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Price Range of Q- Mobile Smart Phones:

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QMobile price in Pakistan of smartphones as of the year 2018 has increased slightly overall. The price of QMobile mobiles in Pakistan ranges from a minimum of Rs5,749 to Rs27,000. Some of the smartphones prices have decreased whereas some phone’s prices have remained unchanged since their release. The above-listed price range is Q- Mobile’s updated price in Pakistan.

Reviews of QMobile in Pakistan:

According to “Global Stats- Stats Counter,” Q- Mobile mobiles in Pakistan have captured 7.47% of the market of mobile phones in Pakistan from May 2017 to May 2018 beating Nokia which has a market share of 5.05% and Oppo which has a share of 5.89%. Q- Mobile is a Pakistani brand and it was founded in 2009 with its headquarters in Karachi.

QMobile phones are similar to Huawei and are their up and coming competitors. Q- Mobile does not produce or assemble their phones in Pakistan however; the manufacturing is done in China. A big hit in the lower price range market of smartphones as they have closed the same specifications that the mid to low end Samsung smartphones, while they are now targeting the higher-tier market with their new phones.

Rigorous advertisement campaigns have helped a great deal to ensure an estimate of one million monthly sales. The ergonomics, the designs, and features of Q- Mobile smartphones are similar to that of Samsung and Huawei. The Q- Mobile reviews in Pakistan of Q- Mobile devices, in general, have been positive, posted by Pakistani users on the forum of “Hamariweb.com.”

Users have posted that they have found that Q- Mobile is the most reliable and economical option. The criticism of QMobile’s devices from the users is in the originality, because even though the design of QMobile’s smartphones is aesthetic and modern, but it is so much similar to Samsung’s designs that it begins to look unoriginal. There is also a lack of higher-end smartphone options which gives the impression to some users that it is going to negatively affect their social image.