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XOLO Q1000 Opus Dual Sim Black

1.2 GHz Quad Core Broadcom Processor, with 1 GB RAM and 4 GB Internal Storage
Display Type:
12.7 cm (5 Inch) Display with 854x480 Resolution, IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen
5 MP Rear Camera, 0.3 MP Front Camera
2000 mAh Li-Ion Battery
Operating System:
Android Jelly Bean (4.1-4.3)
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XOLO Q1000 Opus Dual Sim Black
A budget champion
********** Expert Review ********* Lava just keeps rolling on with its XOLO range, with the XOLO Q1000 being one of the latest and greatest of the bunch to compete in the quad-core, 720p bracket. Despite the WickedLeak Wammy Passion Z’s 1080p display, most devices are still keeping their displays at HD. The design for the XOLO Q1000 is still highly reminiscent of the Samsung Galaxy series, especially of the recently released Galaxy S4. The plastic frame and chrome edges aren’t necessarily a bad thing though, as they’re significantly high quality despite the glossy back panel which attracts fingerprints. Build quality is strong, with Dragon Tail Glass coating the screen for protection and despite some awkward button placement with the camera key, the Q1000 is quite easy to handle. At just 0.35 inches thick, the device is fairly slim but measures a heavy 171 grams. Compared to, say, the Alcatel Idol One Touch Ultra, it’s bulkier but only by so much. Specs The Lava XOLO Q1000 features a MediaTek MTK 6589 SoC, which means a quad core ARMv7 CPU clocked at 1.2 GHz and PowerVR SGX 544 GPU. This is accompanied by 1 GB of RAM, 4 GB of internal storage (with 1.8 GB usable) and microSD slot for 32 GB more. The performance isn’t necessarily better compared to the recent crop of devices, including the Wammy Passion Z and Micromax Canvas HD but it isn’t significantly worse. Our only problem is the lacklustre internal storage. The 5 inch IPS display features 1280x720 resolution, which means a pixel density of 294 ppi. Colour quality and picture sharpness are good, and certainly lend a decent flare to the device. Connectivity options include Wi-Fi, 3G and 2G. The 8 megapixel rear camera features an LED flash and BSI sensor, which takes average photos in daylight. While image stabilization is required for decent shots, the macro images manage to come off as good. Indoor and low-light shots are somewhat iffy even with the flash, but it’s been found that more light sources usually mean better pictures. The Lava XOLO Q1000 battery life relies on a 2100 mAh cell, which provides around 4.5 to 5 hours of life with heavy usage. It’s certainly nothing to yell about, for sure, but average use of the device will let you get through a regular work shit without too much problem. Android 4.2 Jellybean is the default UI and it runs fairly smooth. A bit of slowdown is apparent at times, but nothing noticeably bad. The usual Google services and social apps come bundled with the device. Pros: - Decent performance overall - Rear 8 megapixel camera is better than expected. - Good build quality Cons: - Slightly heavy. - Battery life with heavy usage could be better. - Low internal storage is annoying. Verdict: Today’s budget smartphones are beginning to look alike and the Lava XOLO Q1000 is no exception. While not a bad device at all, we’d still recommend Micromax or WickedLeak by sheer virtue of lesser drawbacks in storage capacity and battery life.
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A good upgrade
What does the Lava XOLO Q1000 Opus offer that you haven’t seen before? Not much, as a matter of fact, but it still makes for a fairly decent if clichéd budget smartphone. Using a 1.2 GHz, quad-core Broadcom SoC, 1 GB of RAM and 4 GB of internal storage, performance is smooth at times with some slowdown and stutters in between. A microSD slot offers 32 GB more space though it can’t make up for the less internal storage. The 5 inch IPS display has an 854x480 resolution and decent viewing angles, though it does feel reflective at times. In terms of connectivity, 2G, 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GPS are all offered. The rear camera sensor has an optical resolution of 5 megapixels, a BSI sensor, LED flash and HD video recording. Video is slightly better than still photos but overall, image quality suffers from noise and lack of colour throughout. The 2000 mAh battery provides 7 hours of usage, but can last a day if you’re careful. Battery life tends to drain very quickly if you use the screen and 3G heavily. Android 4.2 Jellybean features Google Now and Voice Search with very minimal bundled apps. This makes for better customization overall while still maintaining a good amount of functionality through Google apps. Verdict: If you’re looking to upgrade to a touch-screen smartphone, then you can do better than the XOLO Q1000 Opus, even at this price. You could also do worse though – try before you buy in this case.
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Nothing worth mentioning
Searching for its own niche in the market, Lava has released the new XOLO Q1000 Opus. There’s no unique feature to the phone as such, except that it uses a Broadcom quad core SoC clocked at 1.2 GHz instead of the usual MediaTek. This is with 1 GB of RAM and 4 GB of internal storage along with a microSD slot for 32 GB more space. The 5 inch display is still more of the same with an 854x480 resolution. IPS tech does make for good viewing angles and brightness levels though. The 5 megapixel rear camera comes with a BSI sensor, auto focus and HD video recording. The LED flash is fairly useless in low-light settings and outdoor usage in general isn’t very good. Battery life measures between 6 to 7 hours of average usage, with the 2000 mAh capacity cell lasting for a good day with conservative use. Performance wise, there’s not much difference between the Opus and other budget devices, even with the extra cores, and Android 4.2 Jellybean has the same stutters as seen elsewhere. The extra RAM does help though, even if the low internal storage becomes a problem. Connectivity features include 2G, 3G, GPS, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi along with tethering options. Verdict: The XOLO Q1000 Opus is perfectly average and that’s not a bad thing. However, with devices that use unique features (Samsung Galaxy Trend) and boast better battery life with the same performance (Micromax Canvas Juice A77), it feels like more of the same.
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Product Details
Warranty Period
12 Months Warranty
1 GB
Memory Card
4 GB
Extensible Memory
Upto 32 GB
72.9 x 143.3 x 8.95 mm
18 hrs (2G), 11 hrs (3G)
Standby Time
700 hrs (2G), 526 hrs (3G)
2000 mAh
Music Player
Yes, Supports MP3, WAV, MIDI, eAAC+
Video Player
Yes, Supports H.263, H.264, MPEG4, Full HD
FM Radio
Product Details
1.2 GHz Quad Core Broadcom Processor, with 1 GB RAM and 4 GB Internal Storage
Display Type
12.7 cm (5 Inch) Display with 854x480 Resolution, IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen
5 MP Rear Camera, 0.3 MP Front Camera
2000 mAh Li-Ion Battery
Operating System
Android Jelly Bean (4.1-4.3)
1.2 GHz Quad Core Broadcom Processor
Operating System
Android v4.2 (Jelly Bean)
Network Type
GSM: 900, 1800 MHz
Zoom Intensity
Digital Zoom
Video Recording
Yes, 720 x 1280 Pixels
Other Features
BSI Sensor, Auto Focus, Digital Zoom
Secondary Camera
0.3 MP
Primary Camera
5 MP
More Features
Android Video Player, USB OTG Support
USB connectivity
Yes, Micro USB
GPS Support
Audio Jack
3.5 mm
Yes, v4
Preinstalled Browser
IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen
12.7 cm (5 Inch)
Color of Handset
Charger, Handset, Data Cable, Screen Guard, Battery, Flip Cover, Safety and Warranty Information, Quick Start Guide, Headset
Touch Screen
Capacitive Touch Screen
SIM type
Dual Sim
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