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Xolo Q2000: Another phablet from Lava

Xolo Q2000 phablet from Lava

We reported about this forthcoming phablet one or two months back, and at present it is revealed again with its introduction around the area. Yes, we are discussing about the latest phablet XOLO Q2000, a 5.5 inch phone from XOLO that is set to release. Nevertheless, we already are familiar with the specs of the phone that has enabled us to progress with this rapid review of the phablet!

Xolo Q2000 Design:

The phone is large and heavy with the weight of around 186 grams. The thickness is 9.65mm, width is 77.80mm and it is over 154mm in length. Appearance is pretty notable. Although it may feel a little larger in the palm due to its design and a 5.5 inch display screen, the Xolo Q2000 is aspoilt brat. Build eminence and the finishing are very superior. The back cover is very slim and seems fragile.

The grayish – black lustrous side together with the rear black shade blends well. Rear surface is with matte end that feels akin to rubber.

Volume rockers are positioned on the left, power key is on the right;the mic is at the base and a 3.5mm audio jack as well as micro USB port on the peak. On the back the camera segment is on a bit outside to the surface.

Xolo Q2000 Display Screen

Xolo Q2000 Display Screen:

XOLO Q2000 has a 5.5 inch IPS display screen that has a 1280×720 pixels resolution, which appears to be the requirement for the hour at the instant. It holds 4 point multiple-touch. The touch is silky and reactiveand in addition the viewing angles are also of good quality. There are accelerometer, light and proximity sensors.

It has a pixel density of 267ppi that is not huge but not too awful for a phablet too. With a 5.5 inch display screen, you aredefinite to have a pleasing multimedia experience devoid of the device being too heavy or too unfriendly to your pocket. You might sometimes need both of your hands to use the phone with easiness.The gadget will come with an Android v4.2 preinstalled, and with a heaviness of 180g, it will be a huge one.

Camera and in-house Storage:

Most of the recent Smartphones now exhibit a 13MP rear camera and that isaccurately what the XOLO Q2000 does on top. Home branded Smartphones with an 8MP cameras do a pretty fine job, you can anticipate this 13-MP BSI dual-enabled shooter” to perform more or less the similar quality but with the extra pixels, in addition tosuperior low-light imaging. On the frontage, the phone comes with merely a 2MP camera unit that is sensible in a way, seeing as most Indiansonly just use the front shooter camera.

It features an 8GB of storage, which is inspiring to see since makers beforehand offered only a 4GB.The Smartphone will have a microSD slot for addedextension. You almost certainly will be capable ofspending a few weeks with the inner storage that is predictable to be approximately 6GB for consumer files but then there will always be a requirement for larger storage space that you can attainby means of a microSD card of your preferenceand a good capacity.

CPU and Battery:

The phone will come along with the 1.2GHz quad core CPU, combined with the MT6589W chipset from our favorite manufacturer, MediaTek. Excluding the quad core CPU, the chipset also features a SGX544 GPU of 357MHz PowerVR, as observed on the MT6589T too, that will make it a more influential chipset than the ordinary MT6589.

The phablet will as well have 1GB of RAM, so you can anticipatefor anhonest level of performance from the phone. Theeveryday apps and games would not face any pause usually, though if you start throwing hardware concentrated stuff at the phone, you might be left depressed.The phablet will be gifted with a 2600mAh battery that is pretty impressive for a home branded phone, aswe are used to seeing much lesser capacity ones. XOLO asserts this 2600mAh unit will provide you equal to 12hrs of 3G talktime and 577hrs of standby thatappears like a tall declaration but is notableeven so.

Appearance and Connectivity:

The phone does have a pretty good appearance, but might be a bit heavy for some as stated above.The Xolo Q2000 will have a lot ofusual connectivity alternatives such as 3G, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi 802.11, GPS as well as USB OTG.


Q2000 is provided power by a MT6589 chipset combined with a 1.2GHz quad core along with 544MP PowerVR SGX GPU.

Entertainment and Gaming:

The XOLO Q2000 can run full HD videos in both the modes namely H/W and S/W by means of MX player. You can easily play Dead Trigger 2 as well as Asphalt8. The Asphalt8 was not that soft. You can install the Asphalt8 on internal storage and than it can geta little better. You can also alter the graphics features from high to medium and get even better gaming experience.


The sound of this phablet is loud and obvious. The phone heats up slightlythat is normal. The screen is able to be seen under straight sunlight. The features like 3G, Bluetooth, Wi-Fias well as GPS work well.


The battery offered to this Smartphone is of 2600 mAh capacity. The handset runs standard apps for approximately 23 minutes and the battery level drops by 10% and whilst playing games for approximately 17 minutes, the battery drops by 8%. Games can be played endlessly for approximately 4 hours. For fair usage, the phablet should end for a day on a complete charge.

Our Verdict on Xolo Q2000:

The new Xolo Q2000 is priced at Rs. 14,999. It has got the appearance and the size.You can also get an MT6589T combined with a 1.5GHz and 5 inch screen for around the similar price.

Xolo Q2000: Another phablet from Lava on April 6, 2016 rated 4.9 of 5

Release ID: 1681

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