The masses in our country are obsessed with either large displays, primary and selfie cameras but if there’s one thing that makes everyone crazy is the bad battery life of smartphones. QMobile’s trying to make our lives better by including huge batteries into their devices and the Noir E2 is one of them.
With an uncanny resemblance to the QMobile M6, the Noir E2 can easily be mistaken for a Samsung smartphone because of a home key on the front bottom bezel. Other than that, its exterior features a blend of metal and plastic but with overweight dimensions, something that’s attributed to most QMobile devices bar the Z9.
Its display is a 5.2 inches IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen with 720p resolution. Both the size and resolution are a nice fit for one another and the 2.5D glass adds a touch of premium-ness to it as well.
Big camera sensors
With a 13 megapixel primary sensor and customary features such as geo-tagging, touch focus etc. the Noir E2’s primary sensor is commendable. The 8 megapixel selfie sensor also deserves a pat on its back for packing such muscle.
The smartphone’s other traits you need to know include a quad-core processor with 3GB RAM, Android Nougat, 16 gigs of internal storage, a front-mounted fingerprint scanner as well as a large 4000 mAh battery that’s made for daily intense usage.