There is the X15 modem placed in the smartphone (within the Snapdragon 710 unit), which is why the smartphone supports LTE cat. 6, VoLTE, VoWiFi, Wi-Fi in the 802.11ac standard in 2.4 and 5GHz channels and Bluetooth 5.0. Besides, the smartphone offers NFC, dual SIM usage, ably working navigation that supports GPS, GLONASS and Beidou systems, while from physical sockets we have USB type C and the minijack.
Voice calls and the loudness of the speaker are decent, I had no problems with the quality of calls. Interlocutors heard me loud and clear, even when the call was taken in a loud surrounding. The dual SIM support and choosing the default card for particular activity – a call, text or data transfer – are chosen in an appropriate tab in Settings. Unfortunately, there is no built-in function for recording calls.
Memory and efficiency
With 64GB of internal memory, in practice the user is left with slightly more than 50GB. It is worth remembering that in one of the slots for SIM cards we can place a microSD card – drives of up to 400GB capacity are supported.
The device is powered by octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 with a 2.2GHz clock, supported by Adreno 616 GPU. This model has 4GB of RAM. And this is a good, middle-shelf configuration, which is basically enough for all appliances. Apps open without lags or delays, the smartphone deals with many apps working in the background, it deals with games and more demanding programs. Snapdragon 710 in this model was a good choice.