Umigidi Power 7s Review — What's Good?

How much can a budget phone under $100 deliver?

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Our review of Umidigi power 7s

6.1 / 10Review score

Umidigi's budget phone the Umigidi Power 7s tried all it feel it could do for the price — but how much more are we asking of at the starting price of $100


  • 6150mAh battery
  • big and bright display 6.7"
  • under $100


  • Avarage camera
  • No fingerprint scanner

You don’t often see phones that cost less than $100 dollars in the market nowadays, but the Umidigi power 7s cost less than $99. It packs a 6150mAh battery, a large 6.7-inch display, and a 3d hexagon design that makes it comfortable in the hand, it is one of the only devices below $100 with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage, it also has a 16-megapixel primary camera. If you are in the market for a device that cost less than $100 dollar then it might be this one. Follow me along to explore the Umidigi power 7s together.

Nowadays smartphone manufacturers are starting to remove accessories from the box. But the Umidigi power 7s comes with a plastic TPU case, a charger, and a red USB C cable.

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Moving on to the design and build quality

umigidi power 7s hexagon design
The back has a plastic hexagon texture all over — providing a better grip

The phone is made of plastic at the back, and it has a cool finish with a hexagon texture all over the back of the phone. It prevents the phone from being slippery in the hand, it also prevents fingerprint stains on the phone. we have here the Atlantic blue color and it shines depending on how the light hits it. Other color options include sunbeam gold and reef gray.

There are two cameras at the back housed in a black module with a flashlight beside it. We also have the UMIDIGI branding on the bottom left side of the phone. It charges through a USB C port, we also have a microphone for calls and a down-firing speaker at the bottom. The speaker is quite decent, it has the headphone jack at the top, and also a second tiny microphone for calls. The power button is just by the right side, and it has the volume rockers above it. They are fantastic to press. On the left, there is a Sim card and SD card tray slot.

What are some of the features of the Umigidi power 7s?

umigidi power 7s back design

The Umidigi power 7s supports dual 4G sim cards, it also works with all the global LTE bands. There is a remappable button on the left side that can be used to easily access apps and other features of the phone. If clicked once — will turn on the flashlight by default. Overall the phone is fantastic to hold in the hand. It is lightweight despite having a 6150mAh battery. The phone lacks a fingerprint scanner, and I feel we should have gotten a cheap physical fingerprint scanner instead of the quick access button on the phone. but then you're left with a face unlock option which is not as secure as the fingerprint ones.

The display is 6.7", it is big enough to enjoy watching movies, and playing games. It is an IPS LCD display with a 720p resolution. It is responsive to touch. White colors appear perfectly on the display. It also contrasts and is sharp enough when streaming videos on YouTube. The chin and bezels are noticeable, but we can’t complain especially since it’s a 100-dollar device. You can also adjust the color and contrast of the device in the settings which is something not common on other phones with LCD displays. You can also turn on dark mode in the settings if you are into that. Under direct sunlight, it's decent — do not forget to have auto brightness on because the display can get dim quick outdoor. The display is very okay and I enjoyed using it.

The Umigidi power 7s runs on stock Android 11, there are no bloatwares or unwanted apps on the phone which is something we mostly find on devices within its price category. The interface kinda looks old, especially with the icons on the quick menu. One thing — there are a lot of customizations you can do on the phone. There are system navigation and gesture controls that you can toggle and use. I love how snappy and responsive the UI is, the android skin feels lightweight. there's still room for improvement on the overall UI.

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Is the Umigidi power 7s powerful?

Performance is handled by the Unisoc T310 chipset which is not popular, but during our time with this device, it was just fine. Most of the people we expect to get this phone are not excessive users. The phone isn’t targeted at gamers but rather casual users. For basic tasks like scrolling through social media, making calls, texting, and all it is very okay. In fact, I love how snappy it opens up apps the moment I click them. I also played games like Alto's odyssey — it won’t run demanding games for sure like COD and Need for speed effectively. Overall the performance is decent for a phone its price.

The battery is one of the finest part of this device, it is only hindered by the lack of optimization from the software or chipset I guess. It can last a whole 10hrs under intensive usage from our tests. The 6150mah battery is excellent and can easily go two days for casual users. Charging the phone takes at least 2 and half hours from zero to a hundred. The battery life is exceptional for the huge battery and poor chip.

How good is the Umigidi power 7s camera?

it has a 16MP main camera and an 8MP ultra-wide lens at the back. The camera is okay in well-lit conditions, buts it’s clear that the phone is not focused on the camera, there's no portrait mode in the camera viewfinder. Up front, it has an 8MP selfie camera. images from the Umidigi power 7s look too sharp and overly exposed, its cameras can only perform well in lit environments to produce a lovable decent looking photo

Umidigi power 7s Specs

Umidigi power 7s
IPS LCD 16M, 60 Hz, 720 x 1650 px (6.70") 269 PPI
∼81.6% screen-to-body ratio
Unisoc T310 UMS312
PowerVR GT7200
4 GB
64 GB
6,150mAh wired charging
REAR: - 20 MP (wide) + 8 MP (ultra wide), 120° FoV Dual Camera, 1080p@30fps Vide
FRONT: - 8MP Camera, 1080p@30fps Videos
single bottom speakers and 3.5mm headphone jack
Face unlock, passcode, No fingerprint reader
2g- Yes, GSM 2(1900), 3(1800), 5(850), 8(900) – SIM 1 and SIM 2
3g- Yes, HSDPA Band 1(2100), 2(1900), 4(1700), 5( 850), 6(800), 8(900), 19(800)
4g- Yes, FDD LTE bands B1 /2 /3 /4 /5 /7 /8 /12 /13 /17 /18 /19 /20 /25 /26 /28A /28B /B66 and TDD LTE bands 34 /38 /39 /40 /41
Android 11
Dimensions & weight
158.6 x 73.4 x 8.5 mm
Gold, blue, silver
In the box
Umidigi power 7s USB-C cable, charger, TPU case, and Paperwork

Umidigi power 7s — The verdict

the Umidigi Power 7s is one of the best phones you can buy for $100. It has an outstanding design and performance for the price category. The only thing that feels like a lot of a letdown is the camera. If you want an alternative maybe you could look through our best phones under 50,000 Naira series. that has been it for the Umidigi power 7s — share your thoughts, questions, and findings with us in the comments, bye.


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