Xolo has been known for making some not-so-plastic finish phones. These days almost every manufacturer is embracing the trend of designing selfie phones with metal, or glass, or faux-leather, or wooden-finish phones. Xolo Q1020 is one of them as it boasts wooden-finish sides along with a rubberized backpanel.
There are not too many phones in the price segment of Rs. 10-15k which come with good looks. Xolo Q1020 should be your preferred phone if you are more for the looks of the phone than anything else.
Bearing a price tag of Rs. 11,499 the Xolo Q1020 comes with a HotKnot transfer technology letting the devices exchange data when the screens are tapped together. The users can also customize gestures for launching their favorite apps.
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Like I’ve mentioned above, buy this phone only if you are interested in its looks. The Q1020 has all the features that you require in a modern Android smartphone, but it doesn’t have anything special.
Other good alternatives to Xolo Q1020 are Motorola Moto G (2014), Asus Zenfone 5, and Micromax Canvas Nitro.
What are your thoughts about this phone? Would you go for it just because it has good looks?