|Release date||Feb 28, 2015|
|Selfie Cam Resolution||0.3-megapixel|
|Display size||4 inches|
|Display dots per inch||233.24 DPI|
|Display Resolution||800 x 480 px|
|Display's superficy||7.07 square inches|
|Display's superficy (metric)||179.58 square mm|
|Display total pixels||384000|
|Operating System||Windows 8.1|
|Processor||Qualcomm Snapdragon 200|
|Thickness (metric)||10.5 mm|
|Width (metric)||64 mm|
|Height (metric)||126 mm|
|SIM card type||Dual|
|Expansion Limit||Up to 32GB|
|mAh per mm thick||186 mAh/mm of thickness|
|mAh per display square in.||276mAh/sqrin.|
|Music / Multimedia|
|Media Player||Audio/Video Player|
Though meeting users with the Windows 8.1 ecosystem, QMobile's W1 suffers from a bevy of low-end specifications, which includes a 4-inch 480p screen, a 4GB extendable memory, and a 1950mAh battery. It also has a so-so (for entry-level phones) 5-megapixel camera and a 1.2GHz quad-core Snapdragon 200 CPU assisted by a distasteful 512MB RAM. Like many other low-end 2015 models, the W1 only works with 3G networks, but does have two SIM card slots in tow.
Also known as QMobile W-1.
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