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@Satya Swaroop Dash • 04 Sep, 2014 • 2 likes
Ever since Microsoft announced their plans of pairing up with newer hardware manufacturers at Mobile World Congress early this year we were looking forward to the efforts from regional manufacturers. XOLO has launched a new Windows Phone 8.1 handset that it claims to “the world’s lightest Windows Phone smartphone” since it weighs just 100grams. This Dual-SIM capable smartphone runs Windows Phone 8.1 on a MSM 8212 chipset that houses a dated 1.2GHz quad-core Qualcomm 200 processor, 1GB of RAM and a 400 MHz Adreno 302 graphics. As with most XOLO smartphones the Win Q900S embodies a One Glass Solution for its 4.7-inch HD (1280 x 720 pixels) resolution display. The display has a pixels per inch figure of 312ppi and is protected by scratch resistant Dragon Trail glass.

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XOLO Win Q900S has a 8 MP LED flash equipped PureCel sensor rear and 2MP one on the front. While we aren’t sure what goes into the making of the PureCel sensor, XOLO promises that it helps in taking bright and clear pictures in low light conditions. The 3G enabled Windows smartphone has an internal memory of 8GB and allows you to expand the storage with the help of microSD cards of up to 32GB. The XOLO Win Q900S supports microUSB, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity along with GPS navigation. The smartphone houses accelerometer, ambient light, proximity and magnetometer sensor. XOLO claims that its 1800mAh battery can last for 263 hours on standby and offer 23 hours of talk time in the best of conditions.

At a price of Rs. 9,999, the XOLO Win Q900S is a good choice for people who want a good Windows Phone experience with decent specs. The question now arises is the XOLO Win Q900S a better choice as compared to Nokia Lumia 630 and the Nokia Lumia 530? Let us know in the comment section below.

@Divyaprakash KC • 04 Sep, 2014 I rate this phone a winner purely based on the display size. 4.7" is the most optimal size for a phone, in my opinion.

Insane wish :- if a Lumia comes int his form factor, with a 20 MP pureview shooter... 😘

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