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5 STAR NOTE 1 full Review and Specifications

Hello guys. At first, take my love. I hope you guys are well by the grace of Almighty Allah. I am also fine. Today I’m writing about 5 STAR NOTE 1. So, Without any gossiping let’s go for the review about NOTE 1.

Note 1 is a new member of 5 STAR, the phone launched 1 September 2020. It is a low-range smartphone that comes with a lot of features.

What is in the box of 5 STAR NOTE 1?

  • Note 1 is offered with a 6.6″ HD+ Waterdrop Display
  • 13MP AI Dual rear camera setup
  • 5MP Front Camera
  • Android 9.0 Pie
  • P25 Octa-Core 2.6GHz 64Bit
  • Rom 32GB+Ram 3GB MicroSD card UP TO 128GB
  • 4000mAh Li-Polymer Battery
  • Dual Micro SIM 4G
  • Real Finger Sensor&Face Unlock
  • P-Sensor, L-Sensor, G-Sensor.
  • GPS,BT,FM,Volte
  • Bluetooth, FM Radio

Let me a brief, what we are including at this post!

  • Launch date and Price
  • Network
  • Display Quality
  • Battery Performance
  • Platform
  • Memory Status
  • Camera Performance
  • Connectivity
  • Other Features
  • Conclusion

Announced Date and Price:

5 STAR has announced this phone on August 2020. We also currently know that 5 STAR Note 1 official (3GB+32GB) price is ৳7,990.

Network:

Network Technology has been used by GSM / HSPA / LTE which is currently available on all 4G phones. There are three network ICs on this phone. It used together with two SIM 3G and 4G internet services.

Display Quality:

5 STAR has been designing good-looking phones for a while now. I was quite sure that the display wouldn’t disappoint, and I was not wrong. With a 6.6-inch HD+ Waterdrop Display, the viewing experience is bound to be amazing. The viewing angles are great with the OLED bringing out deep blacks which compliment the vibrancy of the display. 

Battery Performance:

The 5 STAR Note 1 smartphone has a 4000mAh Li-Polymer Battery. There was some light video watching on YouTube as well but it was mostly on Wi-Fi. Throw in some gaming with it and you will quite likely have to charge the phone before the day ends. It isn’t bad but I really wish that 5 STAR used a higher capacity battery.

Platform:

Note 1 uses the Android 9.0 Pie operating system. It is performing Octa-core 2.6GHz 64Bit. Simple to Medium tasks are performed well, with smooth app switching and multiple tasks running in the background. Heavy apps like Facebook and Instagram worked fine and also stayed open in the background for a long time owing to the 3GB of RAM.

Memory Status:

5 STAR Note 1 houses an internal storage of 32 GB, there can be expended 128 GB external memory card. It also 3GB RAM that can run Medium software and game will be run smoothly.

Camera Performance:

We see that the 5 STAR Note 1 has a 13MP AI dual rear camera setup.You can, however, zoom in a lot more in a 13MP shot, but I believe that is of very little significance to most users. Apart from this, exposure calibration and dynamic range remain impeccable amongst most shots set in varied lighting conditions in the day. The phone also possesses a 5MP selfie shooter housed in the punch hole. While the general quality of the selfies is not very bad.

Connectivity:

For connectivity, the device supports a lot of features such as 4G VoLTE, Wi-Fi 802.11, b/g/n, Mobile Hotspot, Bluetooth, GPS with A-GPS, USB Type-C, etc.

Other Features:

This 5 STAR Note 1 has many kinds of features. Such as Fingerprint, accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass, etc. The smartphone is HTML5 support. This SMS function is highly decorated by the threaded view and also has SMS(threaded view), MMS, Email, Push Email, IM too. There are no Java features on this phone.

Pros:

  • Excellent display
  • 4000mAh Li-Polymer Battery
  • Real Finger Sensor&Face Unlock

Cons:

  • Android 9.0 Pie operating system
  • Just 5MP Front Camera
  • Performance could’ve been better

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Masud Rana

Hi, I am Masud Rana, I am a student & professional blogger. I am interested in technology-related tips. I am studying technology-related subjects. I love experimenting with the technology. And on the other side, I blog about my technology issues. I write down things that are a problem for a person with regard to technology.

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