QMobile Launches the QNote With A Huge Screen!

QMobile is stepping into the phablet market and is releasing it with some exceptional hardware.

Meet the new QNote. Its expected to go on sale for Rs. 10,900/-.

QNote Features

The QNote is going to be a budget phablet from QMobile. It goes without saying that the specifications aren’t going to be what you’d what expect from something like the QMobile A1.

However, it still seems to hold up pretty well and the specs look decent on paper.

With the QNote you get a huge 6.0-inch screen. A screen of this size is perfect for multimedia consumption. Gaming and watching videos will be a treat on this phone. The HD resolution of the screen ensures that all that you view on the QNote is sharp, clear and crisp. Moreover, having a slim metal build means the phone is easy to hold in the hand.

On the hardware side of things, the QNote comes equipped with 1GB of RAM and a 1.3GHz quad-core processor to handle all the processing power. 1GB RAM helps with multitasking. Internal storage is limited to just 8GB which can be further expanded via a microSD card.

The primary camera on the QNote features a 5MP sensor with an LED flash and autofocus. On the front you get a 2MP fixed focus camera.

Finally, as far as the software is concerned, it is running Android 7.0 which is, of course, layered on top with QMobile’s custom skin.

QMobile QNote Specifications:

  • Chipset: 1.3GHz quad-core processor
  • Memory:
    • RAM: 1 GB
    • Internal Storage: 8 GB
    • Card Slot: yes, expandable by upto 32 GB
  • OS: Android 7.0 Nougat
  • Display: 6-inch HD (720×1280)
  • Camera:
    • Back: 5MP, Single LED Flash
    • Front: 2MP,
  • Battery: 2,500mAh
  • Connectivity: Wi-Fi 802.11, WiFi hotspot, Bluetooth V4.0, GPS-AGPS
  • Price: Rs. 10,500/-

      • You can get Infinix Note 2 for a couple thousand more with 6″ screen, 2GB Ram, 16GB ROM, Octa core processor and 13MP camera.

        • I own infinix zero 3 but I would not recommend this brand. Because infinix is still not a good brand as compared to xiaomi they do try to keep it up with latest software on many devices but still the phones have cheap build. I mean they don’t even have capacitive keys to save money. Other than that their interface is still very confusing. I just see notification light blinking for just power consumption notification. The phone battery life isn’t that great either.

          • I’m currently using Infinix S2 and have previously owned a Note 3, and I completely disagree. The metal unibody build of these phones is miles above the cheap plastic on Redmi phones. Secondly, skipping on capacitive buttons in no way means it was done to save cost. Galaxy S8 and Pixel do not have capacitive buttons. Does that mean Samsung and Google were being cheap? I also find the software quite easy to use. Takes a bit of tweaking, but offers way more features and customization options than Xiaomi’s barebone skin. Battery life is great with 4500mah. Lasts me a day, and with fast charging only takes minutes to top up every morning.

  • QMobile A1 ko promote karnay k liay pata nahi aur kitni posts bhugatni parainge. Ab to Khuwab main bhi Qmobile A1 aata hai. Bhai Qmobile agar kam say kam update nikal dia karay to kaam aajaye.

  • iska Rate Rs 8000 Max hona chahiay tha
    But Agr is me 2GB RAM aur 16GB Internal dety to tab ye Rate reasonabale tha
    And the Fuck Battery 2500Mah
    Phablet hai ya 4inch Display wala Set
    RIP QMobile
    Xiaomi is My Love in all Glory

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