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iBall Cobalt Solus 4G priced at Rs 11,999: Check out top 5 features

Sat October 31 2015, 9:03 am
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    The iBall Cobalt Solus 4G priced at Rs 11,999 was launched by the Mumbai headquartered Best IT World recently - this was its first 4G enabled handset. The smartphone offers a simple design, light weight, decent camera and specs. But will that be enough for users? Check out the iBall Cobalt Solus features in 5 easy-read points:

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    1. The first thing you notice about the iBall Cobalt Solus 4G is its simple design and light weight. The front is dominated by 5-inch screen with IPS HD lamination display with a screen resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels and 294 ppi. The display quality has been fairly satisfactory and it is at par with other Android devices in this price range. You can read in direct sunlight and also Android Lollipop’s adaptive display works fine indoors. Front is also home to a 3.5 mm headset jack and front camera on the top while there are three capacitive touch keys at the bottom.

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    2. The detachable rear panel on the iBall Cobalt Solus 4G is home to Cobalt branding in the centre, along with rear camera and LED flash at the top and a speaker grille at the edge on the bottom. The power and volume rocker keys are placed at the right edge while left is completely free from any distraction.

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    3. The iBall Cobalt Solus 4G runs on Android 5.1 Lollipop and its entrails are powered by 1 GHz quad-core 64 bit processor and Mali graphic core coupled with 2 GB RAM. The phone has 16 GB of internal memory for storage of which about 11 GB is available for general use.

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    4. On the camera front, iBall Cobalt Solus 4G comes with a 13-megapixel auto focus LED flash rear camera and a 8-megapixel front camera with flash and BSI sensor.

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    5. iBall Cobalt Solus 4G is packed with a replaceable 2,000mAh battery. As far as performance is concerned, the battery is at par with any other Android device in this price range. It has decent standby time and could last between 5-7 hours with multitasking and continuous data usage. while multitasking or switching between apps, there was no serious lag to write about. In fact, the device handled some of the graphic-intensive games quite smoothly. Both the cameras are decent and take pictures with good quality and fine details in regular light - if you are selfie-freak, this could be your phone.

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