Colors Nepal has launched its brand new budget smartphone named Xfactor E10 under the elite series. The design of the phone is actually praise worthy. Every aspect of the phone including internal specs and price is just right. There is a new gesture feature and it makes the phone easy and fun to use. Colors Xfactor Elite E10 is a dual SIM and it also supports 3G.
The price of Colors Xfactor E10 in Nepal is Rs 12,915. Company is also giving a free new see-through leather case which will display an Analog clock on standby and show digital clock if the screen is swiped toward left. We shall review and discuss the properties of the phone so that you can easily decide. Xfactor Trend T-50 is another new and cheaper handset in the market with similar features but few cuts. Let us start from the internal specs like processor, storage then we will talk about interface and features.
Xfactor Elite E10 Specifications, Hardware
The specs of this new phone are as follows.
|Processor||1.3 GHz Quad core|
|Memory (RAM)||2 GB|
|Internal Storage||16 GB|
|Screen||5.1″ HD Resolution|
|Camera||8 MP Rear and 2 MP Front|
These details may not be to your expectation. But it is very good for the present market and it seems they are doing it right with the latest OS and other features. Even though it is a budget phone, there is 720p screen and latest software. Colors targets Nepali market specifically. Therefore they make products fit for local budget and need. Most of their phones are bar phones and entry-level smartphones. They also make other consumer electronics products.
Initial Review and Impression
Actually, the most pleasing thing about the phone is the design and size. 5” screen size is perfect. Also, the IPS display with the 1280X720p resolution is really great. The pairing of 2 GB RAM and 1.3 GHz Quad Core processor provide adequate power for mediocre performance. While the biggest mobile manufacturers are missing the expandable storage option, this mobile is providing support up to 32 GB of external SD card. There is also stock Android 5.1.1 so there is better software experience.
The front camera is a 2 MP shooter and the back is 8 MP one. The back camera can record 1080p videos easily. Cameras on this Elite phone can satisfy normal photo needs. Full HD recording is a really good feature. It has more pixels than HD resolution and it is also becoming standard in smartphones.
There is a 2100 mAh battery inside. It will support the device up to 9 hrs talk time or 5 hrs music playback. The dual SIM card feature is available in almost every phone these days. This feature also adds a plus point to the device. For network reception, both 2G and 3G is supported by both SIM cards.
At the price of Rs 12,915 ($120), most budget smartphones don’t provide 2 GB RAM. Therefore it has a huge benefit here. Anyway many of the phones from other companies of the same price range are providing similar processor and nearly equivalent camera. Colors have an edge due to higher memory capacity. They also have a good screen, to be honest.
Related: Colors Mobile Price in Nepal
The 720p IPS display is a really good thing to have in the budget segment. Another best thing is stock Android Lollipop OS. Good and pure software experience with less bloatware is always a good thing. The only weaker point of the phone is a 2100 mAh. Assessing everything we can say that this is actually a pretty good smartphone. If you planning to buy a good phone at this price point, it can be a very good option.