QMobile Noir A1 Lite Comes With A 20MP Selfie Camera And A Huge Battery

To cater to the ever-rising number of budget-conscious buyers in Pakistan, QMobile has once again launched a new smartphone model that features some very decent specifications at an affordable price.

Meet the Noir A1 Lite.

QMobile Noir A1 Lite

The QMobile Noir A1 Lite is the younger sibling of its recently launched flagship, the Noir A1. The A1 Lite is priced at Rs. 22,999/-.

With the A1 Lite you get a 5.3″ in-cell FHD screen having a resolution of 1920×1080 with a 2.5D display. All this is protected by Gorilla Glass 3. It features a sleek 8mm metallic build which makes the A1 Lite thinner, elegant and comfortable to use.

On the hardware side of things, the A1 Lite comes equipped with 3GB of RAM, allowing you to multitask without any hassle. All the processing is handled by the powerful 1.3GHz octa-core processor. Internal storage options are limited to 32GB only which can be further expanded up to 256GB via a microSD card.

 

 

The primary camera on the A1 Lite is 13MP, with autofocus and an LED flash. The front camera features an impressive 20MP with 5P lens that shoots clearer selfies. A 1/2.8″ large sensor and a 4-cell technique captures more than 4 times the normal amount of light for better low light shots. With the front LED flash, your selfies look more natural under the 5500k color temperature and with soft, even lighting.

The QMobile A1 Lite comes running on the Android 7.0 with QMobile’s custom Amigo 4.0 skin on top of it. Keeping everything powered is a 4,000mAh battery.

QMobile Noir A1 Lite Specifications

  • Chipset: 1.3GHz Octa-core processor
  • Memory:
    • RAM: 3GB
    • Internal Storage: 32GB
    • Card Slot: yes, expandable by upto 256GB
  • OS: Android 7.0 Nougat
  • Display: 5.3-inch HD (1920×1080)
  • Camera:
    • Back: 13MP, autofocus, Single LED Flash
    • Front: 20MP
  • Battery: 4,000mAh
  • Connectivity: Wi-Fi 802.11, WiFi hotspot, Bluetooth V4.0, GPS-AGPS
  • Sensors: Fingerprint, accelerometer, proximity, gyro and light sensor
  • Price: Rs. 22,999/-


  • desi

    Now people of Pakistan have to bear more annoying ads from QM

  • Muhammad

    i love Q mobile. eagerly awaiting their glamorous ads.

  • The specifications in upper content mentions “FHD screen with resolution 1920 X 1080” while the specification list at end mentioned 1280 X 768 pixels ! Give correct facts and figures!

    • Bilal

      It’s 1920×1080. Corrected. Thanks for heads up!

      • Cho Ming

        Dont you proof read before posting?

        • Taha Najam

          I have a feeling all their editors and writers are high when they publish these articles.

    • arch fahad

      wassup. finally back to Pakistan. Need to catch up with you bro.

  • Vincent

    I met a Pakistani in New York. He said Q mobile was a Pakistani company and they produced world class phones better than China. Keep up the good work Pakistanis. Inspite of all the turmoil, you guys are producing world class phones. Great job. I just saw an ad of Q mobile on YouTube, the lady looks really gorgeous.

    • M Waseem Akhtar

      These are Chinese phones branded as QMobile.

    • PRINCE OF DARKNESS

      Yes, their so called “FLAGSHIP” model; The Qmobile Z14 is basically a Gionee S6 Pro with “Q” logo slapped on it…!!! Yeah, world class phones which are MADE IN INDIA… Now, you were saying…?
      Do you REALLY think a Pakistani company that invest such ENORMOUS amount of cash on advertisement and ‘bollywood material’ will have enough cash left to spend on R&D (Research & Development)…???
      Even world class brands like Samsung & Oppo don’t push so many advertisements on TV…
      The way I see it, most of the revenues generated by QM is going to India…!!!
      And yet they brag about patriotism, nationalism and this and that and blah blah blah…
      Hypocrites…

    • Taha Najam

      Nice try, Qmobile rep.

  • BritPakistani

    Great……

  • Xiaomi

    LOL…..ROFL…….

  • Nawaz Sharif

    JIT or no JIT, i am responsible for this.

  • Cho Ming

    Something fishy, Q mobile looks like a substandard Chinese mobile. We are trying really hard to kick these companies out of China. Pakistanis, you are most welcome to pick these useless unwanted crap.

    • Imran khan

      Thank you. Please give me details from where to collect these kinds of stuff

  • Sunny Sunny

    Overall Qmobile is not bad Qmobile needs to change their processor Mediatake to Snapdragon for batter performance

    • Muhammad

      i love you(r) comment.