ZTE has taken the budget smartphone competition to the next level by launching India’s cheapest 4G handset. This phone is named as Blade Qlux and it is available for 4999 Rs on amazon. Airtel has collaborated with ZTE and it has announced double data plan for the owners of Qlux 4G. When a user activates a valid 4G plan, he’ll get 2 times more data for that recharge. This plan will be valid for just 2 months.
ZTE blade Qlux supports 2300 MHz and 1800 MHz LTE spectrum. It has an MT6732M 64 bit quad-core Mediatek processor. Kit Kat 4.4.4 OS comes preinstalled in this phone. You can update the Android OS to lollipop 5.0.
Qlux features a capacitive 4.5 inch IPS display with 240 pixels density. It flaunts 480 X 854 pixels resolution. This handset has been configured with selfie 5MP front camera, 2200 mAh battery, 8 megapixels rear camera and an SD card slot. It includes a pair of SIM card connectors too. Qlux has 153.9 grams weight. It has GLONASS, GPS, Bluetooth and WiFi modules.
The official listing on amazon is confusing as in the description, it has been stated as there’s around 1600 MB RAM and in the introduction section, the retailer has mentioned that Qlux has 1GB RAM. If you’re interested in buying Blade qlux, visit amazon here and add the phone to your shopping cart.
Infocus has pushed itself in the competition of 4G handsets by launching the M350. This device has 2 times more RAM, storage than Blade Qlux. It is also lighter than ZTE’s 4G device. M350 includes an MT6732 chipset, HD 720p screen that measures 5 inches and Mali T760 GPU. It is fitted with 2 cameras, each equipped with an 8MP sensor.
Infocus has retained its partnership with Snapdeal as M350 has been listed on the retailer’s site for around 8000 Rs. You can check the listing here.
More news on 4G: A couple of days ago, Reliance had announced that its much awaited JIO 4G internet services will be available throughout India by 1st week of January 2015.
Along with this service, Reliance will also introduce a 4000 Rs 4G phone. This news is good as it will force mobile manufacturers to launch cheaper phones that offer fastest browsing speeds.