Itel P55 Review in 10 Points


The itel P55 features a shimmering gradient rear panel that is resistant to fingerprints. It's comfortable to hold as it has flat edges, thin bezels, and a punch-hole front camera. Despite weighing 190g, it feels light due to even weight distribution. Additionally, its 8mm thickness makes it more sleek.


The itel P55 has a 6.6-inch 90Hz LCD display. It provides an immersive experience for streaming and supports up to Full HD (1080p) videos on YouTube. Also, it comes with adaptive brightness which adjusts well to ambient lighting. However, the device struggles under direct sunlight. 

Rear Camera

The itel P55 boasts a 50MP+0.08 MP dual rear camera setup. The daylight photography delivers vibrant colours and decent detail with HDR and ultra-HD modes which enhance sharpness. In low light the camera struggles, producing blurry, grainy images even with Super Night mode.

Front Camera

The itel P55 sport an 8MP front camera for selfies. It performs well in daylight but may wash out skin tones. 


The itel P55 is powered byUnisoc T606 SoC paired with up to 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. The device handles day-to-day use and browsing well and can serve as a casual gaming device. Although optimal performance is achieved at lower resolutions.


The itel P55 runs on Android 13 with a user-friendly custom skin. There is some bloatware, however, it can be removed if desired. The handset comes with features like game mode, dual app function, and auto call recording, etc.


The itel P55 is equipped with a 5,000mAh battery, which scored an impressive 19 hours and 55 minutes on the PCMark battery test, guaranteeing it can easily last a full day with heavy usage.


The itel P55 supports 18W charging. It takes approximately 2.5 hours to go from 0 to 100 percent. Although the charging speed could be faster, it is balanced by the impressive battery backup.


The itel P55 is a budget friendly option, featuring a smooth 90Hz display, impressive battery life, reliable performance, and good daylight camera capabilities. However, it has slow charging, lower peak brightness and struggles with low-light photography to maintain affordability.

Editor's rating: 7.5/10


> Brightness could be better

> Low-light camera could be improved

> Good everyday performance

> Respectable daylight camera

> Excellent battery backup