Over the weekend, Xolo has is pretty active launching a trio of smartphones. Following the launch of the Play 8X-1100 for Rs 14,999, the vendor has come up with yet another smartphone dubbed Q700s Plus carrying a reasonable price label of Rs 8,499. This handset comes with decent specifications that make it a great competitor to the other entry-level smartphones that exist in the market.
Taking a look into the technical specifications front, the Xolo Q700s Plus arrives with a standard display that measures 4.5 inches in size and packs a FWVGA screen resolution of 854×480 pixels. Under the hood, the Q700s Plus houses a MediaTek MT6582M chipset that comprises of a 1.3 GHz Cortex A7 quad-core processor and a moderate 1 GB of RAM that will take charge of multi-tasking.
On the imaging front, the Xolo phone is given an 8 MP primary snapper at its back and this is paired with dual LED flash in order to provide an enhanced performance even under low light conditions. This snapper is claimed to support FHD 1080p video recording facility, panorama and HDR shooting modes and other aspects like Live Photo Mode and Voice Capture. The handset also flaunts a front-facing VGA camera for basic video calling.
In terms of storage, the Xolo Q700s Plus bundles 8 GB of internal storage capacity that can be extended externally by another 32 GB by means of a micro SD card. Fueled by the latest iteration of Google’s platform – Android 4.4.2 KitKat, the smartphone is packed with connectivity features including 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS and dual SIM functionality. Powering the Q700s Plus from within is a standard 1,800 mAh battery that is rated to pump in a life of up to 8 hours of talk time and 429 hours of standby time.
The Xolo Q700s Plus with these aforementioned specifications will definitely be a tough challenger to the other smartphones in the entry-level market segment, especially in the sub Rs 10,000 price bracket. Most of the smartphones that are launched in this price bracket appears to arrive with similar aspects such as 8 GB of internal storage capacity, capable quad-core processors and Android KitKat operating system making the competition fiercer.