QMobile’s LT series is more about the budget side of things. Succeeding the somewhat unpopular LT650 we have here the QMobile LT680. Commanding a price-tag of 12,000 rupees, let’s see if the smartphone brings any improvements upon its predecessors.
With the design and build, not so much
Featuring a customary design that includes three function keys at its front-bottom bezel and a plastic back, the design and build department doesn’t really springs any surprises. Nor does its dimensions as we’re seeing an 8mm width and 156g weight.
The display holds some promise as the device sports a 5.0 inches IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen with 282ppi pixel density. Equating to a 720p resolution, the display certainly gives us a reason to be happy about.
Adequate camera sensors
QMobile’s budget devices badly lack in good cameras most of the times. The LT680 is an exception to them as the smartphone features an 8 MP primary sensor with an LED flash. Its selfie sensor presents satisfactory prowess with a 5 MP sensor so we’re positive that the camera’s department has given us another reason to be happy about.
Hardware department springs some surprises
Its quad-core processor is quite something customary but what surprised us was the smartphone featuring 2 gigs of RAM, a 4000 mAh non-removable battery and 16GB of internal storage. An external card-slot, dual-SIM capability and black plus golden colour schemes are its other notables.