CloudFone Thrill Power Review - Legit Big Battery On A Budget!
|It has a 5 inch HD screen!|
Equipped with an 5 inch screen w/ HD resolution, the Thrill Power has one of the better screens we checked on a budget. At 294 pixels per inch, sharpness is fine and the display quality output is okay. It delivered images with nice white balance, color accuracy, and acceptable punch.
|2 points of touch isn't enough|
Viewing angles are also nice due to its 2.5D curved glass and it can go bright enough to be legible for outdoor use. Just don't expect it to perform like a higher-end display and you'll be fine.
Our only gripe it just have 2 points touch. Typing accuracy is alright, but it would have been better if there's more points of touch.
|There's a single loud speaker at the back|
The phone has a single speaker behind. The output is good where it performed better than other much better than the other budget "audio-centric" phone we tested last year. Clarity and resolution is alright and it can produce decent mids and non-fatiguing highs. Bass response won't be that much present, but its tighter than most at its price. Loudness is acceptable as well. Distortion is minimal on max volume.
For the headphone audio out, sound quality is decent too. Output is flat and well balanced. It can produce well rounded bass response, clear mids w/ distinguishable layers, okayish highs. Highs could be piercing and has hiss on some tracks though. Soundstage is wide in presentation.
For the microphone, it did great for calls, but we wished it to better for recordings. Still decent as a whole though.
|High battery life score!|
Battery life is extremely impressive!
|The 8 MP Samsung sensor found at the back|
Image quality is solid for the price!
Rear Camera Samples
|Normal vs HDR mode w/ yellowish saturation|
|Creating background blur is possible|
|Grainy indoor shot, but still acceptable|
|Night mode shot|
But, we're wrong! The picture quality in front is very acceptable for the price. It has wide angle lens that can fit at least 4 people in a single frame and the quality is just fine. It nearly has close to accurate color profiles and decent sharpness and dynamic range. In lowlight, expect it to struggle. Fortunately, there's a screen flash mode to make you at least visible in the dark.
Selfie Camera Samples
|Expected benchmark scores|
|The UI of the phone|
Build / Design - 4
Display - 4
Audio - 4
Battery - 4.75
Camera - 4
Performance - 3.5
Average - 4 / 5