Xolo Q3000 vs Intex Aqua octa

January 13th, 2014 by freshersbeat Leave a reply »

One is a quad core handset while the other is a octa core one but the differences does not end here. Read on to know more

Xolo-Q3000-vs-Aqua-Octa

Both Xolo Q3000 and Intex Aqua Octa were launched in December and are available now for around Rs 20,000. While Intex Aqua Octa has the distinction of being the first octa core processor based handset from an Indian company, the Q3000 is Xolo’s biggest ( in terms of screen size) smartphone till date and has awesome features.

Xolo Q3000 vs Intex Aqua octa

Since both are priced alike, we thought it apt to analyse them on the basis of their features so as to give you some idea as which one is better.

Design:

Both the handsets have huge dsplays. The Intex Aqua Octa comes with a 6 inch display while the Xolo Q3000 has a 5.7 inch touchscreen. Ironically, despite having a smaller display, the Xolo Q3000 is much bigger, wider, and even thicker than the Intex Aqua Octa. To be specific, the Intex Aqua Octa measures 161.06×80.86x7mm (Height, width, thickness) against 164.8 x 81.6 x 8.9 mm of Q3000.

Xolo Q3000 vs Intex Aqua octa

There is no information about Xolo Q3000′s weight as of now but considering its bigger size than the Intex Aqua Octa, I expect it to be heavier than the later which weighs 180 grams, probably around 190 grams.

But before you jump to conclusion here is a fact: the Q3000 has a 4000 mAh battery almost close to double than that of Aqua Octa’s 2300 mAh battery.

Display:

The Xolo Q3000 has a 5.7 inch display with 1920×1080 pixels (full HD) resolution. This means it has huge 386 ppi pixel density. There is not much known about this IPS display.

Xolo Q3000 vs Intex Aqua octa

On the other hand, the Intex Aqua Octa has a bigger 6 inch display but with 1280×720 pixels (high definition) resolution which means that it has only 244 ppi pixel density.

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