Xolo's first Windows Phone 8.1 handset is upon us and has an interesting key selling point - its weight.
The device claims to be the lightest Windows Phone smartphone ever at just 100g but has probably overlooked the recently unveiled Allview Impera i, announced a couple of days ago, which weighs in at just 98.9 g.
The Xolo WIN Q900s has a lot in common with the Impera i - there's the Snapdragon 200 chipset with 1.2 GHz processor cores, 1 GB of RAM with 8 GB of storage expandable via a microSD card slot. The cameras are an LED-enabled 8 MP main and 2 MP front-facing one. The Xolo WIN Q900s also has support for two SIM cards.
Xolo is launching the WIN Q900s in India in collaboration with local retailer Snapdeal which offers the device on pre-order at a discounted price of INR9,999 (around €122) but the phone was quickly sold out of the available 5000 units.
Xolo is expected to start selling the device at the price of INR11,999 (€146) in mid-July.
Its not chinese xolo phones are made in india
Oh wow as if only that factor is the one playing the role. And that means theif i use stock android music app on my xolo or on HTC one M8 if will give the same quality of music with music file ofbit rate of 320 kbps only.. Thanks for updating m...
Who wants to use a phone for more than 2 yrs. Technology is rapidly scaling heights. So, 2 yrs is the saturation point. I think Xolo manages to provide 2 yrs of use which is enough at this price.