QMobile, the Pakistani smartphone brand has made its place in the handset industry of the country y providing a large variety of mobile phone in the market with an affordable price tag.
One of such smartphones is QMobile J7 Pro. Does the name sound familiar to you too? It is because of Samsung already has a J7 series for its consumers, we’ll talk more about it later.
The QMobile J7 Pro as we have discussed previously is the company’s mid-range smartphone with 5.5 inch HD IPS display with Quad-core MediaTek-MT6737T processor along with a 3GB RAM and a 32GB inbuilt internal storage expandable to 128GB by an SD card.
The smartphone operates on an older version of Android OS 6.0 Marshmallow, has 13MP rear camera and an 8MP selfie shooter coupled with 3,150 mAh battery with the small price tag of Rs. 17,999.
The specifications follow the tradition of the Pakistani brand which promises more features without being a burden on the pocket but sometimes you can leave it to QMobile to confuse the hell out of the customers like naming its phone exactly the same as the mid-range Samsung J7 Pro.
Just to be clear, it is not a crime to use the same handset’s name but still, companies refrain from such practices on moral grounds and also to keep their brands away from the shadows of any other mobile phones.
This isn’t the first time we have seen QMobile embracing the name of any other company’s phone as before the launch of Nokia 3310 in Pakistan, it introduced Q3310 for the people.Was it a coincidence or the company was banking on the nostalgia of the name, no one can tell.