Xolo's Upcoming Q900T Mid-Range Smartphone Boasts Of A Curved Display

Even if the curved display is a gimmick, the phone offers enough to go up against the Moto G on paper.

 

Indian smartphone manufacturer Xolo has quietly listed its newest mid-range smartphone, the Q900T, on its official website at the price of Rs 11,999. Apart from sporting a quad-core processor, the phone comes with what the company calls a 4.7-inch HD IPS 2.5D curved display.

 

If so, the the Q900T could be one of just three mobile devices sporting curved displays – the other two coming from Korean giants Samsung and LG. Apart from the display, the phone features some typical mid-range specifications, which at the price undercut that of the Motorola Moto G.

 

The Q900T comes equipped with a 1.5GHz quad-core MediaTek processor, and sports a PowerVR SGX544 GPU clocked at 357 MHz. Memory stands at 1 GB of RAM and 4 GB of internal storage, while the phone also has a microSD card slot enabling expansion of upto 32 GB.

 

At the back, the phone houses an 8MP snapper, featuring something the company calls a BSI sensor that makes for enhanced low-light shots. The Q900T also comes with a 2MP camera up front for making video calls and snapping those all-important selfies.

 

The phone however doesn't run on Android's latest avatar, but instead on Jelly Bean 4.2 which is quite a disappointment given the phone's promising specs. Even if the curved display is merely a gimmick, the phone sports compelling specifications at a price that puts it head to head with the overtly successful Moto G.

 

The Xolo Q900T offers more than the Moto G in many key areas, but it is yet to be seen how the phone really performs in the real world.


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