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Qiku Q Terra Launched in India Priced at Rs 19,999, Features 13-Megapixel Dual Primary Camera Setup and a 6-inch FHD Display

The smartphone market has been bustling with lot of activities lately, new smartphones that claim to outperform the current ones crop up literally every day. Amid all this Hoopla Qiku is a smartphone company incepted by the brains behind the Chinese security firm 360 and Coolpad, yet another well-known name in the Chinese smartphone market. Qiku has today launched Q Terra in India priced at Rs 19,999 and it does come with a few game changing features.


The Phone is powered by a 360 overlay on top of Android Lollipop and it comes with a fresh UI. The UI layout looks to be pretty neat and high on utility, unlike other typical overlays Qiku has taken care not to litter the UI with unnecessary apps.

The display shapes up as a mammoth 6-inch display and the metal body shroud around it. The Qiku Q Terra looks elegant and the metal body renders it the much needed oomph factor. The best part of Qiku Q Terra is the dual 13-Megapixel primary camera setup, similar to the dual camera setup earlier employed by HTC. Just to keep up with the trend and support the new payment systems Q Terra also bears a Fingerprint scanner at the back.


Under the hood lies a Snapdragon 808 hexa-core processor coupled wuth 3GB of RAM, the graphic part of the phone is however taken care of by the Adreno 418 GPU. On the storage front the Q Terra offers 16GB of internal storage along with a microSD card slot.

The smartphone is backed by a 3,700mAh battery and it will offer the standard connectivity features inclusive of 4G LTE, Bluetooth, GPS and Wi-Fi. Qiku just like OnePlus wants to take the invite route. Q Terra will be available from 5 of December priced at Rs 19,999.

That being said the Q Terra will not be exclusively available on the invite system, if you want to buy the phone without an invite you can very well do so albeit a sticker price of Rs 21,999. Surprisingly, the Q Terra is only available from Gadget 360 and this might dampen the buying experience. This comes while Amazon and Flipkart want to call dibs on the Lumia 950 and the Yuthopia might have very well put off Qiku Q Terra. If you are still not able to make up your mind on buying the Q Terra you can very well check out our initial impressions here.


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