The Itel A58 brings competitive pricing to significantly cheaper options, with a budget performance device, an immersive 6.6 IPS LCD screen, a primary 5MP camera, 10W normal charging, a massive battery at 4000mAh, and a refreshed Unisoc chipset. It comes off as a beautiful yet budget device, with a promise of a great value proposition.
The Itel A58 comes with a 6.6-inch IPS LCD screen with a drop-down notch for the selfie camera. It’s a massive screen, hardly a one-handed operation, with a screen-to-body ratio of 87.0%. It has an aspect ratio of 20:9 and supports HDR which makes it an absolute delight to consume media with. It has a plastic frame and back and a smash-resistant front panel. It is very bright and vivid, peaking at 450 nits. It has a headphone jack, fortunately. It has a physical fast fingerprint sensor, conveniently placed on at the rear, that feels fast too. It has a mono speaker whose sound is surprisingly clear when playing media.
The Itel A58 has a Unisoc Soc 1.3ghz quad-core CPU paired with an ARM Mali GPU, with storage options of 1GB for RAM & 16GB for ROM. It has an expandable memory option with a dedicated slot. It’s running the latest Android 10 Go Edition, so the performance isn’t all that shabby. Android Go Edition ideally has less bloatware as compared to the ordinary Android so it shouldn’t lag or feel heavy. Everything feels decently fast and snappy.
The Itel A58 has a dual-camera arrangement on the back. It comes with a decent single 5MP primary sensor for those fairly usable daylight photos. It has extra QVGA depth sensors, one to add portrait and more accurate distance distinction to the photos & the other is unspecified. The video can support up to 720p video at 30 fps, with HDR support. The selfie camera is a decent 5MP wide sensor, capable of 720p video at 30fps. The selfies are great and well-lit.