QMobile LT360 4G Launches in Pakistan with Android Go Edition

Pakistani smartphone manufacturer QMobile has launched a new entry-level contender in the market that addresses the needs of moderate and light users, QMobile LT360. The company has already been known for providing pocket-friendly phones with mid-range specs to meet the modern smartphone user needs.

QMobile LT360 comes with a FullVision display sized at 4.95-inches having. While some might see it as a drawback, many of us are still in love with phones having small screens so a screen this size is definitely a plus from my side.

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As for the internals, QMobile LT360 comes with a 1GB RAM and an 8GB internal storage. Though it might be a pocket-friendly device, one can’t just ignore the fact that the company has stuffed the phone with outdated specs so you can’t much of the performance from the phone.

For the optics, the device carries a single camera setup on both the front and the back. On the front you get a 2MP camera while the back sports a single lens of 5MP. The back camera supports HDR and geotagging.

As the specification goes, the handset packs a 2500mAH battery and runs on Android Oreo Go Edition which means the OS will not pose any extra burden on the phone.

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