heat up a bit at times. But overall, the experience is much better than what you would expect at this price point.
Memory: The Xolo Q1010i has more internal storage than its predecessor. So you will have around 6GB at your disposal out of the 8GB. This also means that you can put off buying an SD card for a few months.
Connectivity: Network reception and call quality was good.
Software: The phone runs the Android 4.2 Jelly Bean and will be support Android Kitkat when the time comes. The phone supports on the go (OTG) and I would advise you to but one of the those new USB ports that you can plug into the micro-HDMI instead of an SD card. The phone hardly has any bloatware and that is a good thing.
Camera: The biggest upgrade in this phone has to be its 8MP camera with its Sony exmor sensor. Sony has been really working on the camera capabilities of its phones and that shows when you use the Q1010i. This camera is fast and responsive. You donít have to wait for it to click a picture. The results are really impressive when you are shooting outdoors. Indoors, there is a little lack of clarity, however it is still much better than the other phones in this range thanks to its f/2.0 aperture. The camera app also give a lot of features which are not that common in other Android phones. You can really play around with the pictures styles as well as more detailed stuff like ISO and saturation. Yes, the camera is the best feature of this phone.
Battery: The battery life is good and can last a full day if you donít push the screen brightness to maximum.
Verdict: If you are looking for a good medium range Android, the Xolo Q1010i seems like a good option. Buy this if you like to play with the camera and flaunt a stylish looking device. Yes, there is competition from the Moto G at this price point, but the street price of the Xolo Q1010i might help you make a decision in its favour.