It’s open season for Qmobile and looks like the company is going all in with its recent comeback from nowhere. The Pakistani manufacturer earlier launched the LT 360 4G with a very low price tag, though with low specs too, and now it has launched two more phones in the same category namely QMobile Fire and QMobile HD+.
With such rapid unveiling of the new phones, we fear the company might not get the response it’s hoping for, as more options always confuse the users but it seems the company has aimed to provide a plethora of affordable handsets within a little time, irrespective of the consequences.
QMobile Fire comes with a 5.45-inch IPS LCD display and has a plastic body. It comes at a price tag of Rs. 12,500 so don’t expect it to be anything out of this world, however, it will get your job done if you are a moderate user.
Other specs of the phone include a 16GB internal storage that is coupled with a 2GB RAM. All this setup supports the 1.3 GHz, Quad-Core processor. The internal storage can also be expanded up to 128GB via micro SD card. You may already know this but we still iterate that QMobile always produces dual-sim cellphones so you don’t need to worry about your secondary SIM connectivity.
For the camera, QMobile Fire has an 8MP main sensor and a 5Mp secondary sensory. The back of the phone is also ornamented with a fingerprint scanner. Furthermore, it sports a 3000mAh battery which should be fairly enough for the relatively small screen size. For the software, it runs on Android Oreo 8.1.
The HD+ comes with a price tag of Rs. 12,999 and comes in a plastic body with a shimmery look. Just like the QMobile Fire, HD Plus also comes with a 5.45-inch IPS LCD panel that has significant bezels around it.
The device presents a 32GB internal memory which is supported by oddly enough 1.5GB RAM. Other than that, it packs the same 1.3GHz Quad-core processor along with SD card support to increase the storage space by 128 GB.
Just like the Fire, QMobile HD+ also has an 8MP main sensor along with a 5MP selfie snapper but unlike its siblings, it has no fingerprint sensor. It sports a 3000mAh battery and runs on Android 8.0 Oreo.