Summary: The Xolo Q1100 is definitely a power packed smartphone in the budget category and gives a tough competition to the Moto G. For the ones who like a larger display and don't bother much about the brand, the Q1100 is a highly recommended smartphone.
Pros: Nice 720p display quality, Good price to performance ratio, GPU manages to play games smoothly
Summary: Xolo Q1100 is a power packed mid-range smartphone from our very own domestic mobile maker. It has been pitted against the infamous Moto G. Available with larger display and a fast quad core processor, this homemade smartphone looks like a serious competition. • Impressive design • Good performance • HD resolution display • Magnetic sensor for full navigation support • Prone to fingerprints & smudges • Poor battery life • Average camera Xolo has been offering a good range...
Pros: Impressive design , Good performance , HD resolution display , Magnetic sensor for full navigation support
Cons: Prone to fingerprints & smudges , Poor battery life , Average camera
Summary: XOLO Q1100 handset was launched about a month ago. The handset packs in features such as a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor and an 8-megapixel rear snapper. We have the handset for some time now and have already posted the hands-on images along with our first impressions of the device. Here’s our detailed review of the XOLO Q1100. The XOLO Q1100 is designed like a plastic slab.
Summary: Indian brands have been playing the specs game ever since they started making budget smartphones. Quad-core processors, 8MP rear cameras and 5-inch plus displays, all at less than half the price of a mid-range smartphone from global brands. These 'high-end' specifications did not always imply good performance.
Summary: Rs. 8729 olo Q1100 has a potential hardware that is gamer friendly. Read on to more. Xolo India offers a number of smartphones under its Q series which come with quad-core mobile processor packed inside. While most of its sub-Rs 15,000 devices house a MediaTek chipset, Xolo has slowly moved towards implementing the Qualcomm Snapdragon solutions. Back in November 2013, the company introduced the Xolo Q500 with Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 mobile chipset.
Pros: Nice and large HD resolution supporting display, Above average hardware performance and good for gaming
Cons: Imaging results can be better with updates, Battery life turns out to be less than the competitors
Summary: Xolo launched the Q1100, its first Snapdragon 400-powered smartphone last month at a price tag of Rs. 14,999. It comes under the Q CORE series and has a 5-inch HD display, similar to the Q1000 and the Q1000S. It goes head to head with the Samsung Galaxy Grand 2, that is also powered by a quad-core Snapdragon 400 processor and also lies in a similar price range of the Moto G. Is the Xolo Q1100 worth the price ? Let us find out in the complete review.
Pros: Good build, Good performance, 8 GB of internal storage with expansion slot
Cons: Display is too glossy, Battery life could be better, Average camera