If you haven’t heard about QMobile and Mobilink Jazz’s love story yet, here’s what you’ve been missing; these two telecom giants have teamed up to produce some nifty entry level smartphones that are designed to be affordable, catchy and also somewhat lovable. Not all of their hybrids have been up to the task but the QMobile Jazz X JS 10 is one of their better products beyond doubt.
Build quality and display
All of these particular Jazz plus QMobile smartphones somewhat feature similar build quality and design materials. Plastic has been their most used material while dimensions wise, they haven’t really done themselves any favors with widths in excess of 8.5mm width and massive weights. The Jazz X JS 10 itself weighs in at 191g while its width banks at a rather bulky 8.6mm.
The front panel fortunately does not feature the rather shabby looking capacitive buttons and operates them in a Noir S6 Plus-ish or Huawei Mate 9-ish way. Speaking about its display, it features a finely sized 5.5 inches IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen with 320ppi pixel density. Equating to a 720p resolution, one can finally find a massive reason to be happy in this particular smartphone.
QMobile has adopted a policy of inseparable camera sensors in most of their Jazz X smartphones. The Jazz X JS 10 is no different as both of its sensors feature equivalent power; both feature a 5 megapixel sensor with the primary sensor also supported by an LED flash and features that include Geo-tagging, touch focus, face detection and panorama. Customary features eh?
Hardware and software
The smartphone is powered by a 1.3 GHz Cortex processor with an additional 1GB of RAM. Unfortunately, RAM has been the pressure point of these Jazz X smartphones and we’re disappointed to see the Jazz X JS 10 also falling prey to this. That automatically means that the smartphone lacks sufficient power to smoothly run the built-in Android Marshmallow while its internal storage banks at 8 gigs which can be further expanded through the external card slot. A removable 2500 mAh battery resides peacefully under the smartphone’s back panel while dual-SIM support is also present.