Summary: • 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 of smartphones under its Q series.
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.
Summary: There's no real doubt that Indian smartphone brands are giving established international companies a run for their money, but the argument that they're only able to do so by selling cheap, poorly manufactured products might not be able to hold water for very much longer.
Pros: Good, Good looks, Good performance, Value for money
Cons: Bad, Poor battery life, Minor construction quality issues
Summary: Rs. 14999 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.
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.
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