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Xolo Q900T

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    Xolo Q900T is the latest launch from Xolo and is the sister brand Lava mobiles. Xolo has not long made a partnership with Intel which as actually helped the phone brand get some recognition in many countries.

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    Features of the Xolo Q900T are:

    The screen size is 4.7 inches which has a LCD display
    The processor is a quad core 1.5 Gz, with a RAM of 1GB
    Internal storage is 4GB which can be extended to up to 32GB using a microSD card.
    Operating system used for the Q900T is Android 4.2 Jelly Bean
    The rear camera has 8 mega pixels with a LED flash, and the front camera has 2 mega pixels
    The phone is a dual sim
    Connectivity issues include WiFi, Bluetooth, 3G, HSPA+ and GPS
    Cost of the Xolo Q900T is Rs11,999

    In competition with the Xolo Q900T is the Moto G, so lets see how that compares with this new Xolo phone.

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    Although these brands are not advertised as much but they do have a range of products from the low end phones to the high end phones. I think Xolo is the latest mobile phone which is supposed to have 50 mega pixels or is is some other phone?

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    Its not the Xolo phone but the Oppo Find 7 mobile phone which is supposed to have a 50 mega pixel ultra HD picture.

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    Is Xolo an Indian or foreign brand?

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    How does it make a difference when an Indian brand only means that may be the plastic outer casing is made in India and everything inside is still coming from China or some other country. Some Indian brands dont even have the outer casing made in India.

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    All those Indian techies who have contributed in building some of the best phones across the world should return back to India and do something here instead and earn some income for the country. If that happens and we have a few processor manufacturers in India along with some decent chips (desi designs) then we can say it is an India brand.

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    Xolo is an Indian brand owned by Lava. They use a dual Branding approach where the mid to high end phones are branded Xolo and the low end phones are branded Lava. The hardware is mostly chinese, but then even iPhone is mostly manufactured by Foxcon Taiwan.
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    What I meant was that it would be great to have some companies like intel, Qualcomm, Nvidia originating from India. Then it does not matter where the manufacturing happens but it would still be great to have everything coming from within the country.

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    So I take it Lava is Indian brand as well. Do these phones sell well at all?

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    Ofcourse they sell. These are priced very reasonably as compared to other brands.

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    Lava's build quality is very poor. These phones tend to break easily as compared to similarly priced Samsung mobiles.

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    As much as I hate to say it Indian branded phones are rubbish. You basically waste money on them and it is better off going for a better brand like Samsung, Panasonic, Sony etc.

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    FYI......I bought a Xolo A600 in the January 2014 and everything went perfectly until a fine day I noticed a vertical pixel-line just in the center of it's display. It showed specifically when using UCbrowser in Night Mode. Rest of all the time it was present but needed to be inspected closely but it was there. I had bought this phone from Ebay India ad they didn't have any fault in this. I contacted Customer Support and had to take it to their Authorized Service Center. The person there inspected the same and told me to collect it after a month. I got it back after the said period (he informed me of replacing the display of phone under warranty with nothing being charged). Everything was fine at the Service center and after a week too. But then again the same vertically pixelated line started appearing at the same spot on the display. It's still there and very soon I am going to give it back to him as the phone's warranty would be over by December 2014!!

    This service center is 190 KMs away from my own city and I had to visit that city only specifically for this purpose!!!!

    I had learned from this ordeal......stay away from the cheap Indian Brands....at least as far as mobile phones are concerned!!!! It's true that Xolo and various other Indian Brand Smartphones may or may not have only the outer plastic casing made in India, rest all is imported from the Chinese Grey Market. It's better to wait a little more to save some money or invest thrice the amount in foreign trusted brands. At least they don't fool the consumers!!!!
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