Another one of QMobile’s lower-end smartphones, the LT600 Pro is an upgrade upon the older LT500
Pro. With a price-tag of 9500 rupees, you shouldn’t expect much from its specifications as well.
Design and display
The smartphone features quite a customary QMobile design with a tinge of metal but dominantly plastic covering much of its exterior. Dimensions wise, an 8.2mm width and 141g weight are acceptable. Display wise, we do have some good news here as the smartphone features an IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen with 320ppi pixel density. Guaranteeing a 720p resolution, this is probably the
smartphone’s crowning feature.
Good cameras but poor processing power
For the price it commands, the Noir LT600 Pro features two pretty neat cameras; the primary camera
features an adequate 8 megapixel sensor with customary camera features and an LED flash while the
selfie sensor features 5 megapixels worth of power.
When it comes to the processing power, the smartphone’s quad-core processor isn’t backed-up well
enough by its 1GB RAM which definitely makes the device unfit to efficiently run the built-in Android
Nougat (which wasn’t really expected of it anyway but still, 1GB RAM is too low). Not much else to talk
about as 8GB of internal storage plus an external card-slot, 2350 mAh removable battery and 2 colour
schemes namely silver and gold being its other noteworthy mentions.