Qmobile Noir A12 Video Review
Introduction and Benchmarks
Skype, Media , internet
Asalaamu-Alaikum everyone….The wait’s over we have the hands on video review of the Qmobile Noir A12 for you…..
As you probably have gone through the basics of the Qmobile Noir A12, we’ll skip to the good parts
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Some things which we found really cool were the A12’s rotating menu buttons it’s a nifty little trick that the Noir A12 has up its sleeve….the AMOLED screen is a beauty in itself as was expected since it displays darker blacks and has a higher contrast ratio as compared to other display tech in the Qmobile lineup, plus the AMOLED display improves battery timing as well.
One thing to note here is that the Android version which is running on the A12 is ICS, ICS comparatively uses up less RAM as compared to Jellybean.
As you can check out the benchmark reports of the Attutu and Quandrant software you will see that the results are quite impressive….. However during the video review you’ll see that there is a difference, the difference can be the result of several factors such as background processes that are running and especially if you have the wifi connected certain apps will access the net, since they use up the RAM and processing power hence the drop in the benchmarks.
With respect to gaming and video play the Qmobile Noir A12 is great for low to moderate gaming, heavy games although are supported but might lag a bit and stall as well. In the game Real Racing As was with the case of out of sync background music which we faced with the Gfive G95 Bravo this phone suffered the same, but remarkably the Huawei G510 played out the tune perfectly, guess it might have to do with its DTS functionality. Given its dual core processor and its gpu the A12 is easily capable of playing HD vids, as we saw in the video.
The camera and video functionality of the Qmobile Noir A12 was pretty good for a more detailed post and relevant pictures:
As seen in the video the Qmobile Noir A12 easily handles all types of internet communication, the skype test turned out pretty good. Although it’s built in browser did not have flash support it does not mean it cannot play the flash videos and games, a supporting app will allow it to do that.
Qmobile has provided some cool supporting apps for its flagship phone the A12, it has a RAM optimization software and a customized ant-virus app.
All in all the Qmobile Noir A12 is an excellent phone although the price is relatively higher than the other Noir smartphones but that can be expected and understood due to its AMOLED screen and its hardware specs.
Hands On & Video: Usman Malik
Content & Delivery: Faisal Jaswal
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