Walton was one of the first brands in Bangladesh that emerged as an electronic conglomerate. The company started with home appliances and later ventured into features and smartphones. In its decade-long journey in the Bangladeshi smartphone market, the company has always prioritized the match between quality and affordability. Walton's latest offering, the Primo R10 is a testament to that commitment. With an entry-level price tag, the device brings some impressive features that are sure to ruffle some feathers. Here’s our detailed take on the device. Key Specifications of Walton Primo R10 Design and Build Quality Like other previous Walton devices, the Primo R10 has a completely plastic build all around. Walton never shied away from colors, and the R10 is available in three distinct colorways. You have bottle green, ford blue, and midnight green. The back of the device will give an iPhone-like feel to the users thanks to the triangular camera alignment. But other than that, everything seems pretty generic and resembles the tried and tested design language of Walton. Read More: Infinix Hot 20 5G Review: What's New The only shocker here is the removal of the headphone jack. While the headphone jack has been a thing of the past for flagships, it is still prevalent on mid-range and budget devices. Walton has decided to remove the headphone jack from the R10. And it's almost certain that future devices will also miss out on it. Other than that, everything else seems to be right where they’re supposed to be. There is a dual sim slot with expandable storage, a bottom-firing speaker, and a Type-C port. The design and the build quality won’t instill anything new in the users. And given Waltons track record on the budget market, that might not be a bad thing at all. Read More: itel Vision 5 Plus Review: Standard Phone under Tk14000 The Display Moving on to the display, we have an IPS V-notch display with an HD+ resolution. This is again the same display found on the Primo R9. This might be a cost-minimization strategy from Walton, but some devices come with at least FHD+ resolution at this price point. Another minor gripe with the display is the use of the INCELL technology, which is a conventionally lower tech used on LCD panels. While higher-end LCDs don’t usually suffer from color shifting anymore, the same doesn’t hold true for the INCELL panel. Beyond the obvious letdown with the HD+ resolution and display tech, the experience itself isn’t all too bad. For anyone coming from the R9 or similar spec devices of Walton will feel right at home as if nothing changed. Read More: Symphony Z47 Review: 90Hz Refresh Rate on a Budget Device The display can’t really be considered a massive media consumptive panel. Rather it is something that will get the job done as a daily driver. The Camera The camera has seen a slight improvement from the R9 to the R10. The latter still boasts the same triple camera setup as that of the R9. But instead of the VGA, the R10 comes with a 2 MP depth sensor. Not that it makes much of a difference anyways. Most of the camera work is done by the 13 MP main sensor. Walton is marketing the camera as an all-in-one solution for burst, panorama, time-lapse, slow motion, etc. Read More: realme C33 Review: Key specs, pros, and cons Coming to the performance itself, the camera again performs moderately as we saw on the R9. Pictures in day time come out pretty good. There are a good amount of details in each picture, and there seem to be no exposure or dynamic range issues. But like all other generic 13 MP cameras, things start to fall apart indoors or artificial lights. There seems to be a slight improvement in the exposure compared to what we saw on the R9, but that’s about it. The videography is still 1080P at 30 fps. The videos look shaky and choppy, as usual, due to the absence of any kind of internal or external stabilization. There aren’t any other notable changes. On the front, users will be getting an 8 MP shooter, just like the R9. The performance is nothing out of the ordinary with passable results at best. Read More: Walton Orbit Y50 4G Review: Does it offer value for money Processor and Performance The Walton Primo R10 comes with Unisoc Tiger T610 built on the 12 Nm architecture. It has an octa-core base with a max chip output of 1.8 GHz. The processor is coupled with a Mali-G52 GPU set. In real-world use, this processor isn’t really a very powerful one. Yet we tried gaming on the device and ran PUBG, COD, and Asphalt 9 on it. The device was able to run all of them in moderate graphics settings. But the main problem was the heating issue. The device became hot after about 30 minutes of continued gaming. The T610 is best suited for moderate daily usage. You can casually browse social media, watch videos and do the usual daily stuff as you’d do on your device without a hiccup. Anything that is processor intensive will cause the device to throttle. Read More: Xiaomi Redmi Note 12 Review: Can it fulfil users’ expectations Battery and Charge Time The Walton Primo R10 comes equipped with a 4850 mAh battery. That’s a bit of an odd choice since most devices come with a 5000 mAh battery. The battery usually lasts around 6 to 8 hours with continued usage. However, one positive thing here is the 10W fast charger which is usually not present on devices at this price point. Price of Walton Primo R10 in Bangladesh The Walton Primo R10 is available in a 4/64 GB configuration. The official price of the device in Bangladesh is 12,999 BDT. Final Words Walton never really limits itself by releasing one device each year. Instead, devices come on an almost half-yearly basis with slight variations. While it might get confusing for the users to make the correct choice, it also provides different options and minor improvements in certain aspects. Read More: Vivo Y01 Review: Is it a worthy entry level budget phone? The Walton Primo R10 similarly saw a minor improvement in the design and camera department. While most other aspects remain the same as the previous iteration, it can still be a worthy choice for anyone looking for a budget device to suffice daily needs.
When it comes to affordable smartphones, Walton has been a market leader in Bangladesh. The company that started its journey with consumer electronics solutions first ventured into feature phones and subsequently to smartphones. Walton’s R line of devices has always been their entry-level lineup. These devices boast an impressive mix of performance and affordable pricing in the budget segment. Primo R9, the latest device in this lineup, has recently been launched on 21st June 2022. Here’s a detailed review of Walton Primo R9 with key specifications. Key features of Walton Primo R9 Design and Build Quality The Primo R9 is a sub 12,000 BDT device that is aggressively priced even for a budget smartphone. As a result, there are some cost cuts here and there. While these issues might be an eyesore to some, the price of the device should also be considered while reasoning. Being the successor of the R8, the R9 doesn’t really reinvent anything which we typically see in the budget segment. Read Xiaomi 12 Pro Review: Is it a value for money flagship? The most noticeable change is in the back where the previous frosted and vertical texture has been replaced with a refracting X. It kind of gives the device a gaming vibe which was somewhat the intention altogether. The back and the frame are all made from plastic as usual. Ports and buttons are also placed in the exact same location as the previous generation. Users will be getting all the typical features like micro SDXC support, headphone jack, and dual sim in the device. It was expected that Walton might revamp the front as the large chins and bezels don’t really go with the 2022 standard, even for an ultra-budget device. That said, the device offers an acceptable build quality in this price range with more focus being put on the performance front. Read Vivo T2x Review: Should you consider this midrange gaming phone? Display The display is the same 6.52-inch water-drop notch style LCD panel. Walton calls it their dewdrop display. The resolution of the panel is HD+ with a capacitive touch panel. Walton went with the INCELL display technology which adds a bit more vibrancy to the panel. There isn’t much to say about a 720P LCD panel. The display gets the job done. The viewing angles aren’t the greatest nor is the outdoor brightness. Noticeable blue tints are visible once it's viewed from the side. But that’s just nitpicking as no one would generally use it from that extreme angle. Overall, the display might be workable at best, but it’s definitely worth the price it comes at. Read Infinix Note 12 G96 Review: A Budget Phone With Top-Notch Features Camera The camera module is probably the biggest marketing tool for the Walton Primo R9. Why? Because Walton is offering up to 52 MP of picture quality at a fraction of the flagship prices. Now Walton doesn’t actually ship the device with a 52 MP sensor. The main camera is a 13 MP f/1.8 shooter. The other two are gimmicky 2MP depth and a VGA shooter. So how does the 52 MP resolution come about? Walton has used pixel-binding technology to transform the 13 MP shots into 52 MP resolution with long exposure and RAW mode shooting. This is just an elaborate marketing strategy as the pictures aren’t that different in both RAW and normal mode. It’s a simple point-and-shoot camera that does a decent job in well-lit environments but fails in low light. images look grainy with noises here and there and uneven exposure. The only saving grace is the flash but given how things are now, not many people use flash to begin with. Read Samsung Galaxy A04s: The coming soon budget killer phone The videography here is maxed at 1080P. The front also boasts an 8 MP selfie camera. It’s just another generic selfie camera without anything special going for itself. Processor and Performance The Walton Primo R9 genuinely shines in its performance. It's nothing compared to the upper mid-range or flagships, but the device definitely made a space for itself in the entry-level category. Walton has used Helio G25 Gaming SoC based on Hyper Engine Technology. It has an octa-core chip design built on 12 Nm FinFit architecture. The GPU is powered by PowerVR Vogue GE8320. Read Infinix Hot 12 Play Review: Should you buy this budget phone? Remember the gaming-like design on the back. Well, Walton is claiming the Prime R9 to be the entry-level gaming phone of 2022. The G25 Gaming SoC is basically overclocked to 1.8 GHz to provide a smooth gaming experience on a budget. The phone still drops a frame here and there while playing PUBG at the highest graphics level. But the fact that a device of this price point can even normally run PUBG in full settings is something which is definitely commendable. The run is similar to other titles as well from 3D to 2Ds. Day-to-day tasks like browsing and social media run with ease on the device. There’s no noticeable lag and the device also does a great job at heat management except while gaming. Read Xiaomi offers up to Tk12,000 cashback on smartphones The smoothness comes with Android 11 with no guarantee of Android 12. But the minimum bloatware makes for a smooth and pleasant experience. Battery and Charge Time The Walton Primo R9 comes with a 5000 mAh battery. Users can expect to get around 7 to 8 hours of continued usage on a full charge due to its low-res display. However, gaming will definitely cause a battery drain as the chipset is overclocked. There’s also no fast-charging support so expect long charging hours. Price of Walton Primo R9 in Bangladesh The Walton Primo R9 is available in the 3GB/32GB variant only. The current official price of the device is 11,999 BDT. But Walton is running a promotional launch campaign where users can get the device for as low as 10,490 BDT. Read Motorola Moto G22 Review: Is it a worthy budget phone? Verdict Walton played it safe with the Primo R9. Their “don’t fix what’s not broken” approach works here as the device made a small incremental update on the previous generation without compromising on the price. The device definitely shines on the processor end with high power delivery. But the camera gimmicks and the age-old display are a tad concern even for the budget buyer. But overall, Walton Primo R9's still a great purchase considering the price and Waltons reliability.
Walton is one of the leading electronic brands in Bangladesh. The company was founded in 1977 and is currently one of the largest tech conglomerates in Bangladesh serving almost all the areas of consumer electronics. The company moved into the mobile devices with feature phones back in 2007 and since then they foraged into smartphones as well. In continuation of the company’s affordable superlative devices, Walton recently launched the Walton Primo GH11 on 25th April 2022. The device is being hailed as the local flagship killer as it incorporates a solid spec with a very aggressive price. Let’s find out more. Key Specifications of Walton Primo GH11 Design and Build Quality Before diving into the details, users should understand that this is a sub 10,000 BDT device. International phone brands operating in Bangladesh struggle to provide a barely managing device at this price range. So beyond its obvious cut corners, the device is still a great performer keeping the price in mind. Starting with the design, there is a little shift from its predecessor, the Primo GH10. The overall form factor and the port selection remain the same from the previous iterations. The notable change is seen on the back where there is a two-tone vertical finish. The device is completely plastic with a glass front. But the subtle dual texture with a light-reflective finish gives it a much more premium look compared to its build. Read Samsung Galaxy A23 4G: Can it uphold the reputation of ancestors? Moving onto ports and buttons, the device has a physical fingerprint scanner on the back just like the GH10. The accented power button gives the device its unique look from the side. The bottom of the device features the micro-USB port, bottom-firing speaker, and mic. The 3.5 mm headphone jack is situated at the top. There isn’t any secondary noise cancellation mic here and considering the price the choice isn’t surprising. There are two sim trays along with a micro SDXC tray in the sim slot section. The device itself comes with 32 GB ROM onboard with expandable memory supporting up to 256 GB. Overall, the design is a breath of fresh air for those who don’t like to sport a cover on their phone. The build quality is also decent and overall, it's as good as things get in a four-digit price range. Read Bluetooth Headphones Buyer Guide and Price Ranges in Bangladesh The Display The biggest problem with a budget device is the cut corner on the display. Most of the time, the display gets overlooked even though it’s the first contact point of the user experience. Thankfully, Walton did a better job with the display on the GH11. The display used in the Primo GH11 is an HD+ IPS INCELL panel with a 2.5 D curve. Now it's still an LCD panel with 720P resolution and realistically, no one was expecting it to compete with the likes of the AMOLED panel. But the display easily outshines any other panels in its budget range. The INCELL panel provides deep blacks, satisfactory viewing angles, and adequate brightness. Color may seem. A bit washed out but it's nothing that can’t be calibrated from the settings. Overall, the display makes for a pleasant viewing experience with its limited capabilities. Read OnePlus NORD N20 5G: Leaks, Rumors, Probable Release Date
Bangladeshi Brand Walton has been making the country proud with its top-notch phones. Targeting the local market, they produce affordable and quality smartphones. The most recent Walton phones have a variety of features, including an affordable price point and a good camera. Recently, they have launched a new phone Walton Primo S8 Mini. The phone came to the Bangladeshi market on April 16, 2022. With the massive battery Walton named this the Gaming Warrior. Let’s see the specs, features and price of Walton Primo S8 Mini and find what you can expect from this phone. Key Features of Walton Primo S8 Mini Design On the back, top left, you will find four cameras and one flash. The glossy look will help you to hold the phone with more confidence. On the bottom side of the phone, it features a mic, 3.5mm audio jack, USB Type C, and speaker. Walton integrated a fast fingerprint sensor on the back, which will give you a smooth unlocking experience. Read Vivo X Fold Review: Can it outsmart the other foldable phones? The right side contains the volume button and the power button. On the left, you will get to see the sim tray, which is also the memory card tray. Although the Primo S8 Mini is a budget phone, the 9.15 mm depth and 205g will give you an elegant feel. Further, the 163.65 mm height and 77.65 mm width will give you the opportunity to hold the phone in one hand. It comes in three colors, stone white, ink black, and forest green. Further, the rainbow glass protection on the back reduces the scratches significantly. Besides, blending the rainbow with three different colors makes the phone more beautiful. Read Symphony Z42 Review: Affordable Phone from Local Market Display S8 Mini comes with an incredible 6.53-inch LTPS FHD display and makes it one of a kind that makes everything on display look real. Moreover, the 2340x1080p resolution with 400 Nits brightness and 19.5:9 aspect ratio will certainly make your vision clear. So, you can stream your favorite TV shows, movies, or even games smoothly. The phone has a captive touch screen, which makes the phone more responsive than those with resistive touch screens. Also, it is easier on the eyes and requires less pressure to be registered. The captive touch screen is more durable and lasts longer than resistive touch screens. The display type is LTPS INCELL Full lamination Technology with 2.5D Curved Glass. Read Samsung Galaxy A13 4G Review: Does it live up to the hype? Performance The Walton Primo S8 Mini features a Qualcomm® Snapdragon 665, 2.0GHz Octa-Core Processor, and Kryo 260 64-bit. The GPU is Qualcomm® Adreno™ 610 - 950MHz. Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 665 Mobile Platform offers highly beneficial mobile experiences with artificial intelligence to enhance the experience of gaming, camera performance, and security performance. Moreover, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 665 Mobile Platform offers intelligent and immersive user experiences. The Adreno 610 also boosts gaming performance. The phone runs on Android 11, which is associated with VSmart OS. This will give you a new user experience and make you fall in love with the new S8 Mini. Read Oppo F21 Pro Review: Camera Phone Made in Bangladesh Memory The Primo S8 Mini comes with 4GB and 8GB LPDDR4x RAM versions, while the internal memory is the same 64GB for both versions. However, this internal memory might look poor to you. The phone has an external memory card option, and you can expand the memory up to 256GB. Further, the phone is equipped with a 2.1 memory system that provides awesome data transfer performance while consuming low power. So, you can get the ultimate gaming experience on a budget phone. Camera The main camera features a combination of four cameras 16MP+8MP+2MP+2MP AI Quad Cameras. The camera features autofocuses with PDAF and LED flash while the aperture is f/1.8. These 16MP cameras will give you an amazing sensor for everything you click. Read Vivo Y33s 4G Review: Do features accompany premium look? Further, a dedicated 8MP wide-angle sensor gives you the opportunity to focus widely. You can take a 120-degree wide-angle phone with Walton Primo S8 Mini. A 2MP depth sensor gives you amazing portraits. In addition to that, the phone also features quad lenses for different modes of shooting. The 2MP Macro shooter can take perfect macro shots of anything you want. The shooting modes you will get are Photo, Macro, Beauty AR Sticker, Slow Motion, Time-Lapse, Manual (Manual Focus, White Balance, ISO, Exposure, Shutter Speed), Fast Motion, Portrait, HDR, Color Filter, and Self-Timer. Read Samsung Galaxy A53 5G Review: A Fast Phone with Massive Battery The amazing camera will provide you with up to 4K 30fps video recording with Video Stabilizer, Video Face Detection, and interruption few recordings. The selfie camera features 13MP with PDAF and f/2.0 aperture. You can take a selfie in Normal, Portrait, AI Beauty, Watermark, Color Filter, and HDR mode. Also, the large sensor size gives you a sharp & colorful selfie while applying face beauty, selfie indicator, BSI, AI, and face detection. The front camera can record 4K video at 30fps, while video face detection also comes with it. You can even shoot slow-motion videos with the Primo S8 Mini. Read Xiaomi Mi 12 Ultra: What to Expect from the Next Xiaomi Flagship? Battery The Walton Primo S8 Mini comes with a massive 5000mAh battery, which will give you an extended gaming time. You can change this giant battery cell quickly with an 18w fast charger. The USB Type C cable features quick charge 3.0. Price of Walton Primo S8 Mini The Primo S8 Mini is priced at Tk. 13,999. But you can get it for Tk. 12,499 with a free t-shirt for a limited time pre-booking period. Read Xiaomi POCO X4 Pro Review: Know the Pros and Cons Conclusion Walton Primo S8 Mini is a gaming phone at a budget price. If you are a gamer and looking for an affordable phone, Primo S8 Mini should be a great option. Further, the excellent camera and video quality will also give your peace of mind. Also, streaming in HD will let you stream your live game too.
Walton, a Bangladeshi electronics maker, produces made-in-Bangladesh phones for both local and international markets. Walton is praised for producing affordable smart gadgets and maintaining standards. The firm has established itself on a certain level and is now attempting to add quality and beauty to its equipment. In February 2022, Walton released its latest device Primo H10. This article will go through the many components and functionalities of the phone. Key Features of Walton Primo H10 Design The Walton Primo H10 is huge, but due to its weight distribution, users will hardly notice. The front has a large display that is shielded by a glass panel for further protection against drops. The bezels are large, which prospective buyers must accept, given the price tag. The back is virtually identical to that of the other premier phones, with the exception of a triple rear camera arrangement in the extreme top-left corner and a "Walton" branding in the bottom left corner. Although the rear camera module is somewhat raised above the back panel, Walton has integrated a grooved, non-textured gradient light reflecting back design that covers the whole back surface. This seems to be a fingerprint magnet, necessitating the usage of rear coverings. Read OPPO Reno7 Pro 5G Review: Is it worth it? A 3.5mm jack is placed on the bottom with a micro USB connector, a loudspeaker, and a primary microphone. There is a dual SIM + memory card slot on the right and a power button and volume rockers on the left. Display Walton's budget-friendly Primo H10 smartphone has a 6.52-inch IPS Display with a 720 x 1600-pixel resolution. It has a 20:9 aspect ratio and is equipped with IPS INCELL Technology and 2.5D Glass. Its regular maximum brightness is 400 nits. Consumers may give the display a significant thumbs down owing to its low PPI density. Due to its aspect ratio, it is ideal for watching movies and playing games on a massive screen. However, it is restricted to HD+, which results in a viewing density of 269 PPI. To be honest, this will be a major upgrade for anybody upgrading from a basic phone. However, people will notice the difference if they are descending from a Full HD resolution; thus, this is subjective. Read Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 Pro 5G Review: Major Pros, Cons The colours are washed out and lifeless, and there is also a lack of colour fidelity. This is, however, the best an entry-level smartphone can give. Users may still pay a little more on the Primo H10 and other smartphones to have a better display. Rear Cameras The Primo H10 has a single back camera with a 13MP wide-angle lens, a 2MP macro lens, and a 2MP depth lens. Walton had to make certain concessions in order to maintain a lower price point than its predecessor. The Primo H10 is equipped with three rear cameras and one front camera. In terms of the rear camera configuration in the daytime, the sensor is capable of producing decent images under optimal lighting conditions. The details are adequate, the colour reproduction is acceptable, and the photographs may even be compared to those of other high-end Walton smartphones. Due to the absence of a wider dynamic range on the primary camera, images may degrade somewhat, and HDR photographs are time-consuming. By and large, the photographs taken with the rear camera are mediocre. Read Best Upcoming Phones in March 2022 in Bangladesh: Official and Unofficial Front Camera Users will get a single 8MP front-facing camera capable of shooting high-quality photos throughout the day, which should come as no surprise considering the sensor's size. Portrait mode is available for both the selfie and rear cameras. This is a powerful feature given the price point of the phone. Portrait mode is effective at detecting edges but suffers when the subject is difficult to recognize. In summary, the portrait mode on the Primo H10 is a wonderful addition. Performance and Software The device is powered by a sluggish MediaTek Helio G35 Gaming Processor made in a 12nm process. It has an octa-core design with a top speed of 2.3GHz. It is equipped with an IMG PowerVR GE8320 GPU, 64GB of internal storage, and 4GB of RAM. Read Xiaomi Redmi 10 2022 Review: What’s new in the refreshed variant? It's a budget smartphone equipped with a powerful CPU. Users will have no difficulty utilizing the smartphone for everyday tasks like calling, texting, browsing YouTube videos, and surfing. Unlocking the apps, on the other hand, might take an abnormal length of time. While switching between applications, the phone does slow down somewhat. The delay is rather evident when switching between two games or between a game and an app. Users will be unable to fully experience visually demanding games such as Call of Duty: Mobile or PUBG Mobile. They'll have to resort to their Lite mode, which means reducing graphics and frame rates unless they want to cook with their eyes but lack a cooktop; in that case, they may use their phones. Users, on the other hand, may easily play less visually taxing games on their smartphone, such as Mobile Legends: Alto's Odyssey. Read Walton Primo NX6 Review with Price in Bangladesh Battery and Charging The Walton Primo H10 has a large 5,000 mAh battery. It is above average, which, considering the fact that people are using a barebones smartphone, may signal a longer battery life. That's over two days of battery life in the hands of an average user. By contrast, individuals may obtain an incredible 5 to 6 hours of SoT. Regardless of how well the battery performs as a consequence of the entry-level SoC, it is an important point of debate. Price in Bangladesh In Bangladesh, the Walton Primo H10 is available in a single configuration: 4GB RAM and 64GB ROM. The phone costs about BDT 12,999. Conclusion The Walton Primo H10 is completely unsuitable for consideration. It remains one of the cheapest smartphones on the market. It emphasizes making affordable phones with a maximum battery, display, and CPU capacity. Walton has retained a lot of aspects from the previous primo's design, such as the CPU. It will be the best choice for consumers searching for a truly budget-friendly phone with maximum functionalities. Read OnePlus Nord CE 2 5G Review: Is it worth it?
Walton has announced the Walton Primo NX6, a much-anticipated and hype-generating lower mid-range smartphone. The smartphone manufacturing company is popular among low-cost smartphone users because of the affordable qualities and capabilities of its phones. The phone was introduced on February 18. Since its launch, the phone has been a favorite among phone enthusiasts, particularly those looking for a nice inexpensive phone. Let's take a look at the Walton Primo NX6's features and capabilities. Key Features of Walton Primo NX6 Design The Walton Primo NX6 has a high-end luxury design while being visually consistent with previous Walton series phones. The Walton Primo NX6's back and frame are both constructed of plastic. A little amount of finger staining on the back is necessary for a smooth finish. The phone measures 168.6 x 76.5 x 8.9 mm and weighs 206 g. As a result, the phone has become a little weighty. Despite this, it is really pleasant to grip and use. The phone is available in two colors: Fluid Ash and Ripple Blue. A matt textured gradient pattern on the rear gives the phone a premium appearance. Read Itel Vision 3 Review: Is this low budget smartphone worth consideration? On the right, you'll find volume controls and the power button. A fast fingerprint scanner is located in the upper mid position on the back. A 3.5mm audio connection is located on the bottom. A USB Type-C port is included, as is a woofer and a speaker. On the top of the phone, a noise-canceling microphone has been installed. Display Walton has opted for a massive 6.78-inch FHD+ display, which is very standard in mid-range phones. It had a resolution of 2460*1080. In terms of watching pleasure, the Walton Primo NX6 has improved its video presentation quality with a few particular changes. The bezel and chin are both rather thin. The screen accounts for around 83.5 percent of the body ratio. The display has a high degree of brightness. Even when the brightness level is set to half power, it does not get black in broad daylight. Additionally, the viewing angle is favorable. The display has 16M color profiles and 2.5D Glass with INCELL Technology. As a consequence, a vibrant visual presentation is created. All of these capabilities, when paired with the big display size, will undoubtedly meet customer demand. Read OnePlus Nord CE 2 5G Review: Is it worth it? Rear Camera A massive three-lens system is used to provide exceptional image quality. The primary camera has a 48MP sensor with a 1/2" big sensor size and a 6P lens for crisp and vivid images. Two more lenses are included: a 5MP ultrawide and a 2MP depth. A dual-LED flashlight is included to assist people in low-light settings. AI Face Detection, Digital Zoom, BSI, HDR, Touch Focus, Touch Capture, Self-timer, Volume Capture, and Anti Flicker are all supported by the camera configuration. On the basis of these qualities, one may conclude that Walton has made every effort to impart delicacy and beauty to the Primo NX6 cameras. All lenses perform optimally in a brighter environment. All lenses exhibit an impressive level of detail and color rasterization capability. The overall quality of close-up and long-range shots is superior, owing to the helping lenses. In low light settings, photographs may include some missing information and noise. Apart from that, Walton's work is commendable. Users can capture video in 1080p at 30 frames per second. Read realme 9i: A step in the style and performance In low-light circumstances, the camera produces photos that are much noisier and have smeared details compared to prior models. While switching to night mode improves exposure somewhat, the noisy effect and squashed details continue. Front Camera The front lens is an 8MP wide-angle lens. It is contained inside the little punch hole on the display's top. In the mid-range smartphone industry, an 8MP selfie camera has become the standard. However, being Walton's initial effort to access the specified zone, it is regarded as reasonable. Portrait mode is rather effective, at least for producing detailed photographs. While the sharpness and highlights may be improved, no one can fault the lens. Additionally, this camera operates better in bright locations than in low-light situations. Read Vivo iQOO 9, and 9 Pro Review with Price in Bangladesh Performance and Software The good news is that the Walton Primo NX6 runs on Android 11. This boosts the phone's customizability and theme choices. As a chipset, consumers will get the Helio G85 Gaming octa-core CPU with a maximum clock speed of 2.00 GHz. A Mali G52-MC2 has been placed in the phone to support the CPU for graphical components. Both the CPU and the GPU are quite strong in terms of gaming capability. Games with a high setup will operate smoothly with little or no latency. Users may have a more satisfying gaming experience with a medium-resolution configuration. Read Symphony Z45 Review: Handy budget smartphone with basic features Users will also get a USB Type-C connector, face-unlock capability, and sensors for ambient light, acceleration, proximity, and gyroscope. Battery and Charger The phone comes with a non-removable lithium-polymer 6000mAh battery. It may create the appearance of a battery deficiency. The little battery, on the other hand, is intended to limit the phone's weight to a manageable level. While the battery can sustain users for almost a day on a single charge, the charger needs around 4 to 5 hours to charge the phone. Price of Walton Primo NX6 in Bangladesh The Walton Primo NX6 is available in a single configuration. For 4GB RAM and 64GB storage, the phone is currently priced at BDT 16,999. Read Samsung Galaxy A03 Review: Is it a worthy budget phone? Conclusion To sum up, the Walton Primo NX6 is an excellent effort to grab Walton's mid-range phone consumers. The majority of the features meet user expectations, particularly the MediaTek CPU, Mali GPU, and the most recent Android integration. However, a super FHD display would be more welcome than the LTPS FHD. The phone is a good pick for those who are looking for a Smartphone for basic use under affordable price range.
Walton's new flagship smartphone Primo S8 has been released in the market. The device's features include a powerful battery, four rear cameras, a punch-hole selfie camera, and 6.78-inch full HD plus LTPS display. Walton Mobile Chief Business Officer SM Rejoan Alam said: "Equipped with a full 3D glass panel, Primo S8 is available in mirror black and ocean blue colours. Also, it has side-mounted fingerprint sensors." Read Walton brings new model of Toronggo Wi-Fi router MA Hanif, chief sales officer of Walton Mobile, said: "Priced at Tk20,990, the device is available at all Walton plazas, mobile brands and retail outlets across the country. Also, customers can buy it for Tk19,313 from Walton's e-commerce platform Walcart with free home delivery and cash on delivery payment option." Running on the Android 11 operating system, the device sports a 2.0 GHz Helio G88 octacore processor, Mali-G52-MC2 graphics card along with 6GB LPDDR4x RAM. It features 128GB internal storage with 256GB microSD card support. Read Oppo Reno7 SE 5G Review: Can it rule the upper mid-range segment? The Walton Primo S8 phone has a 5000mAh Li-polymer battery with an 18W Type-C fast charging and reserves charging facility for outstanding power backup.
Walton was the first local tech conglomerate to venture into producing locally-made phones. The Walton Primo S8 is a successor to that long line of smartphones which are affordable and provide a great value for money. With its quad-camera setup, FHD+ display, and large battery, the Primo S8 looks to be yet another promising phone from Walton. But how does this latest Walton Smartphone stack up against the competitors? Read along for a detailed review. Walton Primo S8 Key Features Design and Build Quality Holding the phone, the first noticeable thing is its weight and heft. At about 205 grams, the Primo S8 is on the higher end of the weight category. Though much of it is due to the large battery housed inside. Even with the large battery, the phone is just 8.6 mm thick with a glass front and back. All four sides of the phone are made flat with tapering on the front and back. Read Infinix Hot 11 Play Review with Price in Bangladesh There is a 3.5 mm headphone jack which is becoming rare with each cycle of smartphone releases. There is also a single firing speaker along with the Type-C port on the bottom. The volume rocker and the power button are housed on the right with the sim tray on the left. The power button also acts as a fingerprint sensor for added security. The volume rocker and power button feel tactile to the touch and have a satisfying click. The weight distribution of this device is better than most other heavy smartphones. As a result, the weight won’t bother much even after long sessions of use. The front glass is a 2.5D curved one that isn’t rated for scratch or fall resistance. The phone also doesn’t come with any sort of IP rating so it won’t be water or dust resistant. However, at this budget, the device isn’t even expected to have them to begin with. Read MIUI 13 Review: Major Updates, Key Features and Compatible Phones Display The phone features an IPS capacitive touchscreen that supports up to 16M colors. However, the capacitive technology is an old one where more advanced IPS LCDs are available at this price point. However, the sharp contrast of the FHD+ display does a decent job of throwing crispy colors. The high 90 Hz refresh offers a usual smooth feel thanks to the UI and high display density. However, the viewing angles aren’t all that great on this device. Again, much of it is due to the display being a capacitive one which is the only mentionable downside. The display also gets significantly bright on the indoors as well as outdoor usage scenarios The phone provides perfect legibility under direct sunlight. Overall, it’s a decent display that ticks most of the boxes. Read Top 10 Best Upcoming Smartphones in Bangladesh in January 2022 Camera The main selling feature of this phone is its rear camera series. This device comes with a total of 4 sensors in it. There is a 48 MP main sensor, 5 MP wide-angle, 2 MP macro, and another 2 MP for the depth sensor. The main sensor can shoot up to 1080P at 30 fps. The main show here is the 48 MP where the rest three sensors are kind of gimmicky for everyday use. The front camera is an 8 MP wide-angle lens that can shoot pretty decent wide-angle selfies.
Walton has launched a new flagship smartphone with a 64-megapixel rear penta-camera – a five-sensor camera – set-up. Also, the phone sports a 32-megapixel selfie camera on the front and advanced features, including powerful RAM, ROM and side-mounted fingerprint. Read Itel Vision 2 Plus Review: Know the Advantages and Disadvantages The flagship model of Primo ZX4 has been released targeting the users who look for advanced features in devices, SM Rezwan Alam, chief executive officer of Walton Mobile, said. "Priced at Tk26,999, the 8.6mm phone has been released in charcoal black colour." Primo ZX4 is made of 3D glass panels. It has a 6.67-inch full HD plus LTPS display with a 20:9 aspect ratio, Habibur Rahman Tuhin, marketing in-charge of Walton Mobile, said. Read Moto Edge 20 5G Smartphone Review: Know the Pros and Cons Run by the Android 11 operating system, this Walton phone sports a powerful 2.05 GHz Helio G95 Octacore processor, ARM Mali-G76 MC4 GPU with 8GB LPDDR4X RAM, which will ensure high speed. The phone comes with 128GB internal storage with 256GB micro SD card support. For adequate power backup, the phone has a 4000mAh Li-Polymer battery with 18watt Type-C fast charging. Read Xiaomi POCO F3 GT Review: Can It Satisfy the Crazy Gamers?
A year ago, Walton launched their budget killer gaming smartphone Primo RX7 Mini with the Gamers' Choice tagline. The Primo RX7 Mini has shaken the smartphone market across the country and gained the trust of many people. Everyone had high hopes for the next successor in this series, And Walton did not let that hope be disappointed at all! Walton has introduced a new smartphone called Primo RX8 Mini in the country's market. Focusing on gaming, this phone has some breathtaking features. Read on to find the Walton Primo RX8 Mini Review. Key Features of Walton Primo RX8 Mini Design Primo RX8 Mini comes with a 2.5D glossy glass on the front as well as back. The glass is scratch resistant, and it saves your phone from any unwanted scratches. It tends to continue the trend of its predecessor, and 8.4mm stylish slim corning gorilla glass gives an aesthetic look and feel. Moreover, the glossy black color makes the phone elegant too. The best thing about the glass coating is that it doesn't attract dirt either. Therefore, the phone always remains clean. It has volume buttons on the right as well as the power button. The security slider remains on the left, along with the sim/micro-SD slot. The bottom of the phone features a speaker, mic, 3.5mm audio jack, and a USD type C. On the top part of the phone, you will find LED notification light and a noise cancellation microphone. Read Best Camera centric Smartphones under TK 15000 in 2021 Display Walton Primo RX8 Mini’s display featuring 2340 by 1080p resolution is good enough to enjoy heavy-graphics gaming as well as a multimedia experience. It offers a 6.3" IPS FHD display, which is typical for the budget Walton phones. Of course, compared with the same phone, the price is really low. For example, a smartphone with the same screen type is 5-8 times more expensive. Moreover, the 16cm 6.3-inch FHD+ Display is considered as one of a kind that makes everything look real on the screen. Further, the 19:9 aspect ratio will help you to use the phone in portrait mode efficiently. Besides, 2.5D curved glass gives a fabulous outlook. The captive touch screen with corning gorilla glass protection can give you a smooth user experience. Read OnePlus 9R review: Is it a flagship killer? Processor Primo RX8 Mini comes with the Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 6 series, which is specially designed for the mobile platform. It increases the phone's performance as well as efficiency. Therefore, it can get your superior mobile user experience. The 2.2GHz Octa-Core Processor; Kryo 260 64-bit and Qualcomm® Adreno™ 512 GPU is great for mobile games. So, you can play all the latest high-performance phones easily. On the other hand, the previous version came with a 2.0 GHz Octa-Core Processor (16nm). Getting a Snapdragon™ 6 series processor under Tk. 12,000 should be a gem as most of the brands cannot offer at this low price. Read Motorola Moto G10 Review with Full Specs and Price Memory RX8 comes with only one variation, 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage. Furthermore, you can also expand the memory to 256GB through the micro-SD slot. However, it is advisable not to use more than a 128GB memory card. Using a high memory SD card slows the phone down. On the other hand, the RX7 offered 4GB with a 32GB version. So, RX8's 64GB memory with the expandable memory feature can help you to play any latest games, take a lot of pictures, and record videos. Camera The camera provides three different sensors which can get you three different experiences. A 12MP Sony IMX 486 sensor works perfectly with a dedicated 8MP Wide-angle sensor and a 5MP depth sensor. The depth sensor leads to taking amazing portraits. Usually, the triple lens is used for taking photos in the triple mood. Moreover, the Sony 12MP IMX can bring every detail. The wider 8MP camera sensor gets you a wider view and takes eye-catchy landscape shots. The 5MP depth sensor offers amazing portrait shots with the background blur. Nevertheless, the V-Drop notch of the RX8 mini features 13MP selfie camera with beautiful video features that can easily take confident shots. Read Symphony Atom 2 Smartphone Review: Best in Budget Security Slider The Primo RX8 mini brings a unique feature named security slider, which has three separate modes to allow access or deny access to your camera as well as microphone based on your need. Through the slider button, you can enhance your phone's security. It also features a tap to security option. You can set a fingerprint and set your own security guards against the intruders. Moreover, it also comes with super-fast fingerprint readers. Besides, it also comes with face unlock features. So, it is obvious that your Primo RX8 Mini gives you ultimate security from very high expectations. Read Redmi Note 8 2021 Edition: Can it overcome the drawbacks? Battery and Charging Despite all the features, it doesn't come with a heavy battery. It comes with a 3600mAh battery, which may not be good enough for those who want to spend most of their time gaming. But Walton has covered it up by providing a 10W charger out of the box, which supports an 18W fast charging capability. So, fast charging will definitely save your time. Also read: 5G phone: Realme targets 100 million youth customers by 2024 Walton Primo RX8 Specs - Operating System: Android 10 ™ - Dimensions: 158.92 x 75.49 x 8.36 mm - Weight: 178g - Processor: Qualcomm® Snapdragon 6-Series; and 2.2GHz Octa-Core Processor - GPU: Qualcomm® Adreno™ 512 GPU - RAM: 4GB - Storage (ROM): 64GB - Expandable Memory: Up to 256GB - Network Type: 2G/3G/4G - Screen Size: 16cm (6.3”) IPS Full lamination FHD+ 19:9 aspect ratio - Resolution: FHD+ 2340x1080 pixels - Display Type: 2.5D Curved Glass with IPS INCELL Technology - Touch: Capacitive Touch Screen along with the Corning Gorilla Glass Protection - Rear Camera: 12MP+8MP+5MP AI Triple Cameras, Auto Focus with PDAF, LED Flash - Front Camera: 13MP - Video Recording: Full HD-1920x1080 - Connectivity: Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, WLAN, Hotspot, HSPA+, Bluetooth V5.0, OTA, Wireless Display (Cast), OTG - Sensors: Accelerometer (3D), Gravity (3D), Light (Brightness) - Battery Capacity: 3600mAh - Color: Black Read Itel Vision 2 Plus Review – Stylish, Yet Typical Walton Primo RX8 Mini Price Walton Primo RX8 Mini has already been released. It is available in the stores as well as online on Walton's websites. The 4GB phone with 64GB storage is priced at Tk. 11,999. However, the company offered Tk. 1,000 discount for the preorder, which finished on June 16, 2021. Bottom Line This made in Bangladesh smartphone Walton Primo RX8 Mini has a special replacement facility. If there is any fault found within 30 days of buying the phone, Walton replaces it, and the buyer will be given another new phone. In addition, buyers will receive after-sales service within 48 hours on a priority basis within 101 days. The phone also has one year after-sales service on the smartphone and six months on battery and charger. Read Walton Primo R8 Review: Affordable phone with attractive features