QMobile definitely needs to rethink the way they name their devices. While their specifications are really good some times, their inability to name their devices in a better and more simplistic manner tends to take the gloss off their releases a bit; same is the case with the 12,500 rupees costing Evok Power.
New name, same customary design
The smartphone features an already known design, encapsulated by predominantly plastic. A metal frame resides between the front and back panels while dimensions wise, we’re looking at an 8.9mm width and 194g weight. The reason for this obesity can be attributed to its gigantic 5000 mAh removable battery.
The display brings glad tidings as it features a 5.5 inches IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen with 720p resolution. That’s exactly what an average Pakistani ordered.
The cameras department splits opinion
This is because we’re looking at an 8 megapixel primary sensor with an LED flash plus customary camera features while the selfie sensor stands at 5 megapixels. Maybe, someone was hoping for a bigger 13 megapixel sensor somewhere in there.
Let’s see if the QMobile Evok Power is in-fact, Powerful
Well, sort of since the device is powered by a quad-core processor with 2GB RAM. 16GB of internal storage was quite expected while a fingerprint scanner, dual-SIM capability and an external card-slot rounding-off this Android Nougat running smartphone.