Indian manufacturer Xolo is on a launching spree, or so it seems. It has launched several devices in the budget segment such as Xolo A600, A500L, A500S, Q900 and more. But, since they are budget segment or mid-range smartphones, they don’t offer anything different from the competition. Amidst all these devices, we spotted a new device called Q2000 on the official website. It’s a Qcore device from Xolo signifying that it has a quad-core processor and is the successor to its Q1000 and Q1000S smartphones released earlier this year.
Xolo Q2000 is the company’s largest device ever with 5.5 inch display. Other features of the device are similar to all devices from Indian manufacturers which is MediaTek’s MT6589 Quad core processor, 1 GB RAM, 13 MP primary camera with BSI sensor, etc. The device surely targets other premium phablets from local manufacturers like Micromax Canvas Doodle and Doodle 2, Karbonn Titanium S9, Spice Stylus, etc.
The device package also includes a flip cover and a USB on the Go Cable. The cable would be extremely handy for plugging any external USB devices like pen drives to the device.
Specifications of Xolo Q2000
- 9.8 mm thickness
- 180 g weight
- 5.5 inch display with 720p resolution (~ 267 ppi pixel density)
- 1.2 GHz Quad core processor
- 1 GB RAM
- 8 GB internal storage which is expandable via a micro SD card of up to 32 GB
- 13 MP camera at the back with LED flash and a 2 MP Camera at the front
- 2G/3G network connectivity with dual SIM slots, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and GPS
- 2600 mAh battery
- Android 4.2 JellyBean Operating System
Pricing information for Xolo Q2000
Unfortunately, the device is only listed on the official website with no details about its launch and the price. We can expect the device to be launched soon with the price point of around Rs. 18,000.