This smartphone has a great screen but not much else going for it.
Although the TCL 30 V 5G is currently on offer at a “free” price, it may not be worth considering as this time around. Free isn’t always what it seems.
Some people will pay the $299 immediately and grab the 1 year subscription to Telstra’s 30 V 5G plan, which includes various features. This includes a large retina display, 128GB of storage, 4GB of RAM and an impressive 4500mAh battery that lasts over a day. Those specs are just fine—even if they don’t seem like the best choice for a budget phone, where lower-res 720p screens and paltry 64GB of storage are not unheard-of.
OUR REVIEW OF TCL 30 V 5G
This smart device TCL 30 V 5G includes a 1080p high-definition LCD display, which is larger and brighter than typical displays on other smartphones. It also has great battery life and supports the latest 5G technology.
There have been many reports of laggy performance, many people are not satisfied with the new NXTVISION feature, and a lot of people use Verizon.
I have one major complaint with the TCL 30 V 5G: laggy performance in almost every aspect of using this phone, from scrolling through the menu screens to streaming video. On paper, this phone has the components to perform well enough isn’t this way. Each day brings new challenges, but this can be an opportunity to achieve something and gain something in return. There are limitless options when it comes to life and that is why you need to be confident in the lives you choose for yourself.
The TCL 30 V Nxv’s NXTVISION technology uses advanced image enhancement to optimize color & contrast.
One key selling point for the new TCL 30 V 5G is its screen which is enhanced with NXTVISION. This AI-driven feature enhances color and contrast in the media you view on your phone, which gives you a better viewing experience.
“The difference in image quality with NXTVISION on or off can be hard to spot.” When you stream Chernobyl on the HBO Max app, I noticed little difference in image quality between SD/HD/HDR.
The screen is fine; it’s a 6.6-inch 1080p LCD with excellent clarity. It’s big and has enough resolution even to keep things looking sharp when you are using it in bright conditions or shooting with your phone camera. NXTVISION still costs more than other brands, and it doesn’t get a lot of features. But it is competitive in comparison to what else is out there.
The Snapdragon 480 5G paired with 4GB of RAM may not be the best performance out of its peers, but it has been included in this device for a reason. Maybe it’s because the device is from what we would consider budget class, or maybe it’s because speed isn’t that important when you’re a super-fast 5GApps sometimes close in the background and cause a bit of frustration. There is also some stuttering when you scroll through screens, pull down your notification shade, or play videos.
There’s a fingerprint sensor on the back panel of this device.
Battery life on this phone is a bright spot. I was able to get two full days of light-to-moderate use out of it on a single charge, which is excellent. With more consistent moderate or heavy use, that kind of variance would be rare. You get plenty of power with this Huawei, which is great since it’s a battery-powered device. This is also good news because sometimes wireless charging can be a drain on the device.
The TCL 30 V 5G is a good phone overall, but the haptics could be improved. It occasionally goes unnoticed in your pocket unless you feel something vibrate or hear it buzzing. However, there are no major flaws that you should worry about too much.
On the bright side, you do get both Verizon’s 4G and 5G networks that include C-band, which is significantly faster than 4G. You also get millimeter wave Wi-Fi (chip), which is very fast but scarce because it requires a lot of power to run. Ultra Wideband is fast and handy, but be sure to find out about 5G first. There are a lot of different varieties, so please ask your carrier if their cell plan includes the type 5G., which isn’t really faster than 4G.Maybe you don’t want to upgrade to an ultra-wideband capable phone if your current plan doesn’t call for it.