Dual core affordable phablet
Lava Xolo A800 sports a 5 inch capacitive touchscreen with a resolution of 960 x 540 pixel running Android 4.0 ICS and powered by 1GHz dual core processor with 512MB RAM. It has an inbuilt storage of 4GB which is expandable upto 32GB via SD card.
The specifications of Lava Xolo A800 may provide a run to high end devices making it one of the least expensive phablet. If you want to experience the power of dual core processor which ensures a faster performance and higher productivity along with 3G connectivity, go for this.
Overall User Rating (3.9 Out of 5 based on 122 ratings)
Overall: As a personal policy I don't spend more than Rs 10,000 on a mobile. So when I thought of changing my Nokia 5230, I started looking for a decent Android phone. Almost bought MMX A110 but backed-off bec of large screen size. Then I narrowed down onto XOLO A700. I wanted to experience the phone before buying it, so went to a local seller. There I saw both A700 & A800 and got 15-20 mins on each mobile. Also after purchasing I got to compare it with my brothers SGS2. So here it is what u get for the price:n1. Build (7/10): Plastic doesn't look cheap at all though build is not very solid. white color looks beautiful. Don't like the thick bezel at bottom but can live with it. Back is beautiful matt finish. Sometimes it feels as if the mobile will slip out of your hands when taking out of the pocketn2. Display (9/10): the display just rocks. fell in love with it. can compete with maybe SGS3. Legibility is good even in sunlight. n3. Storage (7/10): comes with a 8 GB SD card apart from the standard. I swapped it with a 32 GB card by paying Rs 1000 extran4. Android version (10/10): this I give 10 bec it is upgradable to JELLY BEEEAN (so it says on the box). even the shopkeeper was unaware of itn5. Camera (8/10): takes pretty sharp pics. much better than A700 (lots of grains). pics are sharper than even SGS2 when I saw on full zoom (much less grains and noise than SGS2). however, the pics are less bright so I give only 8/10. but I use a third party app (pixlr express) to make the appear brighter. Also pics are a bit over-saturated but acceptable. Records 1280 X 720 videos (720p)n6. Video playback (7/10): plays 720p videos very well but doesnt support full HD.n7. Sound quality (7/10): pretty clear sound during calls though spkr during calls not good. sound during video playback loud and clear.n8. Dual SIM (8/10): is dual standby. but both sim slots support 3G. sim 1 supports WCDMA also ( though I have not tried it)n9. benchmarks are same as A700 and can be seen on youtube video recently uploaded by someone. no lag felt during day-to-day use. Little lag I found was almost similar to SGS2. may become a bit laggy when lots of apps running in background. much less laggy than LG optimus 5n10. Games: temple run plays very well. others not tried yet.n11. Battery (8/10): lasts decent amount of time. after using it for a whole day during which talktime ( around 1 hr 30 min), wifi with surfing and downloads (1 hr 30 min), fiddling a lot with the settings (as it was first day), 20 % juice still remaining at the end of the daynOverall: just go for it. anyday better than A700 even for the extra money. thoroughly satisfied. nhope this review is useful. its my first review of any mobile but thought might as well do it since no detailed review was available for A800.