Summary: Well using this phone from about last 2weeks, will like to tell you some thing.. if you want to buy a phone with superb looks that's right SUPERB looks in fact i will rate the looks above the samsung phones and sony phones with in the same price range in fact looks are above any samsung phone.
Summary: As on 26 Dec 2013 Short : Bad product Issues: Calls drop in 95% of calls. When in pocket screen gets easily unlocked and makes calls Battery quickly drops from 60% to 20% Good for Gaming is good, Camera is good Have stopped using it as a phone. Using only for camera, games. As on 12 November 2013 Used for more than 2 months.
Conclusion: It took a while but the Lava XOLO Play T1000 finally brings NVidia’s Tegra SoC over to budget smartphones. The benefits of this may seem to be insignificant. After all, more powerful CPUs are coming up every day. But the Tegra 3 is still good for gaming performance, and paves the way for the far more powerful Tegra 4 to be featured on budget smartphones sooner or later.
Summary: The design of the Xolo Play is simple and the device has good build quality and doesn't feel plasticky. The front of the phone is an all-glass panel that extends right to the edges. The thin chrome strip that surrounds the phone adds to the aesthetics of the smartphone. The capacitive buttons for Settings, Home and Back, are backlit, but a little too dim than usual. The rubberized rear panel offers you a good grip.