Festive season has just arrived with Dussehra and festivity is infused in the air. Navratri celebrations are just over a couple of days back and the ambiance is still filled with religious glimpses and pious offerings. When everyone was busy in their Durga Pandal hopping, I didn’t want to lag behind either. The best thing about these celebrations is experiencing the grandeur and beauty of these pandals and yes, like every other shutterbug, I too wished to capture the splendor. But who wants to carry that huge, bulky camera to those crowded places. All I did is that I played super cool with my newest Coolpad device ‘Coolpad Note 5’.
Coolpad Note 5, the beast is recently launched in India on [highlight]30th Sept 2016[/highlight]. It’s a made-in-India phone, keeping in mind the requirement and convenience of Indian consumer. As called the beast, it best suits to our needs when it comes to carrying a phone to crowded places with low-light conditions for the purpose of clicking pictures without having any glitches and mess.
Pandal hopping during Durga Puja is indeed a daunting task. If you want to capture the ambiance, you really need a good rear camera which can click its best despite all the hassle-tassel, uncontrollable crowd and varying lights (sometimes extremely dimmed to maintain the auspicious mood of the Puja). My latest possession ‘Coolpad Note 5’ gave me quite satisfying results, thanks to its 13 MP rear end camera and 8 MP front camera.
Camera of Coolpad Note 5— the best feature of the beast
Coolpad Note 5 possesses a 13 MP rear and an 8 MP front camera which supports all modes of photography I need for outdoor shooting. It made my pandal photography pleasurable even in the lowest light condition because of an amazing LED flash light at the back. This gives fabulous results as you are not at all dependant on other lighting mediums or sources. Coolpad Note 5 is lighting-independent unlike other camera phones. Even an additional flash at the front makes your selfie-clicking quite happening.
The phone comes with a 4 GB RAM and a 32 GB internal memory (expandable up to 64 GB) which gives you a leeway to click without thinking of the storage. You are no way restricted when it comes numerous pictures and videos. ‘Coolpad Note 5’ possesses a walloping 5.5” full HD display with a resolution of 1920 * 1080 pixels and a pixel density of 401 ppi, which makes your phone give serious complex to all those shutterbugs and their gizmos.
Another promising feature of Coolpad Note 5 is its battery that is 4010 mAh. It surely adds to its functionality as it gives you a decent battery backup of more than 18 hours for sure. At least it supported me whole night long during my Durga padal hopping as I continuously was either taking calls or clicking.
I have captured many cool clicks with Coolpad Note 5. Do have a look! Happy festivals Symphonites! 🙂 Find more info about the device here!
And here’s my pandal selfie with Coolpad Note 5