A couple of days back, Qaumi launched their flagship Meedan series in the global market. Along with that, they also introduce a new Mid Ranger.
They’re showing me meat and light. So what makes the meat and light so special? Now, this happens to be the first 5G enabled midrange that’s available outside of China. So in today’s article, let’s take a quick look at this new entrant from Show Me.
And see what is it that they have to offer. Hey, guys, ASHO from Z4, IDAG.
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Let’s now get this video started. The meet and light veers away from the traditional vertical camera designed that Show Me has long been using. Instead, we now have a rectangular camera cut out, similar to what we’ve been seeing with the Samsung Galaxy S2 mini series.
And inside that, we have four cameras. The primary is a 48 megapixel sensor.
And there is not much information about the rest of the three cameras. But going by the setup on the mean, then I’m guessing that we are gonna have an ultra wide dedicated macro camera as well as a depth sensor.
As for the rest of the build from the images, it looks like we have a gradient pattern on the back. We don’t have confirmation on the big yet, but again, going by the Meenan light, how it’s ported the same premium glass build as the other flagships as the Adamu nine series.
I’m going to go out on a limb and state that we’re going to have the same Corning or the Glass five to the friend as well as the back and talking about the front.
Here we have a six point five seven inch display. So, yes. Show me. Have kind of moved away from the favorite six point six seven. And here this comes with a tiny, dewdrop notch up top. And this is holding a 16 megapixel selfie camera.
The display is an absolute panel that a solution for the steep loss. And since it’s one that we can expect, deep blocks, munshi colors, you know how it is, Bowring.
All those pixels we have the Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 760 factory. This is a seven nanometer optical chip that comes with a single Treo 475 Grandcourt.
That’s clock higher at two point four gigahertz. Then we have one local outré radio 475 Goldkorn.
And the rest are Darío 475 silver cores that lock in at one point sixty goods. We’ve seen this process in a couple of phones before, including subbrand Redon, his very own Keithley 5G as seen on that form.
When combined with me, you a11 the user experience here. I expect it to be good even when it comes to gaming.
The Adreno is expanding GPO in here. It was powerful enough on the key 35 G to handle everything that we threw at it. So I don’t expect that to change with a median light.
Well, show me have confirmed 64 and 128 gig storage options. We don’t have much information on the RAM variance, but expect four and six gig RAM options. Micro SD should be available to the median light comes with a fairly sizable 41 116 in the Anbar battery.
That combined with the seven nanometer Soucy and Mü Eleven should make for pretty decent battery life.
We also have support for 20 watt fast charging here and despite stuffing enough 4000 plus Malee Empire Unit Show Me has managed to keep the weight under 200 grams. So kudos to them so well. That’s about everything we know about them. Heat and light right now.
The reason why I’m pretty excited about this or why I think this is something worth noting is of all the 5G devices that we’ve seen till now.
Most of them have been flagships. Yes, there have been the occasional metering, just like the real me x 55 G and Greg Miski, 35 G. But these phones to love, they’ve been China only Chami, though they’ve changed all that with their new announcement.
The median light is a five g capable mid reinjure aimed at the European markets, and it costs three nine euros or about thirty thousand rupees. For comparison, the other 5G enabled 760 5G phone that’s available in Europe.
That’s the Nokia eight point three that costs about 600 euros 50000 rupees.
So in contrast, the Qaumi meet and sounds like a good deal to love. Every budget phone that show me has introduced globally that’s also come to India in some form or the other.
So I guess by that logic, we should expect them heat and light to come to India ensures pretty soon, at least after the lockdown and everything. Once things settle up and generally the Indian pricing is much lower than European pricing.
Now, that said, 5G services, they still have a long way to go in India before we can call them anywhere near useable. So maybe you might not really end up seeing the medium like you.
It’s all speculation at this point. So I want to know what you guys think. Would you be willing to pay extra for 5G? Would you rather rather buy a 760 5G bless 5G phone at, say, twenty five thousand rupees or a proper flagship? Would 4G something like. X2 grow.
Which one would you choose? Let me know in the comments below.
So I guess that’s pretty much it for this article.