Gtel X5 Plus be­yond tech­no­log­i­cal per­fec­tion

The Sunday Mail (Zimbabwe) - - ADVERTORIAL - ◆ For more in­for­ma­tion, in­ter­act with us on our so­cial me­dia plat­forms such as our Face­book page; GtelZim­babwe or SMS / What­sApp GTEL A737 Xplora Z to 073 200 1010.

LAUNCHED in Au­gust this year, the Gtel X5 is the com­pany’s first smart­phone to com­bine the ben­e­fits of the big bat­tery that the Gtel X5 range is known for, along with the cam­era-cen­tric fea­tures that the Gtel X5 Plus touts.

Po­si­tioned on the same lines as the Gtel X5, the all new Gtel X5 Plus of­fers, well, a bit more on all fronts, with 20MP front cam­era with dual flash sys­tem and dual-cam­era set up at the back and big­ger screen be­ing the most no­tice­able.

Our re­view of the Gtel X5 Plus speaks in de­tail of just what makes the phone what it is, and the X5 Plus im­proves on some of these fac­tors to earn its Plus moniker.

The big­gest difference be­tween the two phones is in its screen; the Gtel X5 Plus is sig­nif­i­cantly larger thanks to its 6-inch full-HD screen. Nat­u­rally, this makes for a more sat­is­fy­ing me­dia ex­pe­ri­ence and will be par­tic­u­larly use­ful if you spend a lot of time watch­ing videos on your phone.

The screen it­self is an IPS-LCD dis­play, and is fairly sharp, bright and de­tailed for a phone in this price range.

You also get Corn­ing Go­rilla Glass 3 pro­tec­tion against scratches and dam­age, as well as 2.5D curves at the edges for a cleaner look. Al­though the curves do ex­ist and can be felt, the screen it­self sits on a slab just above the main metal body of the phone, thereby negat­ing the ef­fects of the cur­va­ture just a bit.

GTEL X5 Plus has a sport­ing Me­di­aTek He­lio P25 Sys­tem on Chip, Clocked at up to 2.6GHz and with eight cores, the Sys­tem on chip of­fers im­proved per­for­mance over the Gtel X5 state of the art per­for­mance rank­ing.

There’s also 4GB of RAM, 64GB of in­ter­nal stor­age (ex­pand­able by up to 256GB) which en­ables to store videos, pic­tures and mu­sic in their thou­sands. It also has a faster shar­ing sys­tem Blue­tooth 4.0 and com­pat­i­bil­ity for VoLTE and ViLTE. The phone comes with An­droid Nougat 7.0 out-of-the-box, with the Gtel X5 Plus in­ter­face can come across as need­lessly com­plex.

How­ever, there are some in­ter­est­ing touches, in­clud­ing the edge bar, which hosts short­cuts to a cho­sen set of apps and func­tions by swip­ing on the finger­print sen­sor, smart ges­tures, and re­verse charg­ing, which lets you use the Gtel X5 Plus and its large bat­tery to charge your other de­vices by func­tion­ing as a bat­tery pack.

The bat­tery of the Gtel X5 Plus also gets a thump, with the phone pow­ered by a 4,550mAh bat­tery. Bat­tery life is ex­cel­lent as a re­sult, eas­ily last­ing up to two days on a sin­gle charge with nor­mal use.

In ad­di­tion we are proud as GTel to say we are cel­e­brat­ing cus­tomer ser­vice week, and we are look­ing into cel­e­brat­ing all our cus­tomers in the next cou­ple of weeks.

Visit your near­est GTel, spell­bound and Econet shops for the dif­fer­ent prizes for our clien­tele. Thank you for your as­so­ci­a­tion with us, it is very much ap­pre­ci­ated and we look for­ward to a long last­ing fruit­ful re­la­tion­ship. War­ranty and back-up ser­vice Gtel prod­ucts are avail­able on cash, lay-by and credit terms on zero de­posit and are cov­ered by a 15-month war­ranty. Fur­ther­more, full ser­vice and back-up is avail­able at any Gtel out­let na­tion­wide. Gtel de­vices are now also avail­able in all Econet shops na­tion­wide. Gtel Ev­ery­one Con­nected.

Gtel X5 Plus

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