhere in Nigeria.

Battery

The Itel P37 has it simple when it comes to battery. Being a power focused smartphone, there is just enough to serve your power needs in Nigeria. You are advised to always stay online 😊

So what do we have on the battery? It’s a 5000mAh battery that comes with a cool feature we probably know already: “AI Power Master” which helps extend battery life by a great deal in Nigeria.

Software & Specs

On the spec sheet, there is a 2GB RAM and a 32GB ROM on the Itel P37. These let you gain access to more storage and more entertainment in Nigeria at an affordable price point.

You can now save up to 13,000 photos, 9,000 videos, 100 movies and enjoy a smooth and stable system that can run 12 solid apps at the same time! All thanks to the UniSoc SC7731E chip.

The Itel P37 has the Android 10(Go edition) operating system based on OS V7.0 UI. The new UI is smoother than ever, it comes with cool UI features like Data switcher, file mover, image compressor and safe charge.

Final Thoughts

It is no news that the Itel P37 is the successor of the Itel P36 of last year. It is the normal norm to want to compare both and see if an upgrade is worth it in Nigeria.

The upgrade this time is not too heavy but very thoughtful if you ask me especially when I noticed the storage configuration. Yeah! It’s a 2GB and 32GB ROM on the Itel P37 this year in Nigeria.

That said, other features present on the Itel P37 is just okay to blend with. There is definitely going to be a little difference in price when compared to her predecessor in Nigeria but the upgrade is worth it if you ask me.

 




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