Is the Boost Celero 5G Worth It?

When you are looking to get a new smartphone, you usually find yourself in a dilemma between an iPhone and an Android phone.

Apart from the usual brands like Apple, Samsung, Huawei, Vivo, Oppo, Lenovo, Xiaomi, Google Pixel, and other known brands, we don’t look any further for a smartphone.

Do you?

Well, if you are interested in experimenting with affordable phones, you are going to the Boost Celero 5G smartphone.

Even though Boost Mobile released the new Boost Celero 5G+ very recently, and everyone is talking about that phone.

I want to revisit the Celero 5G because it was the first low-cost phone Boost Mobile had launched.

Without further ado, let’s get into it.

The Design

When you get the Boost Celero 5G, you would have to say it gives you a good first impression with its sleek design.

The edges of this smartphone are round, and it has a plastic body while it feels like metal. And this phone is tall and big with dimensions of 167 x 76 x 8.7mm.

A bit heavy!

You could say it is on the heavier side with a weight of 203 g. But if you like a big smartphone, this one is quite big.

The back of the phone has a matte finish with a blend of silver and gold colors, and the camera looks much like the ones in an iPhone.

The Display

With a display of 6.5 inches and a resolution of 1600 x 720 pixels, the Boost Celero 5G phone’s display is not bad at all for a low-cost smartphone.

At least you get a big ol’ touchscreen to enjoy watching videos or playing games on. And its resolution is also HD+, which makes the display clear and bright.

The Camera

For a low-cost phone, this phone boosts a whopping 16MP camera with 2MP depth and 5MP ultrawide specs.

No grains when you click!

And the best part is that the phone doesn’t lag when you are taking pictures on it. But you would need good-enough lighting for good-quality pictures.

However, the front camera with 8MP is good for clicking bright pictures, even when the lighting is dim.

The Storage

You will get an internal storage of 64GB with 4GB RAM with this phone, which can handle basic tasks easily.

And if the 64GB storage isn’t good enough for you, you can expand it with a MicroSD of up to 2TB of capacity.

The Performance

Although the MediaTek Dimensity 700 processor is not that powerful, the phone doesn’t lag much or heat up when you play videos.

And even though the graphics aren’t too great either, you can have a good-enough experience playing games.

A basic-level phone!

The fingerprint reader integrated into this phone works fine. But the only problem is the bloatware obtaining tons of unnecessary carrier apps.

The Connectivity

As you can guess, it gives you access to a 5G network, which obviously makes it perform tasks fast.

Things like streaming videos and music, calls, MMS, and SMS features are all standard. And it has Bluetooth 5.1 and USB type-C connectivities.

Not to mention, you can access Wi-Fi and hotspot on this phone, along with GPS, but it doesn’t have NFC.

The Battery

This phone comes with a battery capacity of 400mAh, which is good enough. But it claims to last for about 45 hours regarding talk time.

It doesn’t support wireless charging, but it comes with a 15W fast charger, which isn’t bad.

The Verdict

The Boost Celero 5G smartphone is not supposed to be compared to the high-end smartphones from all the well-known brands we like. But it is a low-cost phone that you could experiment with on a short budget.

 

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