QMobile Noir X32
QMobile Noir X32 price in Pakistan
QMobile Noir X32's lowest price in Pakistan is 5,299. The online store myGerrys offers the best price for this QMobile Mobile when compared among 4 sellers.
Full Specifications of QMobile Noir X32
|Release Date||2016, September|
|SIM Support||Dual SIM|
|Operating System||Android 6.0 Marshmallow|
|Screen Size||4.0 inches|
|Screen Resolution||480 x 800|
|Internal Memory||8 GB|
|RAM||1 GB RAM|
|Back Camera||5 MP|
QMobile is a local hero. After its recent exploits that’ve involved the company moving from strength to strength, we’ll give the company its due credit after making somewhat of a step-up from their customary releases. Whilst still having a long way to go, the company is trying to further maximize its potential by targeting all price brackets and the Noir X32 is one for the entry level smartphone lovers.
Build quality and display
When we mentioned entry level, it automatically placed the Noir X32 in that category of smartphones whose job is not to please the public with their flashy looks, powerful hardware or big cameras. Their primary job is to ensure that the masses have further access to the goodies smartphones offer as not everyone in Pakistan can afford to splash the cash.
This means that the Noir X32 feels no shame in showing off its plastic body that isn’t the best when it comes to quality while also featuring a design that’s awfully plain. The three capacitive buttons reside peacefully beneath the display while we’re very happy with the work it has put in the gym by weighing in at 110g, its width, at 11mm, isn’t something either you or us would’ve liked to see.
Its display features a 4.0 inches capacitive touchscreen with 480p resolution. We believe that’s more than enough you need to know about the display, isn’t it?
The QMobile Noir X32 fortunately features two cameras. We’ve grown tired of seeing smartphone manufacturers ditch the secondary sensor in a bid to balance their books but the Noir X32 fortunately isn’t one of them. The device features an adequate 5 megapixel primary sensor with an LED flash while the selfie camera features a VGA sensor. We’ve no idea how the VGA sensor has come back from the dead but hey, it’s better to have something rather than nothing.
Hardware and software
The smartphone is powered by a 1.3 GHz Quad-Core processor with an additional 1GB of RAM (512MB RAM models have been discontinued since beginning of 2016) and 8 gigs on internal storage. Coming out of the box topped with Android Marshmallow, it’s priced at around 5,500 rupees in our country at the moment.