Hisense F30S
Hisense F30S

The Hisense F30S smartphone is out in the month of July 2019. This smartphone comes as a mid-range mobile device, runners up to Hisense Infinity E Max. When you take a look at everything from display to battery features you will notice that the phone is designed in a way to make every single feature resonate with one another. No doubt, the phone has some latest features worth the users’ attention.

Hisense F30S Design and Display

This Hisense F30S smartphone comes out in two attractive colors of green and blue. Dimensions are 6.18 x 3.01 x 0.34 inches. It weighs 5.96 oz which takes into account the battery. I can also see that the smartphone comes with a measure of protection, so I think this is a good thing.

For display, I see that this is an IPS capacitive touchscreen smartphone which is able to handle 16 million colors at the display. Going further, the size of the screen is 6.22 inches, while the screen resolution is found to be 720 x 1520 pixels. As usual, I think the display feature here is somewhat poor for a display as large as this but many smartphones come with these kind of features. There is also 271 ppi pixel density, and for protection purposes, there is 2.5D curved glass screen. The one that impresses me is the Low temperature polysilicon which is also meant as a means of protection for the display.

Camera Features

Hisense F30S comes with two cameras at the rear. The main camera to the rear is 13 MP and another 2 MP. These arrive with features such as LED flash, HDR, and panorama for the main camera. However, the selfie camera is a simple 8 MP lens. Looking at the price range and the display features, this is moderate.

Hardware and Software

For this Hisense F30S, it comes with the latest Android 9.0 Pie. There’s also Unisoc Tiger T310 chipset at the performance department. This is unique to Hisense. However, I can’t tell whether this chipset is better than MediaTek Helio chipset. This one is present on many phones these days.  Going further, I found the CPU to be Quad-core, single-core 2 GHz Cortex-75, Triple-core 1.8 GHz Cortex-A55. The GPU is PowerVR GE8xxx.

Storage Capacity and Sensors

Furthermore, Hisense F30S is empowered with 4GB of RAM that cannot be expanded. The internal storage is 32GB which means that this Hisense is able to cater storage needs of people who store up a great deal of files on their phones. There are four sensors in the device and they include proximity, accelerometer, compass, and ambient light.

Network and Connectivity

For network and connectivity usage, be ready to make use of two nano SIM cards. But more than that, it is a 4G Android phone. It operates with 2G and 3G as well simultaneously with 4G LTE. On the LTE, TDD 2600 appears to be the highest speed at which it can go. It is good to point out that the Bluetooth v4.2 found in the phone for connectivity, is not the latest.

Pros

  • Latest OS
  • Moderate Display features
  • Good camera features
  • Good battery power
  • Price justifiable

Cons

  • Not enough colors to choose from
  • No fingerprint sensor

Battery Power

Powering the Hisense F30S is a non-removable Li-Po 4010 mAh battery. The mobile device has no wireless charging and no fast charging supports. I trust this smartphone to offer the user backup support for almost two days on modest use.

Price and Availability

The official price of Hisense F30S smartphone is not specified yet and may soon be confirmed, seeing that the smartphone will soon be released. It will duly be released this month of July 2019 and be available towards August 2019.

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