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Thread: New Salora’s POWERMaxx Z1 Android smartphone out for Rs.15,999

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    New Salora’s POWERMaxx Z1 Android smartphone out for Rs.15,999

    If you had missed the news then here is update on a new mobile phone which is released recently. It is by some new brand Salora. The model name of this new android device is PowerMaxx and it comes for Rs.16,000. The benefit of having this device is that at a low price range it is giving you Cortex-A9 1Ghz Dual Core CPU. It has the latest android operating system and the screen size of this mobile device is 4.5inch. It is a HD display. The internal memory is just 512mb but still it works really well due to a good processor. Have a look at the same:


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    Re: New Salora’s POWERMaxx Z1 Android smartphone out for Rs.15,999

    What is so great about this device? Though it has a good processor but lacks good memory also and what about the graphic card. I think compare to that Micromax Canvas HD is far better because it has more powerful hardware and a better camera also. I do not find anything great in PowerMaxx while ICS is getting common in ample of mobile devices which are released recently in the market.

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    Re: New Salora’s POWERMaxx Z1 Android smartphone out for Rs.15,999

    I am here not happy with the price range of this mobile device. I found it costly. The only benefit of having this mobile is that it gives you a dual sim benefit. Which is GSM as well as WCDMA. So there are two different options available for the sim slots. But still the mobile is a bit costly.

    I had seen the mobile output on a YouTube video that shows it is a decent device. But I will also stick with Canvas HD.

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    Re: New Salora’s POWERMaxx Z1 Android smartphone out for Rs.15,999

    If you just go on flipkart and search for mobile devices which comes in the price range of Rs.10,000 to Rs.18,000 you find ample of model based on similar configuration. And the lowest one which is HTC Desire C that comes with Android 4.0 OS and 5MP camera has price of Rs.10,090/- which is really not bad. And if you are looking for more style then Sony Xperia Neo L is available for Rs.13,4900/-. Compare to PowerMaxx they all have 5MP camera instead of 8MP. And one of them give you Cortex CPU, but performance lies near to PowerMaxx.

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