QMobile’s naming scheme isn’t the best by any means; we’ve seen quite a lot of their smartphones named in a very sluggish way such as the King Kong Max, Noir i8i and the subject of our attention at this very moment, the i6 Metal follows the aforementioned devices with a shabby name and a launch price of 8,000 rupees.
Pretty much an average display and build/design
QMobile’s entry level devices are almost similar with just their names changed; the i6 Metal’s specifications are similar compared to most of its companions with a customary three function keys supporting design. But when it comes to its build quality, staying true to its name it features metal with an 8.2mm width and 162g weight.
The device’s display is below average as its 5.0 inches capacitive touchscreen only shelters 240ppi pixel density; allowing a meager 480p resolution, the display is only meant for those who can bear with little attention to detail.
Cameras and hardware do not do much good to the smartphone’s name
The i6 Metal’s primary and selfie sensors feature 5 megapixels worth of power with LED flashes of their own; the selfie camera is acceptable but the primary one seems underpowered.
A quad-core processor with 1GB RAM powers the smartphones built-in Android Nougat while 8GB internal storage plus external card-slot, removable 2500 mAh battery and three colour schemes being its other predictable features.