|Specification||Qmobile Noir A60||Qmobile Noir A500|
|OS||Android 4.1jellybean||Android 4.2jellybean|
|DISPLAY||4.5” F WVGA LCD||4.5” F WVGA LCD|
|PROCESSOR||1GHz Dual-core MTK 6577 Chipset||1.2GHz Quad-core Cortex A7|
|SD CARD SLOT||Yes support up to 32 GB||Yes support up to 32 GB|
|CAMERA||5 megapixel rear / front VGA||5 megapixel rear / front VGA|
|BATTERY||1800 mAh||1800 mAh|
|PRICE IN RS||14000||16000|
Above is the basic comparison between Qmobile Noir A60 & Noir A500.The only major difference between these two phones is the processor Noir A500 has Quad-core 1.2 GHZ Cortex A7 processor, while Noir A60 has a dual-core 1GHz MTK processor, So Noir A500 is more better with Quad-core processor rather than Noir A60.
The ARM Cortex™-A7 MPCore™ processor is the most efficient application processor ARM has ever developed and dramatically extends ARM’s low-power leadership in future entry level smart phones, tablets and other advanced mobile devices.The architecture and feature set of the Cortex-A7 processor are identical to the Cortex-A15 processor, with differences in the Cortex-A7 processor’s microarchitecture focused on providing optimum energy efficiency, enabling the two processors to operate in tandem in abig.LITTLE configuration to provide the ultimate combination of high-performance with ultra-low power consumption.As a standalone processor, the Cortex-A7 will enable entry level smartphones at below $100 price point in the 2013-2014 timeframe that are equivalent to a $500 high-end smartphone in 2010. These entry-level smartphones will redefine connectivity and internet usage in the developing world.