The Xolo brand comes to formalize the Black X1, a new solid specifications and sold at very affordable price. It should however be reserved for the Indian market.
Xolo is a very well-known brand in India. It is also very prolific, as it launches every month new smartphones. And if we talk about today is because the latest, called Black X1, has just been made official today to complete the Black range, launched in July.
More compact than the model launched this summer (with its 5-inch screen, 5.5 inches cons for the Black) Black X1 brings it vis-à-vis its predecessor a MediaTek processor (rather than Qualcomm) and plus the quantities of RAM and ROM. It also has a new curve to the high and low ends of its front cover, as you will notice on the visual below.
Like its predecessor, this Black X1 features a well-supplied specifications as enjoys an IPS LCD 5-inch Full HD technology protected by Asahi Dragontrail, under which lies an octa-core processor MediaTek MT6753 clocked 1.3 GHz combined with a Mali-T720 GPU and 3GB of RAM. 32GB of storage space are also included, expandable to 128 GB through MicroSD slot. A battery with a capacity of 2400 mAh compatible Quick Charge is also present, and ensures autonomy of 24 hours in communication and 29 days standby as Xolo.
At the rear, the Xolo Black X1 features a 13 megapixel sensor with phase detection autofocus, LED flash, aperture f/2.0 lens 5 elements, while a 5-megapixel webcam with LED flash takes place at the front of the phone. Connectivity side, the smartphone has everything you need since it offers dual SIM support, 4G, and Bluetooth 4.0. The all running Android 5.1 Lollipop.
The Xolo Black X1 is designed for the Indian market where it will be marketed at 9999 rupees (about 140 euros) from the November 6, as reported on the website Tech Gadgetsz. A very good deal, given its specifications. To get it in Europe, you will have to go through an import shop if you are interested.