On paper the QMobile Noir Z7 is one of the best phones ever made - it barely measures 5.1mm thick, it weighs less than 100g, has a Super AMOLED display and is powered by an octa-core processor.
Too good to be believed? Well, credit where credit is due, the aluminum-magnesium alloy provides a premium feel and rigidity to the device, while Gorilla Glass 3 guards both the front and the back. It's a beautifully designed device too, minimalist but minimalism done right. And you can always impress people by letting them handle it, it takes a while to get used to how thin and light it is.
The noir z7 is so thin it nearly gave us paper cuts
The screen is 4.8" big with 720p resolution - that's 306ppi, basically what the Galaxy S III had. It's priced on par with the Moto G and the extra contrast and punchier colors tip the scales in QMobile Noir Z7's favor.
It has twice as many CPU cores to boot - part of a MediaTek chipset. The RAM is limited to 1GB, matching the Motorola, and the software is a step behind. It's customized Android 4.4 KitKat with no official plans to update yet. The software runs fluidly, though heavy multitasking is not in its wheelhouse.
Unlike some similarly priced Qmobiles (more on them in a minute), the Noir Z7 lacks LTE connectivity. The 2,100mAh battery is smaller than what some Android are packing, but it's more than an iPhone 6 has (actual battery life is another matter).
The camera on the back is good for 8MP stills and 1080p video, while the front one takes 5MP selfies. The storage is 16GB and there's no card slot so that's all you're getting. That was one iPhone "feature" we wish the QMobile did not have.
QMobile Noir Z7 | The sexiest and slimmest phone in the world |
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