Salora Arya A1 Plus

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Price: ₹ 5,499

Key Specs

    1.3 GHz quad core CPU, Mali 400MP2 GPU, Android 4.4 KitKat, dual 3G SIM, 5 MP rear and 2MP front camera, 1 GB RAM, 8 GB internal storage, expandable up to 32 GB via microSD, 2000 mAh battery

Pros: Build quality, display, battery, camera features

Cons: Speaker distorts at its maximum volume

Bottomline: The Arya A1 Plus has a bright display, good battery life and a decent camera. It is a viable choice for consumers looking for low-budget smartphones.

The 4.5-inch pocketable smartphone with bright & color-rich display comes with dual 3G+3G SIM connectivity — Ashok Pandey

Salora’s low-budget smartphone Arya A1 Plus looks pretty in hands and comes with dual 3G SIM support. The smartphone comes with 4.5 inch qHD IPS OGS (One glass solution) screen with 960×540 resolution that delivers awesome viewing experience from every angle. The color reproduction of the display is quite impressive, which doesn’t fade even in direct sunlight.

Arya A1 Plus boasts QuadCore 1.3 GHZ MTK 6582 CPU with MaLi-400MP GPU, 1 GB RAM and 8 GB ROM, expandable up to 32 GB. It runs over Android KitKat and the company promises for Android L update at a later date. Out of the 8GB space, the user gets 6 GB to download apps and store the contents as well. It also has OTG USB support that enables the user to host the device with other USB based devices such as USB storage etc. This 4.5-inch compact smartphone also has Smart Tap and Smart Gestures that allow easier and quicker operation. You can directly access various applications from the sleep screen. We played some heavy games and even worked with heavy apps, it worked well which is pretty surprising for us. The overall experience of the smartphone was amazing.

The Arya A1 Plus has a 5 MP rear (interpolated to 8MP) camera with LED flashlight. It can record HD video and click quality images in daylight. There was a little noise in low-light images, yet the quality is decent enough. The front 2 MP camera (interpolated to 5MP) is decent to click selfies and videos chats. It also has voice capture technology that enables the user to click a photo by just saying ‘cheese’ or ‘capture’. The inbuilt speaker is average yet loud, but you will never notice any issue with calls. It has a 2000 mAh battery that keeps it running for 8 hours, and in our video test, it lasted for 4 hours 15 minutes.

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