Jelly Bean-running XOLO Q700 with quad-core CPU launched for Rs 9,999
| by Anuradha Shetty |
XOLO has launched its Q700 smartphone, its second quad-core offering, in the Indian market for Rs 9,999. The XOLO Q700 smartphone is powered by a 1.2 GHz quad-core processor and runs on the Android Jelly Bean (v4.2).
The smartphone sports a 4.5-inch display with One Glass Solution (OGS) Technology, which, according to the company, makes the display extremely vibrant while making the touch experience of the device more responsive. It can play 720p videos too. The smartphone comes with 1GB of RAM. The XOLO Q700 is fuelled by a 2400 mAh battery. The XOLO Q700 sports a 5MP rear camera and a VGA front camera. The rear camera comes with BSI sensor technology, which delivers advanced imaging capabilities.
Company's second quad-core handset
Here's a quick look at the specs of the XOLO Q700:
XOLO is offering its Q700 smartphone in two colours – stylish Coffee Brown and Trendy Blue. The company plans to launch a full range of smartphones with quad–core processors under its new QCORE series.
XOLO has introduced XOLO Unlimited, which gives its users an access to three special apps – XOLO Switch, XOLO Secure and XOLO Power. XOLO Q700 will come pre-loaded with XOLO Unlimited and currently, it is exclusively available on Q700 only.
Multitask with Multiprofile – XOLO Switch allows users to create up to four profiles with distinctive identity with different Lock screen, applications and wallpapers. They can change profiles with a flick. It offers ability to use same application with different identities; for instance, you can have different facebook or Gmail login in different profiles without the need of logging out from one account.
It also offers a Kids Mode, which is also a first for any android smartphone. The Kids Mode comes with parental controls and Kids tube, which filters user generated content for safer access.
XOLO Secure offers enterprise level security to its users. It comes with following features:
XOLO Power offers features that will allow its user to get more out of its battery by optimising the power consumption. It offers longer usage of battery by synchronising the data consumption. It comes with a Night mode to reduce power consumption. It also allows to "Detect and kill background apps by a single click" and "Real time CPU load analysis".
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