Review: Hisense Faith 1

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Review: Hisense Faith 1


Hisense seems to be having big plans for the regional mid-range smartphone market. After launching the Hisense Elegance, the company has launched a lower spec smartphone called Faith 1. The device sports an all-aluminium unibody design, along with being fully 4G/LTE enabled and touting Android 6.0 Marshmallow as the OS.

The Faith 1 features a 5.0-inch display, coming in at a pixel density of 294 ppi. Under the hood, the Faith runs on a octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 1.4 GHz processor, coupled with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of storage.

There’s also a microSD slot on the smartphone, good for a further 128 GB. Moving to the rear, there is a 13MP primary camera, as well as a fingerprint sensor located just below it. On the front, you also get a 5MP camera for all your selfies.

The Hisense Faith 1 is 3G and 4G capable. This smartphone has a built-in GPS receiver and also offers FM radio functionality. The phone features a 2500 mAh battery which when charged stays alive for almost a day’s worth of usage.

The Hisense Faith 1 is quite neatly designed and the overall finishing and build quality is decent. In terms of performance, you get pure mid-range points. The camera functionality of the phone is quite average when compared to its better-spec’d sibling, the Hisense Elegance.

At a price tag of AED 799, the Hisense Faith 1 is a good value for money smartphone if you are considering buying a second phone to carry around.

[highlight color=”yellow”]Price: AED 799[/highlight]

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