Features, Performance, and Reviews for the DIGNO A
DIGNO A's size
The DIGNO A is 2.8inches (72mm) wide, 5.7inches (145mm) tall, and 0.3inches (8.7mm) thick. I can just barely use it with one hand, so it may feel big to some people. In the case of the DIGNO A, it weighs about 4.8oz (136g). The weight is such that it's hardly noticeable even when using one-handed. However, some people may find it tiring to use for long periods.
In giving an overall rating to the DIGNO A, while it may be slightly difficult to hold, it shouldn't be much of a problem when considering its general strengths and weaknesses.
The CPU performance of DIGNO A
The processing power of the DIGNO A is, at 1.4GHz+1.1GHz×8(OctaCore), relatively high. Its features would position it somewhere between high and mid-level among currently available smartphones, but it will be rather stress-free in terms of using most apps. Most 3D games that don't burn up too much memory should be playable to a satisfying degree for the most part. 2D games should be no problem at all.
The DIGNO A has 3GB of RAM, so it has plenty of space. In rare cases this amount of RAM might not be sufficient, but there shouldn't be too much stress on the machine with this amount.
The DIGNO A has the overall operating speed of a high-end smartphone, so it will hardly ever cause you trouble. But you might need to be careful when using heavy apps like 3D games a lot.
DIGNO A's storage capacity
The DIGNO A has 32GB of data storage, which is plenty for taking photos, but for people who frequently shoot videos or have lots of games installed, this may not feel like enough space.
Since the DIGNO A is compatible with SD cards, you'll be able to easily expand your storage capacity; you won't need to worry about how much internal space it has.
DIGNO A's screen
The DIGNO A has a 5 inch screen. The iPhone X has a big screen, which very likely won't ever trouble you. Just be aware that it's not a very good size for writing long blocks of text.
The screen of the DIGNO A is extremely clear, and it's able to display everything from images to videos and even video game graphics in perfect clarity.
The camera function of DIGNO A
The DIGNO A has a 13 MP main camera that lets you take photos and videos in a quite high resolution. You may be a little dissatisfied with it in some situations, for example when you want to capture scenery in very high resolution or print out beautiful photos, but this should not be an issue you run into very often.
The DIGNO A comes with a 5 MP pixel camera, which is a standard level. It's perfectly fine for selfies, but may be not as satisfying if you wish to take photos of large numbers of people, or make printouts.
The battery performance of DIGNO A
The DIGNO A's battery capacity is 2600mAh, a standard level for these types of phones. Compared to other smartphones, the DIGNO A has a standard battery life. It should not be a problem for normal use. However, if you spend a lot of time online or playing games, you may find the battery life a bit dissatisfying.
Overall assessment of DIGNO A
The DIGNO A is a relatively high-performance smartphone. If you plan to use it as your main smartphone, you may find it slightly inconvenient, but within tolerable limits.