QMobile Launches Evok Power & Power Lite With Huge Battery Life

QMobile has released a duo of entry level smartphones designed for heavy usage.

The Evok Power and Evok Power Lite have a massive 5,000 mAh and 4,800 mAh battery respectively, ensuring that they last for the better part of the day.

The two phones are available for Rs. 12,500 and Rs. 10,500.

Design and Display

The two phones have a similar design with minor differences. Evok Power features a fingerprint sensor on the back unlike Evok Power Lite.

In terms of display specifications, the QMobile phones are exactly the same. Both come with a 5.5 inch HD (1280 x 720) resolution display.

Internals and Storage

A quad core 1.3 GHz MediaTek MT 6580 powers the Evok brothers. Evok Power has 2 GB RAM and 16 GB internal storage while Evok Power Lite has 1 GB RAM and 8 GB internal storage.

Both phones have a microSD card slot, allowing expandable storage. Dual SIM support is included. Android Nougat 7.0 is featured here with Amigo OS skin.

Camera and Battery

Being entry level phones, the camera performance is not that good. Evok Power has an 8 MP primary camera with autofocus and an LED flash. On the front Evok Power has a 5 MP shooter.

On the other hand, Evok Power Lite also has an 8 MP sensor with an LED flash, however it lacks autofocus. The front camera is VGA.

The main selling point of the QMobile Evok twins is their battery capacity. Evok Power has a massive 5,000 mAh battery while Evok Power Lite has a 4,800 mAh unit included. Owing to the low power SoCs and 720p display, the phones might last you through 3 days of medium usage.

QMobile Evok Power/Evok Power Lite Specifications

  • CPU: 1.3 GHz Quad-core Cortex-A53
  • Chipset: Mediatek MT6580
  • OS: Android 7.0 Nougat with Amigo OS
  • Supported Networks: 2G, 3G; Dual SIM
  • Design:
    • Display: 5.5” IPS with 720p (1280 x 720) resolution (~267 ppi)
  • Memory:
    • RAM: 1/2 GB (Power/Lite)
    • Internal: 8/16 GB (Power/Lite)
    • Card slot: yes
  • Camera:
    • Primary: 8 MP, autofocus (Power only), LED flash, 1080p video
    • Secondary: 5 MP (Power), VGA (Lite)
  • Connectivity: Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, hotspot, Bluetooth v4.0, GPS
  • Battery: 5,000 mAh (Power), 4,800 mAh (Lite)
  • Colors: Silver, Golden, Dark Blue (Lite)
  • Price: Rs. 10,500 (Lite), Rs. 12,500 (Power)


  • Dear Wahab I think u need to clear ur concepts 15000 ka used mein aur 12000 ka new mein zameen aur asmaan ka farq hai mere bhai, and Qmobile itna bi bura brand nai hai kindly always try to make apple to apple comparison before misleading other users. one more thing I am not a part of Qmobile nor mere kisi relative ki company hai just try to realize the fact. JazakAllah.

    • Jahanzaib bhai, you seem to have knowledge about mobiles phones and I’ll be honest I don’t have enough info on mobiles. Hence I wanna ask you why isn’t Q mobile starting its manufacturing plant in Pakistan ? It imports parts from China and sell it hear with its label. Q Mobile has the money and the resources. Then why the delay ? Don’t they wanna expand ?

      • It is cheaper this way … Why to reinvent the wheel . Q mobile isn’t going into R&D like the giants of industry have and they certainly not going for tech breakthroughs . Their core success is due to just re branding the chines mobiles and sell it cheap. Setting Up a manufacturing unit makes no sense as they still have to import all the tech and parts from china . They producing nothing on their own , May be Hot commercials , so it suits them this way.

        • @owaiis:disqus @maswadmehtab:disqus
          Jiko Mobile Ki 1% Bhi Knowledge Nahi Wo He Q Mobile Lete hai :
          I means Girls, Youngster Under 18 Boy’s Etc :
          Aur Jab AQAAL A Jati Hai Wo Phir Kabhi Q Mobile Nahi Leta :

        • Yep and that’s the reason Q mobile is more of a import-export business for me than a mobile company. I get it. Its cheaper but why not be ambitious and do something brilliant ? Who knows it might work. The greater the danger the greater the profit. Q mobile’s revenue for 2017 was 20 billion rupees accord. to wikipedia. If I were the head of Q Mobile I’d have said leave the import-export business and start building a manufacturing plant. Lets be ambitious. Lets invent ourselves. Lets make breakthroughs in technology. We wont know if we can if we don’t try.

    • q mobile uses cheap motherboard cheap LCD screen no updates and their UI is childish basic
      just tell me one just one distinctive feature of Q mobile you are better off with xiaomi likes of redmi note 4 and 4A aur 4X reason updates good customization on UI better display awesome battry life so yes Qmobile does Suck if you dont want to admit its ok!! we all know it thanks peace out

  • Mt 6580 is A7 core, not A53. Mediatek processors 6700 series contains A53 core parts and others.

  • Dear Owais Mr. Aswad had correctly answered ur question, actually Qmobile is re branding Gionee in higher end and Micromax in lower end of there own category phones and search on google specially Gionee are not the bad devices they are almost as same as OPPO, VIVO, Letev and few other brands. yes I do agree with Mr. Saleem Xaiomi are manufacturing really worth buying devices in terms of hardware, build quality, software optimization, reliability and yes specially in price segment but I dnt agree with Mr.. Saleem here on one point that Qmobile sucks dear tell me how many cases were reported so far qmobile got fire like huge reputed companies Samsung & Iphone? extremely high prices only for certain category of users. Qmobile is a company which let almost every person of our country to become a smart phone user. its totally fine if some of us dont like Qmobile but this is so biased if we dont like this brand so we wont let others to use this. never forget that this is still the most higher selling brand in Pakistan so far.


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