CoolPad Note 3 Lite Review VS coolPad Note 3

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Coolpad, a high-tech company that is still taking baby steps in India, announced last year that it would soon launch its first "Made in India" handset. As promised at the time of the announcement of Coolpad Note 3, the company on Friday introduced a variant called the Coolpad Note 3 Lite, which is manufactured in India in partnership with Videocon. Chinese society continues its partnership with Amazon for the exclusive sale of the unit. Priced at Rs. 6,999, Note 3 Lite will be available through flash sales sessions starting on 28 January.The Coolpad Note 3 Lite is a budget smartphone, but still packs a number of features and characteristics that customers are looking for mid-range handsets. Although on paper it is not as powerful as his older brother, he did leave us with some generally positive first impressions. It is also one of the cheapest smartphones in India with a fingerprint sensor.

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The design of the Coolpad Note 3 Lite is not revolutionary and we have already seen similar things in many other budget smartphones. He is white, polycarbonate body with a golden rim running around the edges. 140.8 × 70.4 × 8.9mm measurement, the unit's power and volume buttons are easy to reach with one hand. The entry is also easy on the Coolpad Note 3 Lite Google stock keyboard. Although white the back cover is removable, you can not remove the battery. The grip is good, not only because of this compact phone size, but also because of the texture of the shell. The smartphone has two Micro-SIM slots and supports dual standby and 4G LTE (Indian bands) on both. One speaker is placed down the back, and the fingerprint sensor just below the rear camera.


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The Coolpad Note 3 Lite has a 5-inch IPS HD screen (720 × 1280 pixels). The screen is bright, with a 293ppi pixel density and claimed viewing angles of 178 degrees, but is barely visible under direct sunlight. Although the text and images are not as sharp as seen on phones with HD screens, which seems like a bargain given the price.As far as performance, the Note 3 Lite works well. In our limited time with the smartphone, we tried several applications and websites, and encountered no lag. Switching between applications was also stutter-free. The device includes a quad-core 64-bit MediaTek MT6735 processor clocked at 1.3 GHz, integrated Mali T-720 GPU, clubbed with 3 GB of RAM LPDDR3. Cool Coolpad is the INTERFACE 6.0 user overlay software is based on Android 5.1 Lollipop and is quite simple. The company is already working on an update based on Android 6.0 Marshmallow. We will launch the smartphone through our full testing process to see how it fares in different situations. Stay tuned for our full review of the Coolpad Note 3 Lite.


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The device has many functions in the camera department. The 13-megapixel rear camera has an f / 2.0 lens, it is fast to capture images even in low light. Although images shot under artificial light tend to have a jelly like effect when the zoom, this should not be much of a concern for very occasional users. In addition to the usual picture, and one of the video options, the Note 3 Lite also has a Pro mode that gives users more control over the aperture, ISO levels, brightness and colors. To move to Pro Mode, the screen displays circular dials as we have already seen with Nokia smartphones. Image filters including Mono, Soft, quiet, Memory, and others are also included. You can even use the fingerprint sensor on the back like a shutter button, especially when taking selfie shots.Speaking of selfies, 5 megapixel front facing camera delivered decent results. While we found the front camera struggled a bit in low light, it ran without any problems in outdoor light environments.

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The Coolpad Note 3 Lite has 16 integrated storage go, from which users will be around 10.6 GB for applications and media. It will not be a problem as long as the smartphone also supports microSD cards up to 64 go. Bluetooth 4.0, Wi-Fi, Micro-USB (with OTG) connectivity are also featured.The fingerprint sensor on the rear panel does not let us down. Not only can it be used as a camera shutter button as mentioned above, but it can also be used to unlock various applications, which is good for privacy. Setting the fingerprint sensor was hassle free and the process took only a few simple steps. The Note 3 Lite also features a dual screen functionality, which until now we have generally seen that in the mid-range and high-end smartphones.The Coolpad Note 3 Lite runs on a 2500mAh non-removable battery, with a capacity to deliver up to 10 hours of talk time and up to 200 hours of standby time. However, we can not confirm that before testing the smartphone thoroughly for our full review.



The latest smartphone Coolpad seems that we will win the hearts based on the specifications and features it offers for the well under Rs. 10 000. We faced no problems during use. The Note 3 Lite is likely to match competition from Lenovo Vibe P1m, Intex Cloud Swift, and Lenovo A6000, along with more of Xiaomi redmi 2 Premier. Coolpad seems to make a strong play for the market of budget smartphones, which allow the company to stay on track after selling 20 million units in Q1-Q3 of last year. Stay tuned for our full review.

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Thanks for providing the review for Coolpad note 3. Now it is easy to buy phone at less price by comparing the price of the Coolpad mobile phones on price comparison sites.

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