With so many Indian-based smartphones being launched, we thought to give you a list of the best domestic smartphones equipped with quad-core processors in the country, with a little review of each for you to choose from and ranking them from the bottom to top.
5. At the bottom of the line is, the Intex Aqua Wonder Quadcore, which was released most recently. This phone is reasonably priced and surely the cheapest among all the quad-core phones in India for Rs 9,499. What makes the phone cheap is that it comes with the Mediatek processor which is one of the least best of quad-core processors in the market and with a very less battery of about 1800 mAh which isn’t good enough for a quad-core based smartphone, to manage a 4.5 inch display for longer time and to have a good talktime. The complete specifications can be found here.
4. Just above the Aqua Wonder, comes Xolo Q800. The device apart from being a bit pricier at Rs 12,499 and using an unkown quad-core processor, it also has had complaints of bad touch sensitivity. With not even having Qualcomm’s Snapdragon processor and with other user issues, Xolo Q800 needs to go a long way to convince us from going above level 4. The details of the specificationshave been described here.
3. The Karbonn Titanium S5 has been placed at 3rd position. Though it comes for a decent price fo Rs 11,990, it comes with a poor battery and a bigger screen of 5 inch which will spread out the resolution. But, apart from these the Karbonn Titanium is a good phone which comes with Qualcomm’s reknowned Snapdragon processor. The battery is poor as it has to manage a 5 inch screen with just 2000 mAh, and hence makes you think twice before buying. Also refer it’s complete specifications here.
2. We decided to give the runner-up position to the Micromax Canvas HD A116 which has been touted to be the best homemade smartphone in the country. You must be surprised as to why this phone hasn’t made it to the top in our list. Well, this phone has after being sold like hot cakes on the first day of it’s launch shot it’s price to a whopping Rs 15,999 with no obvious change in any specifications, niether getting the phone the latest Android 4.2 JellyBean and also a poor VGA front camera which is very essential for video calling today. The only reason we felt it did well in the market was, for the sole reason of being the first Indian smartphone company to release a smartphone with quad-core processor. To know it’s complete details you can click here.
1. After seeing the number 2 position you must have surely guessed by now that the Zen Ultrafone 701 HD has been rated as the best Indian smartphone to be bought home. The main reasons we saw is it’s low-pricing, which has a difference of Rs 4,000. The device coming readily with the very latest Android 4.2 JellyBean which all of the other top smartphones have failed to provide. It also comes with a much better front camera, which has a resolution of 3.2MP. To know it’s complete specification and details regarding where to buy, you can look for it specifically here.
This is our very specific and simple review of the best smartphones by some of our leading Indian smartphone manufacturers in the country. Please do tell us, if you felt this was an effective and useful review to buy one.
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