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Coolpad Cool 1 Smartphone Review


Coolpad Cool 1 Smartphone Review: First of all thanks for landing this article, are you planning to purchase Coolpad Cool 1 smartphone. If yes then I must say you are on the right place. According to me this is one of the best smartphone available in the market under 11k rupee. So here are things which I like, dislike and worth to mention about Coolpad Cool 1 Smartphone.


Technical Details:

Item Weight172 g
Product Dimensions15.2 x 0.8 x 7.5 cm
Item model numberC103
Wireless communication technologiesBluetooth, WiFi Hotspot
Connectivity technologiesGSM, (B2/B3/B5/B8), WCDMA, (B1/B8), 4G LTE, FDD, (B1/B3/B5), TD, B40
Special featuresDual SIM, GPS, Music Player, Video Player, FM Radio, Infrared controller, Gyroscope, Fingerprint sensor, Accelerometer, Proximity sensor, Light sensor, E-mail
Other camera features8MP
Form factorTouchscreen Phone
Weight170 Grams
Battery Power Rating4000
Phone Talk Time28 Hours
Phone Standby Time (with data)450 Hours
Whats in the boxHandset, Travel Charger, USB Cable, Battery (Built-in), Protective Film, Quick Start Guide, Warranty Card and Ejection Pin


Coolpad Cool 1 Smartphone Review


Display:Decent display following pleasant viewing angles and pleasing colors. Lenovo K3 Note offers greater than before contrast even though. Sunlight legibility is average. Adaptive brightness is currently glitchy and makes screen either too dim or too be throb (K3 Note had the united matter which was hypersensitivity in Marshmallow remodel)



In The Box:

3.USB Cable
4.Protective Film
5.Quick Start Guide
6.Warranty Card
7.Ejection Pin


Looks wise its incredible. Looks later a high fade away smartphone.
Superb surface finish Powerful Snapdragon 652 delivers outstanding produce an effect. Any tall subside games or apps runs without any lag. UI is after that beautiful sudden. If it comes to the BEST SMARTPHONE knocked out Rs.11000, your mind would go for Redmi Note 4. But, Coolpad Cool 1 is THE BEST SMARTPHONE below Rs.11,000. Yes, it is!


Camera:I pretend without help occasional photography and its camera suffices for that. Auto-focus is much faster and accurate than K3 Note. Colors are OK (slightly cooler than K3 Note). However, the Dual branding highlights the dual camera as selling reduction, which is hard to swallow. Dual-heavens flash definitely helps retain white credit to more natural levels. Front camera clicks satisfying selfies. The SLR (bokeh effect) mode produces focus-variable shots which see sociable on promo shoots (moreover than they always take produce a result) but arent a propos as neat in plan of fact.


Performance: The prime reason behind many (including me) purchasing this phone was the mighty S652 with 4 gigs of RAM. And it definitely lives on that promise. App launches, switches, swipes etc are a breeze and RAM management is also good (nothing less was expected with 4 GB). Normally 1.5 GB RAM remains free. YouTube speed test videos portray Redmi Note 4 (S625) to be leading it on these aspects; nevertheless, the performance of older (but beefier) S652 is ample for daily-usage.


Software: I never use the stock launchers, so can’t comment on eUI launcher. The amalgamation of recent apps with quick toggles is a novelty and a matter of taste. I’d personally prefer the typical Android 3D-rolodex switcher (though hardware button for toggles is nice). There aren’t many gestures and additional quirks incorporated in the UI, but on the upside bloatware is minimal. Even with fingerprint scanner, they should include ‘double-tap the screen to wake’ (K3 Note has it, though no fingerprint sensor). I haven’t delved too-much into settings, but I think features like ‘Parallel-Space’ are missing as well.


Battery Life: I found battery life to be excellent on single-SIM (with WiFi) and still very good on dual-SIM (with LTE). While the charger isn’t a fast one, a great battery life limits the need to charge often. Better still, the charging time is not very long (2 hours max, 1.5 hours from 30% to 100%)

  • PRIMARY CAMERA : 10/10


Screen: This headset comes with a 5.5 inch FULL HD IPS display with 403 pixels per inch which is MORE THAN SUFFICIENT for GAMING AND DAILY USAGE and the screen DOES NOT feel PIXELATED or LESS CRISPY at all. If you are into VIRTUAL REALITY, you will have an AVERAGE EXPERIENCE as you too might be knowing that FULL HD SCREEN(of any mobile phone) will not be crystal clear and sharp whatever the price range of the smartphone be.



  • It has good battery bake up.
  • Its good for multitasking.
  • Both sim support 4g volte.
  • Best part is the camera.


  • The phone heats up a lot while gaming.
  • NO expandable memory card slot.

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