You bought the wrong thing then, you get what you pay for, stick to the brand names. If I had to use corded drills I would never be able to work from a boom-lift or scissor lift unless I was less than 10m from the ground.
@sotiris.bos To drill concrete, bricks or other stone product you will need a hammer-drill.
To insert/remove screws you will need an impact gun, these you can kind of get away with using a cheap one, but if you're going to be doing work outside of hobby use you will want to pay for the more expensive drill.
For many things in life there is little difference between expensive brand-name items and cheap, generic items - power tools ARE NOT one of these things you cheap out on, pay a good price now and it will last you a long time without malfunction.
Being a trades worker I'm perhaps biased, but my experience only backs up my claim.