Pakistan’s largest home-grown mobile phone brand QMobile, after launching tons of Android Smartphone has now launched its pioneer Windows Phone QMobile W1. It’s the first-ever Windows OS based mobile phone, which has been launched recently in the country. By this Windows phone launch countries largest Smartphone selling brand has kept its tradition alive of adopting dynamic market approach by presenting now – it’s foremost Windows Phone W1. Although, QMobile is famous for launching low-end android Smartphone like i5 and i9 and now also offers mid and high-end Smartphone too.
By entering into Windows operated Smartphone’s market, QMobile has targeted established Windows rival brand Microsoft (former Nokia), which has freshly revealed its tempting Lumia 430 model in amazingly cheap price. So, it’s going to be very interesting that what kind of response QMobile gets locally from existing gigantic Microsoft Lumia devices portfolio.
Check out the specs review of QMobile W1 Windows phone, to know what really it has to offer.
QMobile W1 Specs Review:
As far as the specs and features of this QMobile’s first Windows Phone is a concern it is adorned with Windows 8.1 OS installed out of the box. As far as the hardware specs is a concern, it comprises of the deck with a 1.2 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon Quad-Core Processor supported by moderate 512 MB of RAM. The hardware specs seem good and will be able to run all basic apps and low-end graphics games capably, which is fine in this price tag.
Talking about its storage space under the hood, the phone offers 4GB of built-in internal storage, while it also supports micro SD up to 32GB for extending its storage capacity for users – to store the hefty amount of data. Furthermore, this QMobile W1 Windows Phone is equipped with a decent 1950 mAh Li-ion battery that can easily run the phone for a full day – even after extensive use because of its small 4″ WVGA screen.
Rest of the specs includes has a 5MP main camera with autofocus plus LED Flash proficiency and the rear camera is a VGA one. Both the camera performs fittingly for a low-end Smartphone offered in the affordable price range. Moreover, it merits mentioning here is that phone supports Dual SIM simultaneously, which is another persuading aspect of the phone because most of the users in Pakistan tend to use more than one networks mobile number.
Available for Rs. 6,999 only
The above-mentioned specs disclose that the phone is formulated for a low-budget range target market to provide them with another option than – just buying a usual Android Smartphone. It will be exciting to see what kind of response QMobile’s first Windows compliant phone embraces from the Pakistani android bound market. The popularity of android based Smartphone’s is so much in Pakistan that any other new variant phone will have to suffer – its stamped in print on customers minds. But, only time will tell that can QMobile W1 Windows Phone able to win the hearts and minds of the native target market to purchase its fist windows operated phone – rather than rival Microsoft.