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Wiko Power U30 Review

Design and display

The Wiko Power U30 is a large phone: its screen is 6.82 inches with HD + resolution with a notch and a reasonably thick lower frame. It is a comfortable device in hand, although somewhat heavy (124 grams). The materials with which it is built give it a feeling of resistance and are also not slippery.

The screen gives a good viewing experience even in the light, although a little more maximum brightness would not have hurt. The design, at first glance, is somewhat more modest than other devices in its price range, but my feelings when using it were pretty good.

On the right side is a specific button to call the Google Assistant, as well as the volume control and the power and lock button. The fingerprint sensor is located on the back, which is no longer very common since most manufacturers place it on the screen or the side. Still, it is a comfortable position that allows us to quickly unlock the phone while holding it with one hand. The sensor works very well and is fast and reasonably accurate unless our fingers are a bit wet.

Power and autonomy

This phone has a MediaTek Helio G35 processor accompanied by 4 GB of RAM plus 64 GB of internal storage expandable up to 256 GB. It is a reasonably tight processor in power, which affects the device’s operation. When performing demanding tasks, the speed and fluidity suffer quite a bit, and sometimes when opening applications such as the camera one, there is some lag.

Android 11 arrives almost pure on this phone, with hardly any pre-installed apps except for some of the brand’s own that can be deleted without a problem. As we can see, the phone responds as expected for an entry-level device, but it has a feature that makes it stand out from the competition: its autonomy.

The 6,000 mAh battery performs well, not only because of its high amperage but also because the system is very undemanding. In my tests with this device, I could go more than three days without needing to charge it (the 18W charger is included). With regular use, I spent four days without charging it. Of course, keep in mind that if the service is more exhaustive, this time may be less.

The phone includes a feature called AI Power, dedicated to intelligent saving and optimizing the power consumption of apps. By activating it, we get the battery to last much longer, although some apps will no longer be available while it is activated.

They are cameras that offer what we expected, without surprises, decisive, but not up to the level of users with a high level of demand in this field.

The Wiko Power U30 is a modest device whose price is 179 euros, and despite not standing out for its design or power, it leaves a good feeling with its screen and especially with its autonomy. It is a perfect purchase for those who do not want to be aware of having to charge their mobile every so often; it is even an ideal alternative as a secondary phone for trips, especially if we go somewhere where we do not have plugs at hand.


The phone has a triple camera system comprising a 13 MPX primary sensor, a 2 MPX sensor for portrait mode, and one more with QVGA resolution for AI. The latter improves scene detection and light capture.

The results that this camera gives are modest. Photos in good light are fine, with reasonably natural color reproduction, but the focus is too slow, causing images to look blurry at times. It doesn’t have a dedicated night mode or portrait mode on the front camera, but the portrait mode on the primary camera gets the job done.


autonomy of four days
It has a headphone jack
good screen


adjusted performance
modest design

The French firm Wiko is not unknown in Spain. For years, the manufacturer has launched entry-level devices in the country and wants to strengthen its presence in this competitive market with the Power U series of phones with prodigious autonomy.

Within this family, the complete model is the Wiko Power U30, a phone with a large screen and a 6,000 mAh battery that, on paper, promises up to four days of autonomy. Is it true? Luckily we tested it, and we tell you this and everything about the new Wiko Power U30 in this in-depth analysis.

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