HiSense F50 Launched, 5G UNISOC (formerly Spreadtrum) Chip Featured

HiSense F50 Launched, 5G UNISOC (formerly Spreadtrum) Chip Featured
April 24 10:12 2020 Print This Article

The HiSense brand is popular in the industry with their inexpensive televisions. However, the company made an oblique turn and has released a smartphone. A 5G smartphone for less, as it is one of the cheaper 5G devices launched in the market as of late. 

The front is a screen with a waterdrop style notch, which is a 6.52 inch panel measured diagonally. The resolution is at Full HD and is an IPS LCD technology. Powering the device is a 5G UNISOC mobile platform, this is the Tiger T7510. The name implies the combination of a system on a chip, the Tiger T710, and the 5G modem namely the IVY 510. It is an octa-core configuration which has two clusters of four cores clocked at 2GHz and 1.8GHz for the Cortex A75 and A55 respectively. The renderer for the graphics is a PowerVR GM9446.

For the memory combination, HiSense stuffed in a 6GB and 128GB for its RAM and storage combo.
The main camera from the quad camera array is a 48MP shooter which its sensor can be from Samsung or Sony. 
The 5010mAh cell is keeping the device on its feet and recharges via an 18W fast charging solution. 
The device is expected to retail for 2199CNY for the lone storage variant. This is PHP 15.8K directly converted. 


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